I heard a hypothesis once that it could be, when you die, since your brain is shutting off and losing all notion of how to interpret the world, it sends your 'consciousness' (being loose with the definition here) into sort of an infinite loop in which you no longer perceive any passing of time. So what that idea is saying is that you may just find yourself in a permanent dreamlike state, independent of time, and hence which goes on forever from your point of view. So something like an afterlife, more relative to your decaying corpse's brain tissue sending out its very last signals, which you might perceive as an everlasting dream but which only takes a few seconds in real time.
But I don't think it's a very well-supported idea.
He's proven himself to be a much more trustworthy and less insane scholar than yourself. Odds are I"ll hope that both of you are wrong, anyways.Its not. Biblically that is way off. If you are interested, I can explain further. But, in general, what we do here, affects us up there.
Do you know how many pills they generally give you per Rx refill? I get a LOT of fucking pills per refill. Way more than 60. Try 180ish a bottle. And that's just ONE med. If she was supposed to take 2 a day and that was a month's worth, that's 60. I forget how much tegretol they had me on, prob 2 a day. And count how many Tylenol there are in a new bottle.
What happen to you that you puke everyday? Did you see something like bluewaffle but worse? If you never seen bluewaffle don't. I saw it on accident and almost lost my appetite for a weeklol, it's my vomit medicine. i guess i don't HAVE to take them everyday, but I like to not puke everyday. just so i don't end up having to be in the hospital on fluids.
He's proven himself to be a much more trustworthy and less insane scholar than yourself. Odds are I"ll hope that both of you are wrong, anyways.
Oh, my cousin made sure I saw that, don't worry. Just pregnant and I guess baby likes to make me puke.