Fun talk:Where will you go after you die

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The best options[edit]

Are either 'Universalism' or 'Good Deeds' (or 'Your faith + good deeds').

Surely for those 'believing in bad deeds' doing good things is bad, and doing the wrong thing is a good deed? Anna Livia (talk) 14:05, 29 November 2017 (UTC)

Very good question. I prefer to be reincarnated, by the way (and if the error of images too large to be uploaded is fixed, I may bring a version that includes Goatism, Klingons, Valhalla, or what happens to you in places as the (Forgotten) Realms) -not pretty in some cases-. Well thought, nonexistence is also good, the problem is the transition between life and death as Asimov put in. Panzerfaust (talk) 14:11, 29 November 2017 (UTC)
As a technical issue - the two yellow entries (American and Confucian) are difficult to read on some screens (and not all entries are visible on enlargement).
Reincarnation may be positive; and most people 'being occasionally slightly naughty/thinking bad things' (hoping the person who bumps into you gets the same done to them by two persons with large back packs and similar) could accept purgatory as a concept.
Whatever your belief system, choosing to do good things, enjoying the world as it is, and doing as little ill as you can (and merely thinking bad thoughts rather than carrying them through into action) is a good course of action. Anna Livia (talk) 17:18, 29 November 2017 (UTC)