If you had a choice where to go when you die where would it be?
I'm a Christian and I'm going to heaven.
I would want to go to Heaven.To be with God.
This reminds me of a story where a teacher was talking to a group of six year olds about whales. One young girl said "I know about whales, one swallowed Jonah. The teacher replied that's impossible and a myth. Although a whale is a large animal it's throat is too narrow to swallow a man. The girl said when I die and go to heaven I will ask Jonah himself. The teacher replied how do you know Jonah went to heaven, he may have gone to hell. The young child then replied, in that case you can ask him when you die.
I'm Willy and I'll be all the time in the cemetery.
Trying to imagine a corpse in the teacup ride at Disneyland. hmmm. Not going there for sure.
I heard a newly-wed couple talking. She said: "I nearly died and went to heaven". I didn't hear the whole conversation so I don't know what she meant.....
If you had a choice....
If? I thought your choices are what determined where you're going!
I'm agnostic and I haven't got the slightest idea. And that's a real thrill
I am Buddhist... I won't be, so I won't be anywhere, however, I believe my energy will be everywhere and nowhere at the same time.
La pregunta no es, '¿Dónde irá usted'? pero '¿Donde le hace QUIERE ir'. Querría ir a un lugar donde personas pueden mirar más allá 'lo que es' tan ellos pueden ver y poder llegar a ser el "potencial" dentro.
The question is not , 'where will you go?' but 'Where would you LIKE to go'. I would like to go to a place where people can look beyond 'what is' so they can see and become the 'potential' within.
I don't have to hope that I go a certain place when I die. I know for a fact that I will be in heaven with my Savior.
Well, one thing I'm sure of is that I'm not God.
Therefore, I choose to trust Him and what He says.
I take this seriously; after all, my eternity depends on it!
I would like to be on top of Marilyn Monroe, but I heard that Michael Jackson got there first - I think?
If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice.
I actually just answered this in my own post from earlier today. You may need to scroll down a bit. my testimony
I'm going to Disneyland