To Pull a White Rabbit out of a Black Hat.

The answer to the question - is there Life after Death? is Yes.

The answer to the question - is there life after death? is Yes. In fact. That which is life and death are not separate events but part of one thing and this one thing is no-thing but Self. Self is deathless, eternal and everlasting. In order to understand the above it must be understood that division does not exist. Existence is One. One is not external. One is Self. Self is undivided but perceives itself as Life not to feel alone, to experience Companionship, to Love and Be Loved in return. There really are no others. Otherness is Self desiring Togetherness. Self Itself Is. Self Always Is. Life is NOT Life. Life is Self experiencing itself as itself. Self perceives itself as variegated but all variegation is Self. When the above is understood it is understood that there is no death for life and death are Self experiencing itself. Self is (the) Eternal (One). Oneself is Eternal. None of the above matters for all that matters is Love. Love is the purpose, there is no purpose but Love. Self may replace the word Self with God until it is understood that we (Self/God) are here for each other for there where otherness is perceived is Self/God perceiving otherness not to be alone, for Companionship, for Love. As such the following is equally correct. The answer to the question - is there life after death? is Yes. Even more so. That which is life and death are not separate events but part of one thing and this one thing is no-thing but God. God is deathless, eternal and everlasting. In order to understand the above it must be understood that division does not exist. Existence is One. One is not external. One is God and God is One. God is undivided but perceives itself as Life not to feel alone, to experience Companionship, to Love and Be Loved in return. There really are no others. Otherness is God desiring Togetherness. God Itself Is. God Always Is. Life is NOT Life. Life is God experiencing itself as itself. God perceives itself as variegated but all variegation is God. When the above is understood it is understood that there is no death for life and death are God experiencing itself. God is (the) Eternal (One). God is Eternal. None of the above matters for all that matters is Love. Love is the purpose, there is no purpose but Love. God may replace the word God with Self until it is understood that we (God/Self) are here for each other for there where otherness is perceived is God/Self perceiving otherness not to be alone, for Companionship, for Love.
~ Wald