The two endpoints are a) the point at which we cease to exist and b) the point at which we become, or rather, cease to be.
The two endpoints are the point at which we cease to exist and the point at which we become, or rather cease to be. The point at which we cease to exist is the end point of the end of the world.
The point where we cease to exist is when we stop being. The point where we become, or rather cease to be, is when we become alive.
When we stop being, we cease to exist. When we cease to exist, we cease to be. When we cease to be, we cease to exist. When we cease to exist, we cease to be.
It’s probably not the best analogy, but death can be both a cause and effect. It may not be the cause when we die, but it can be the cause when we cease to be. If our lives and the lives of our loved ones (and our descendants) are at stake, then death is the best metaphor we can possibly come up with to describe it.
As I see it, death is the ultimate state of nothingness. It’s the state of being “nothing,” so to speak. Our bodies go to the grave after we die and our souls are sent to the afterworld. We go to heaven when we pass on, but we can’t be with our loved ones when we pass on, because that would be too much of a state of being. Death is a state of being that we can’t go back to.
Our bodies, after we die, go to the grave. Our souls are sent to the afterworld. Heaven is a place of no-more-death, with nothing but love and joy waiting for us after we meet our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
The two ends of the spectrum are true, but it’s also possible to fall into the middle – i.e. in the middle of one of those two extremes. We can still go to heaven and be with our loved ones, but we can also go to the afterworld (which technically doesn’t exist) and be with our loved ones.
I’m not sure if there are two extremes, but the two endpoints are true. However, at the end of the afterworld we can go to heaven, but not with our loved ones, but with our souls.
the first option is to go to heaven, and then we are to go to heaven with our loved ones. If we are wrong, we will be going to the afterworld with our souls. The second option is to go to heaven, and then we will be going to the afterworld with our loved ones.