After this life, there is NO ‘time’!
Amazingly, in the Solar system ‘Time’ is measured by the “rising and setting of the sun.”
So, what is ‘Time’ on Venus or Neptune? or in a different galaxy? Does time flow at the same rate everywhere in the universe? Not necessarily. Time flow depends upon the intensity of gravity and upon the traveling speed of a system. The rate of time flow is one of the major things which differs between the Newtonian physics and Einstein’s physics.
So, ‘Time’ for us is ‘time’ as we understand it! A controversial topic to discuss. At this time we are cast into deep contemplation of where and why. Jesus was crucified on ‘Friday,’ and then? Yes! We are a ‘infinitesmally small’ portion of Creation.
The ‘afterlife‘ (also referred to as life after death, the world to come or reincarnation) is an existence in which the essential part of an individual’s identity or their stream of consciousness continues to live after the death of their physical body.
So, regardless of where we ‘stand’; what occurred after the crucifixion of Jesus? Many schools of thought exist and have been expounded.
In the light of the resurrection, then, the general meaning of his death would be that the vicarious suffering and punishment of the man Jesus has robbed death of its character as judg- ment for human existence, and vindicated the hope of man that reaches beyond death.
Jesus was tempted with the Earth and its riches, a very ‘temporary’ concept.
Holy Saturday, also called Easter Vigil, Christian religious observance that ends the Lenten season, falling on the day before Easter Sunday. The observance commemorates the final day of Christ’s death, which is traditionally associated with his triumphant descent into hell.
Key points to dwell upon:
– The death of Jesus; what does it imply?
– What, where am I?
– ‘Time’, what is it?
– ‘Death’. Final? Or the beginning of another existence? This takes us back to a previous question – what/where am I?
We can and will discuss these. Allow the questions to roll in.