"Death is terrible for anyone. Young or old, good or evil, it’s all the same. Death is impartial. There is no especially terrible death. That’s why death is so fearsome. Your deeds, your age, your personality, your wealth, your beauty: they are all meaningless in the face of death."
Death. Something that comes for us all in the long run and in the end, what happens to us isn't exactly well known, well, technically people have a mixture of opinions as to what happens to us. Some say we go to Hell, to be tortured for all eternity, others state we get ferried down the Sanzu river and get judged, others just say we stay there with the Grim Reaper and lastly, people say we stay dead until our time for reincarnation is upon us.
Who knows what the truth truly is anymore?
Alas though, it would seem that the afterlife isn't too far from the rumors as alas people have said it will be so many things that the rumors have become reality, and a mixture of them all as the afterlife has literally become a mixture of what everyone believes it should be. An underground wasteland but there seems to be that little twist here and there. The hierarchy has come int play, even in the land beyond the living.
This hierarchic afterlife has led to many of the recently deceased to start up a rebellion against this as people hated the laws that were passed on, such as;
- You can't pass on unless judged worthy by those of higher ranking
- Follow the laws given by your higher ups
- Obey ALL orders given by them no matter the consequences
And so on, now you could probably understand the reason for a rebellion against this hierarchy system in the afterlife. Of course, who follows these rules except for the first one? Not many as the afterlife has gone from a peaceful place to quite the drama filled destination that people would never want to go to.
What would you do in this afterlife? Afterall, whatever you choose will decide on the best or worst outcome for your next life.
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