Life After Death Quotes by Mike Dirnt, Madeline Kahn, Russell M. Nelson, Oscar Wilde, J. K. Rowling, E. L. Doctorow and many others.
I’m an optimist, so I believe in some sort of life after death; I don’t know what kind.
Life after death is as improbable as sex after marriage!
Each holy temple stands as a symbol of our membership in the Church, as a sign of our faith in life after death, and as a sacred step toward eternal glory for us and our families.
Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above one’s head, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday, and no tomorrow. To forget time, to forgive life, to be at peace.
To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure.
Someone dying asks if there is life after death. Yes, comes the answer, only not yours.
After your death you will be what you were before your birth.
There is no conclusive evidence of life after death, but there is no evidence of any sort against it. Soon enough you will know, so why fret about it?
Death is nothing at all. I have only slipped away into the next room.
What happens after death is so unspeakably glorious that our imagination and our feelings do not suffice to form even an approximate conception of it. The dissolution of our time-bound form in eternity brings no loss of meaning.
I believe in life after death.
When you look at the basis for the immortality of the soul, you have these foundationless speculations and really, no intelligent reason for believing that there’s life after death.
Life is eternal; and love is immortal; and death is only a horizon; and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight.
If we have loved well while we were alive, there is life after death here-our love will go on for generations.
The hope for life after death must be separated forever from the behavior control mentality of reward and punishment. The Church must abandon, therefore, its reliance on guilt as a motivator of behavior.
Although we may trust God’s promises for life after death and the certainty of a heavenly home, we must still face the reality of death.
It would be fair in terms of justice that those who believe in ‘Life After Death’ live much less than those who do not believe in such a thing!