November 04, 2015 at 09:07AM

Eternal life is not like an object that you can grab hold of and secure with certainty. The desire for certainty is understandable, but we have none. There are, of course, people who absurdly claim that their eternal life is a certainty. How many times have you heard someone say “I know I’m saved” as though it were a fact. Grown adults are pretending to know what is impossible to know. To reasonable people, this alleged certainty is twilight zone material. This is because a logical mind understands the future is unknowable, and therefore, the fate of each person is unknowable… Such is the painful existence of the eternal life fan. We have to live with the unrelenting chance of failure. Most people can’t handle this kind of pressure, so they lie to themselves to avoid the uneasy feelings of uncertainty and fear.

We are all in a very, very bad situation because (A) God is wishful thinking and (B) nature is a ruthless serial killer. The dirt we walk on is literally made from the dead bodies of people who utterly failed…. They have been booted off the stage… kicked out of the party… they lost the game.

Our goal is to be WINNERS at life, and the only way to be a winner is to live forever. Luckily we do have some tools at our disposal. We have science, technology, and our own limitless imagination. We can stack the odds in our favor as much as possible and perfect our strategy. Carefulness is key. YOUR HEALTH IS KEY. If you die and cease to exist, the road ends for you, and that is the worst thing that could ever happen. So eternal life fans, act wisely so that your road never ends! via Eternal Life Fan Club http://ift.tt/1H8slgn

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