“Where are we going?” runs the old gag, “and why are we in this handbasket?” As we humans grow older, and realize that eventually, someday, our own life will inevitably end, and we will “pass on,” it is only natural that the question should arise in our minds: Pass on to where? The answer to that question is at hand. Several answers, actually. All of them different. There are so many differing answers because it is a demanding question that has confronted humans ever since they began to think and wonder and make a feeble attempt to figure things out. …
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