Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives Short Essay - Answer Key

David Eagleman
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1. Sum: In this afterlife all of your life experiences are grouped together. You can't experience something different until you have run through all of the experience in one chain. For example, you can't take a shower until you are in the shower experience period of the afterlife. Why would this make you long for your life on earth?

People must relive all their painful experiences at one time and can't escape them until the time is finished. This could be a year or ten years depending on how their life was. People begin to miss the variety of life on earth and miss the way life changed.

2. Egalitaire: God created life to be good and bad, but then had a problem creating a way to judge people in the afterlife. Why is that?

Not everyone is all good or all bad. God realized that people were complex and she needed a complex way to judge them.

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