A Conversation About the Afterlife
and All Things Spiritual
by Dave Morgan

Welcome! This website is dedicated to creating an interactive conversation about life and death, and how to make the most of both events. Put simply, it's a place for you to feel comfortable talking about life's big topics. It's also a place where you can jump off into a virtual sea of discovery about spiritual topics, whether you're new to the topic or in graduate school.

This site has it's beginning in my book, Afterwords: 75 Everyday People Answer 15 Common Questions About the Afterlife. In the course of writing the book, it became obvious to me that a discussion of life's purposes and death's mysteries is, as I say in the book, "the most important conversation on Earth." This is especially true as quantum mechanics points us in the direction of the magnificent and mysterious role that we each play in creating everything we sense and experience.

There's only one expert about your piece of the big human puzzle, and it's you. Use your gifts of intellect and insight to research thoughtfully and share generously with others in Afterwords Discussion Forum. Find the links that interest you (a directory?), contribute your own favorites (link for take the afterlife survey, and in general, have a good time being a part of the most important conversation on Earth.

Everyone with a good heart and open mind is welcome. But if your main intent is to beat up on other's who don't share your religious, or anti-religious feelings, please wait until you can offer your opinions with grace and compassion.


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"The day will come, after harnessing space, the winds, the tides and gravitation, we shall harness for God the energies of love. On that day, for the second time in the history of the world, we shall have discovered fire." - Tiehard de Chardin

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