Bloomington, IN (Vocus) October 12, 2010
Death is the inevitable end that everyone faces. Yet although constant, it is one thing that remains unknown and mysterious. Where does one go after death? Is there life after it? Heaven Hell OR?? is a thought-provoking account authored by N. Sabir that attempts to shed light on these age-old questions.
This enlightening book tells the story of how poets, playwrights, religious zealots, thinkers, philosophers and theologians, among others, have tried to describe something that religions hold beyond words, and non-believers prefer to see as a collective delusion—the existence of the afterlife. And what is tantalizing about this subject is that no one has ever reached a definitive answer on whether it is true or false. Despite the efforts of the Spiritualists, no one has ever come back from the dead to tell whether all or any of what is predicted actually happened.
Heaven Hell OR?? discusses the beliefs of all major and ancient religions about heaven and hell, afterlife, death, soul, migration of soul, the dwelling of the soul, temporary as well as forever. Each chapter begins with a dialogue between Salman, the inquisitive man in pursuit of knowledge, and Danyal, the never-dying sage of all time.
Despite being a book that contains views and concluding remarks about whatever exists in the afterlife for humans, Heaven Hell OR?? also reminds readers of the importance of “now” and how to live this life. Sabir hopes that his book will give many hopeless human souls a happy life from here on. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
N. Sabir is a free thinker and an ardent student of comparative religions for a long time. He is an engineer by profession. He is a freelance writer on subjects of religion, politics and history.
Heaven Hell OR?? * by N. SABIR
Publication Date: October 7, 2010
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