The life now may be the pre. After is the life. Beyond which, I cannot fathom.
More often than not, I have beckoned on great minds the possibility of a prelude to life; to which some — most of them emotionally inclined — tend to agree to. And if there was any such form of consciousness, how such a world would have existed was my next point of discussion with them. These few questions explosively started interesting conversations and I would share a couple of them with you. Their names have been changed to protect their identity.
Martha Konnegart is a specialist in religious studies at a prestigious institution. Her views on pre-life were very scriptural — and by scriptural I mean “based on different holy books across religions” – with the Qu’ran being the one most referred to. According to Martha, there was prelude but not for us humans. We only came into being at the creation. Only superior beings existed back then. Beings that could exist in nothingness.
Awkward, I thought to myself.
The second person I talked to was Daniel Frexer. He is more agnostic and naturally does not believe in the afterlife. But he viewed pre-life as being the birth of life. “We could not have come from nowhere”, he strongly claims, “there must have been some form of our existence which was translated into what we now know. I really am not sure but this is my inclination”.
Another interesting point of view. Now it’s up to you. What do you think?