I'm using the app we heart it a lot, basically always when I don't need to be doing something else. I mainly use it at night, because 1. I'm alone, and 2. I'm sad. For those of you who don't know what kind of app it is, it's kind of like google pictures, despite that all the photos have better quality and looks more "inspo". You have your own account and you can heart (like) pictures, and also put them in different collections and name them whatever you want. I can honestly say that this is one of my all time favourite apps! 90% of the time when I use it, I'm looking through the different collections that pops up when i search for "quotes". So if you like poetry, quotes and texts then I really reccomend this app. So I just found a quote on we heart it that immediately made me think about it more deeply. "Maybe this world is another planet's hell." - Aldous Huxley. At first it reminded me of a discussion I had with a friend a while ago. She told me that she thought that the earth is actually hell, and that when we die at this planet, we'll come to the real world, and live our real lives in a much better place. So it's like it's reversed, you do not die and go to hell, you are in hell at this moment and when you die you'll start your "real" life. But not everyone goes on from hell to life, if you don't deserve to live, you just die and that's it. You've been spending your only lifetime in hell and because of the person you've been you can't go on. I remember asking my friend why she thought anyone would get two lifetimes and she mentioned all the bad things in this world, she didn't thought a good person that's been through a lot of rough times shouldn't get a second chance. I soo agree with that, I really think that you should be rewarded if you've been a good person, and i wouldn't mind having another lifetime. But eventhough my life sucks and I want to belive that this is hell, I can't. I belive in the simple explanation that when you die, you're dead, and that's it. For now we're just thinking about possibilities that this might not be the case.
Skipping from the discussion with my friend and moving on to an english lesson with one of the multiple english teachers I've had. This particular teacher was a male around twenty years old, he was not educated in teaching but I liked him anyway. We were talking about reincarnation one lesson, and I have no idea what that had to do with the topic we were working with, but I really didn't mind, because this is a interesting thing to discuss. Several students were talking loudly about wether they though you can be "reborn" or not, and all the things i could hear, sounded silly and stupid, but this was not my reaction after I've heard what my teacher thought about it. He had been standing in the middle of the classroom and listening to the group of popular boys and their stupid ideas, when he turned around, walked over to the whiteboard and grabed a pen. "Do you guys wanna know what I think", he asked and some students said yes while the others had stopped talking about it. He told us that he belived in reincarnation and that he thought that there's a system deciding what you should be reborn as. For example, a rich person should be reborn as a poor person or a lowe state animal like an earthworm or something. And a poor person should be reborn as a rich person or a higher stated animal like, say, a tiger. It also depended on how you've been treating people during your life, if you have been mean, you might be reborn as an earthworm even though you've been poor. So the other way around, you could be reborn as a tiger if you've been nice, even though you were rich. The system also included a queue, where everyone has to stand and wait for their turn to be reborn.
I'm just now starting to realise how long this text is getting, and I think you guys have other things to do today besides reading about reincarnation. I have a lot more thoughts about this, so expect a future post about this. Anyway, I do not belive in these things, but I really want to, cause all of them are better than reality.