One of the most impressive films I have seen about a possible after life is “What dreams may come” starring Robin Williams. ( goo.gl/qHFW7e )
The story is a very simple one, boy meets girl, boy and girl fall in love, boy and girl are happy and have children, the children die in a car crash, later boy dies in another car crash and girl eventually succeeds in suicide. The lives of tragedy lead to an afterlife existence that is mysteriously generated by the mind, with each mind having sufficient space to be able to create a “heaven” of their own, individual design.
Naturally, as a person dies they are introduced into their own personal heaven and given instructions on how to manage it and how to meet other dead people.
Robin Williams character discovers that the love of his life (his soul mate) committed suicide and is not allowed to enter such a heaven but must languish in a hell that would destroy her individuality for all eternity.
Naturally he goes on a quest to rescue her and manages, not only to do so, but to create a second life on Earth for each of them so that they can meet and fall in love all over again.
The film has a high feel good factor because it presents a future that we should all aspire to when we are dead.
As I said, this is the most impressive film of its type that I have seen and certainly makes our possible destination after dying much more attractive and desirable. Like all films of this nature, it is not possible to deny the possibility that the author of the story got it right.
It would be nice, wouldn’t it, if this vision really was true?