For much of my life I've wondered about the reality of a Heaven. Then, in time, the prospects of eternal life on Planet Earth began to make more sense, for the former is hardly a sure thing and the latter could well someday be real. More than six years ago I published in The Huffington Post an article entitled:
HuffPo had a poll, and 55% of their readers responded by saying, yes, there is an afterlife. A CBS survey of the U.S. indicated that 75% thought there would be something after death, and 82% of them thought they would end up in Heaven. This was nicely reinforced by a Roper/Cornell poll last year showing the following:
In 2013 I posted on: WILL GOOGLE BE ABLE TO COMMERCIALIZE ETERNAL LIFE? So why bother dreaming about an iffy Heaven when there is potential to live forever here on Earth? The catch as best as I can determine, though, is that for a very long while only the super rich will be able to gain this option.