The Afterlife Is Big
I'm wondering about why religion has to be complicated. The majority of the religions have afterlives in it. They are all similar, it's basically like a heaven or a hell. Some religions have areas where others are put aside until judgment on where they will go is set. There are so many religions and some certain religions seem to be in similar groups, such as Christianity and Catholicism. There are other religions who believe in reincarnation as an afterlife and depending on how you were like in life, you will have a good or bad life.
I might like to write about where someone will go or be in the afterlife depending on what they did in life because I believe that's one of the most interesting parts of afterlife of religion. I'm not so sure but I don't think everything is like the "be good and go to heaven" or be bad and go to hell" thing. It can probably be the opposite for other religions and I would like to find out about it. I also think this is one of the most important parts of religion as well.
The large amount of religions makes this topic hard for me. Since there are so many religions, that means that there are a lot of different types or similar types of afterlives as well. Another thing that makes this difficult is sorting out all the differences of the afterlives. This is because some maybe exactly the same as some other religion and some maybe totally different. For example, Christianity and Buddhism have a different afterlife than each other. Christianity is about heaven or hell when Buddhism is about reincarnation to a different body in the future. They're both alike in that you have to be a good person and be sin free to have a good happy afterlife. If you have a life filled with sin, you will go to hell or be reincarnated to a pathetic living thing.