Where Will You Go When You Die?

Lauren Lubas

Let's begin at the end. How do you think you're going to die?

Do you regret anything at all in your life?

If you're at the coffee shop and the person in front of you is a dollar short, what do you do?

How would your friends describe your driving?

If you won a million dollars, how much would you donate?

Which flavor of ice cream would you rather eat?

Have you ever ignored a friend in need?

Which of these climates would you prefer?

Do you believe in ghosts?

When was the last time you were at church?

When you hold the door for someone and they don't thank you, how do you respond?

When the checkout clerk asks if you want to donate your change, what is the first thing you say?

Have you ever helped an old lady cross the street?

If your neighbor was a different religion than you, would you talk to them?

What is the most important thing to do?

How often do you pray?

Which of these things are you most thankful for?

Would you ever convert religions?

When are you most likely to donate?

What are you most likely to give a panhandler?

If you saw anyone standing on the subway, would you give up your seat?

Do you believe in the afterlife?

How do you feel about science?

When you were in high school, were you in love?

What temperature is comfortable for you?

If you could rob a bank knowing you could get away with it, would you?

What kind of music do you listen to?

If you could be immortal, would you?

Which of these is your favorite show?

Would you get divorced if it was necessary?

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About This Quiz

Since the human race had the time to ponder life outside their everyday workload, we have been a little bit obsessed with what happens after that life ends. While many religions and philosophies all have their theories and beliefs, there is a common theme of the afterlife. Most of these concepts revolve around a good place and a bad place, while others add on a medium place. 

Depending on your beliefs, you may have followed the rules exactly as they are written out (even the stuff that contradicts the other stuff as Ned Flanders has) or perhaps you bent the rules just a little bit to ensure that you were doing your best with what you were given. On the other hand, you may have thrown the rules by the wayside in hopes that these theories on afterlife mean absolutely nothing. Either way, if you believe that something happens after your time here is over, you're probably curious as to what is in store for you.

If you aren't sure (or if you're sure, but you just want to be double sure) where you're headed when it's all over for you, answer these questions about who you are as a person, and we'll tell you where you're going next.

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