This was a beautiful article in The Sun about life after death.
British physicists and research scientists are claiming that the soul exists at a sub-atomic quantum particle level.
Evidence, they say, points to information (our consciousness) "stored in microtubles within human cells."
When a person dies, the quantum particle information is released from the body into the universe.
If it's a near-death experience, the consciousness leaves only temporarily, but is then brought back to the cells in the host, and the patient revives.
However, if the person dies, "it's possible that this quantum information, can exist outside the body, perhaps indefinitely, as a soul."
This theory is endorsed by researchers at the renown Max-Planck Institute, Germany's most successful research organization with 18 Nobel laureates and 15,000 scientific publications a year.
This is certainly one of the most hopeful and uplifting ideas that any of us can maintain--that life is not just finite, but that we are part of something infinitely larger, enduring, meaningful, and G-dly. ;-)
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)