It's True, I'm Magic
For talking about Me so much, Sarah Silverman and I aren't really close friends. I wish we were, but she pretty much thinks I was just some human that said some radical things 2,000 years ago but then I died and then some people said they saw Me come back to life but they were just saying that to start a new religion. All in all, that does seem to make more sense than the version I'm more fond of... but it takes some displacement of physics that most are accustomed to when it comes to life and death. Either way, Sarah Silverman is very funny and I love her very much. Here's a quote from her from Jane Magazines website that I found interesting, honest, and sad.
Jane Magazine: What do you think happens when you die?
Sarah Silverman: It would be awesome if there were a heaven, but I'm almost positive there isn't. I think your soul dies and your body decomposes. Heaven is just a survival skill that human beings have to not live their lives terrified of imminent death. But I have no clue. I'm really on the edge of my seat for the answers to this, but I don't know if I'll ever get them.
So, I thought this would be an interesting conversation starter... do you feel that what I said about Heaven is true, or is Heaven just a optimistic way to find the silver lining to one day beomcing worm food? What's your thoughts?