Every other discussion board has several questions, however, this discussion only has one due to the importance of this topic.
It was discussed in module 2.0 that one of the key points of Hinduism is the belief in the ultimate reality called Brahman. Since there can be many lifetimes (samsara) in which an individual will live, it follows that the goal of living these many lives is to stop the endless cycle of birth by achieving moksha.
It is the case that if you achieve moksha, you will cease to exist and reunite with Brahman. There will be no you, no self. This claim seems to be the antithesis of most Abrahamic beliefs where the true self will exist forever in some afterlife.
Answer the following questions.
First, what do you think about this idea of non-existence, and does it bother you?
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