Last Updated on August 15, 2021 by Neil Mackengie
What can be found at the beginning of eternity? This is an age-old question. There are many ways to interpret this question, but in the end, it all comes down to one thing: what you believe.
If you believe that God created evaerything and that He lives outside of time, then at the beginning of eternity there is only Him. If you live by science and think that we exist separately from nature; then when looking for something “at” the beginning of time, all you will find is a void before physical laws were established.
How long people will exist on this planet?
I believe that people will exist on this planet for a very long time. I think it is entirely possible that the human race could be here much longer than we expect. It’s impossible to say just how long, but there are many factors involved that make me hopeful about our future generations and their ability to live on earth peacefully together without damaging its natural resources.
What can be found at the Beginning of Eternity?
There are many things to experience within the first moments after God created everything, but it would take an endless amount of time to explore them all! Some may argue that nothing exists outside of space-time, while others believe in alternate dimensions or parallel worlds on other planes. The truth might not even be able to fit into words – so let your imagination wander through what’s possible without worrying about finding
However long humans have existed on Earth – which was 13 billion years ago – or how much longer until our sun dies out (a little more than five billion years) would still be nothing when compared to eternity. It’s also possible that we’ve already been there, and if so then it would have taken quite a while for us to get back here!
Short Answer- I am the beginning of everything, the end of everywhere, the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space.
Short Answer- The right answer to the riddle is Death. Death has a beginning afterlife. But it has no end. Death ends all things that begin.