what happens

March 2005
Mothering;Mar/Apr2005, Issue 129, p54
The article presents several questions related to child birth and other concerned issues.. The article raises a query that asking people what happens to them after they die is like asking babies in the womb what happens to them after they're born. How can they answer when they don't even know how to speak, when they don't even know their mother tongue, or about the outside world. Other pertaining questions are presented in the article.


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