Your question betrays fairly typical lapse in logic. First off as far as I know witness's do not believe in fate as it has pagan root structures. Of course you could have simply been inquiring as to what some of us believe may happen upon our death, in which case the only absolute fact around is that we are all going to die, that includes you. Thus it is our "fate" to die. Is there a soul which goes on I do not "know" the answer to that but then again neither do you, thus we are left in the mutual boat of uncertainty floating upon the sea of the unknowable.
Anyone can choose to believe there is something more than this existance, and trap themselves in fantasy, but that option belittles the fantastic miracle of life. We have all won great cosmic lotto by virtue of our very existence. This miracle should be celebrated and embraced not lessened or cheapened by some belief an ancient mythic sky god is going come down and save us not only from death but from our follies.
Men decide far more problems by hate, love, lust, rage, sorrow, joy, hope, fear, illusion, or some other inward emotion, than by reality, authority, any legal standard, judicial precedent, or statute.
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