The answer may be found in the question, in the identification of the "I." Who we think we are and who we really are affects how we consider life after death, and what we will thus "feel" there.
General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are at polar odds with each other, and many physicists are trying to reconcile them in a grand unified theory. Perhaps they are not meant to be unified. Maybe unity is found elsewhere.
The Eastern idea of "no-self" is confusing to Westerners, but I think the same concept can be found in our Western traditions, just known by different terms.
God is always present, but our thought-filled minds become veiled from recognizing that Presence.
A new translation of Jesus' words about marriage and the resurrection.
A state of consciousness which is purified of all thought forms seems to be identical to the Ultimate Reality/Truth.
Should we encourage patriotism in and for our country? What might mysticism say about that?
Is it possible for us, as finite beings, to experience the Infinite? How?
A famous quote from St. Augustine's Confessions, newly translated.
I am skeptical of the traditional paranormal interpretations, but I do think there is something profoundly real in this phenomena, but it is that which we cannot ever openly demonstrate.