my 4 year old has recently been asking very detailed questions about death. although i\'ve been expecting this, i find myself flustered whenever we talk about it. i don\'t really believe in the idea of heaven. i do believe in a very vague idea of our souls continuing on in some form on earth. we are jewish, but more in a cultural sense than in any religious sense. i don\'t want to tell her \"i don\'t know,\" because it seems anxiety-provoking. any advice out there???
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