No. No to all of the above. Its just wishful thinking because you're a scared human afraid of the dark.The other day, I looked around my house. I walked into my sitting lounge in my master bedroom. I thought about all the rooms I could be in, all the cars I could drive, all the places I could fly to, trips to Hawaii, India, Paris, London, Italy, China, Japan, etc. then I thought about the one trip to Hawaii, when my brother had to leave and his wife had to work and I thought about the fact that most joys in life are with family and friends.
However, when we die, to be stuck with a delusional idea that 70 to 85 years get you eternal dirt in your face is absurd.
The idea of God, heaven and hell, not only makes since, but it is the only sane purpose one can find for being here.
If we look at our schools, it is modeled after tests, so is applying for a job, and even winning the lotto means that you had to accomplish something. Nothing that we accumulate in this life can be taken with us, not our homes, cars, children, spouses or parents.
So, if we acquire friends, spouses, parents and siblings there must be a place and time after death where we can all meet, IF we are invited through Christ.
There is nothing truly scriptural, nor doctrinal to support the notion of a grand meeting hall after we die.
Now an after-life might be a sane idea - but they way its presented by all major Religions, especially Xtianity, is no where near the town of Sane. Its not even in the next county, State, or shares a border of any sort..!!