Genesis 3:19 (King James): In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it was thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.
The “dust to dust” passage comes from the Torah. It’s Jewish, not Christian.
Judaism is different than Christianity especially in regard to life before birth and after death. There is no mention of Heaven or Hell. Judaism has nothing to say about what happens to us after we die. It does not encourage us to believe in any God-given future rewards. There’s no repayment for goodness or punishment for evil. In some sectors of Judaism they believe that in our end of times, the dead will rise and be judged. But this is not a universal belief. Judaism has no central authority, so beliefs are unique to groups and individuals. (No matter what anyone says.)
You live on Earth. After that, who knows? Jews are free to believe what they want to believe about life and death. Some believe in heaven, others in reincarnation. Many believe in nothing. There is no guarantee of justice.
What will happen after you die? Maybe something, possibly nothing. Will “my soul” become a new soul in a new body? How about Karma? Hinduism and Judaism share many fundamental beliefs and some Jews believe that when God sent out Abraham to teach monotheism in Israel, his brother was sent east and these same beliefs became Hinduism. True? Not true? Best guess?
Regardless of dogma, if God or one of his sidekicks have chatted with any of us, no one has chatted with me.
I will live what years I have remaining and deal with whatever comes. I would hope that whatever happens after we die is at least peaceful. Finally, all bills will have been paid. The phone won’t ring. Email will stop piling up.