Reincarnation: Do you believe in it?
If the concept of reincarnation postulates that dead persons return in their spirit or soul-ish form to dwell in other men’s bodies, then I do not believe in reincarnation. When people die, they die. The body returns to dust, but the spirit, which is the real person cannot posses another body… because I mean, God makes every human being and breaths His life into them. You, where are you coming from?
I, however, understand what the proponents of this concept mean when they say that people return when they die. I see what they see, but I have a better explanation for it. What we see is this: we see people who resemble other people, not just in their looks but in their mannerisms. We see grandchildren who act like their late grandparents. We see sons who behave like ex-boyfriends. We see friends who behave like late friends. And when we see these things, we easily connect them with the experiences we had with similar-acting individuals.
But similarities are bound to abound in relationships because;
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Beautifully written. It makes too much sense lol
You done good.
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