isn't it a wee bit irritating to exist with such a vague and uncertain
knowledge of our dynamic reality?
partly, i threw this topic of life after death into the air as a lure, or, as an invitation to think together.
apparently it was not very alluring. (life after death)
thank you sternchen for the 'heads up' recommendation of "the
i'll look for it the next time i'm at our esoteric book store 'the bodhi
tree'. surely if any civilization functioned with a clear certitude
regarding death, it was the egyptians. i read this book called "her
bak" by isha schwaller which was very enlightening on the egyptian
lokutus my good friend, you say "I know I will not find it until I
have drawn my last breath." and you imply that we are not able to
understand an idea of this magnitude through philosophy. i agree.
but i just don't believe that we have to wait until the end to know.
zenya, dear lady, thankyou for the comment.
"God would not create a spirit to allow it to fade and not recycle into
a new dimension or era."
it's just the import of that word recycle… i don't want to be recycled
with no memory of this life or self. it seems an unnecessarily
unending cycle of energies without a purpose i can take advantage
of. yes, i'm sure the creator has hidden another possibility. but i
want to know the path to immortality for my self.
don't you? isn't it a wee bit irritating to exist with such a vague and
uncertain knowledge of our dynamic reality?