Soul Philosophy of Rose Black

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic
Disclaimer:Features OPINIONS, any perception of a factual statement is unintentional and the responsibility of the reader.

Submitted: May 08, 2012

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I am of the mind that a soul is immortal and cycles through many incarnations. I believe each soul has a unique personality and mind (differentiating from the brain) and desires something different from each incarnation.  If correct, this would explain both why no two people are exactly alike (even identical twins differ, some more than others) and why we feel as though we have different purposes in life (because we do). I believe that the soul, after the physical vessel dies, tries to find a suitable location for the next life and if it does, it "moves in" in a manner of speaking. Personally, I believe my theory is, in no small part, shaped by the fact that I am trans and would like to believe that I posess the soul of a woman who got lost along her way and found this vessel by accident. So far, it has worked out for the better, because this one learns easily and takes instruction well; although being as I am does get a bit droll, seing as how most lesbians want nothing to do with someone who they perceive to be male. Anyway...back to the original topic; I understand that science has proven the lack of necessity for a soul, but I don't think that it is entirely impossible that a soul could exist, even if it served no real purpose (other than decorating the mental aspects of the human condition).


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