May Week 2 - Mind, body and SOUL
The last entry for this week,
Soul, asks the eternal question,
Does it live forever?
We will NEVER know, but there are many more questions about it.
I will, however, cover the ones that I can answer!
How do you nurture your soul?
I just try to be the best person I can be. Even though I have been wronged more than my share, I will still be the best I can with new people that I meet. I have just started meditation and will nurture it that way. Otherwise, just keep doing what I have already.
Do you find comfort in faith or spirituality?
I think that I have more spirituality than faith as my faith has dwindled through the years especially after my father's murder. I do, however, feel that I can have a good spirit innately being good to the people I come across. You can actually be atheist and still have a spirituality about you. I agree with @_Arrietty_ about god possibly hating me if there is even one up there somewhere. That's why I have logically become agnostic.
Are our souls the very essence of us or something that you don’t really think about?
Well, quite honestly, it isn't much I have thought about recently, or very much at all. However, now that you ask, I will say that I have thought about it long ago. It still intrigues me as to the actual essence of our souls. I am quite certain that it is something that leaves our bodies and of course cant be retrieved after our demise.
Unlike a battery or other power source that can be simply replaced, a soul will vanish forever.
But then where does it go?
Now that, my good readers, is a question that will never be answered because as soon as you get the answer, you will never return to tell the rest of us.
I have some theories about what can happen to our souls if you are evil in this life or decide to commit suicide, so if you are interested to let's delve into the other dimension.
Well, this is pretty obvious. If you don't go to Fiery HOT HELL, I predict that you will go to a possible purgatory and if you are very lucky, you just may get a 2nd chance. I wouldn't count on it though.
Now for suicide,
I actually have a few theories on this one.
But before we get into suicide, I will say that I believe in
"Infinite possibilities" or "Anything is possible"
Yes, the same thing, but I want to drive my point home.
With that being said, how do we know that we haven't already lived a life, either here or elsewhere, and we are being punished for the wrongdoings we did in a previous existence already?
What if we are already in hell?
Earth is HELL?
If we commit suicide, do we actually go somewhere else or are we reincarnated back to earth, in a different body, time, or circumstance worse than we presently have?
For example, if I was middle class living in a home with enough income to keep me comfortable,
Would I then be transported to a poor 3rd world country with no shelter or food and live on the streets?
Are we able to get through this wretched life and then move on to the "eternal place in the sky?"
if we kill ourselves do we feel the pain of the kill, for an eternity?
So if we jump, then we would feel the impact forever!
Or if we drown we would drown forever.
Gunshot, we would feel it forever.
Can you even fathom that?
Or the place we kill ourselves do we perhaps stay there for an eternity as a punishment?
Or do we come back through a tunnel born again?
Is it still suicide if you resist a burglar and get killed when you could have just given him what he wants?
What constitutes suicide?
Smoking? Drugs? Even alcohol?
Let's just hope for the best "life" after our short existence here in this world and not worry about all this "shit"
Have a great life and don't even think about suicide or these infinite possibilities.