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Yes, others wonder, too (at least I do). I wonder, for example, if when I see the color "red", for example, it is the same as the color others see. I wonder why people are so similar and yet so different. You are not alone in your questions.
We would have been good philosophical friends at 9 yrs. My 1st prose asked, 'Why do i have a border, why do my molecules not blend with the air, Why is there always me and it?...' Hub, 'Attuned to the Rhythm of Nature.'
You've a hub on it, B.?
Some like Frankl say we search for meaning, Others say we seek a feeling of aliveness. I also feel it is essential to know ourselves, as the Oracle of Delphi, Shakespeare, Gibran & others have expressed. Definitely beyond ego & personality. T
Beautiful, Manatita. I appreciate your expression of devotion. Thank you for responding.
Good to see you again, Laura. And it is fun to read about this aspect of you and your interests. Also informative, as I had not heard of the Temple of Hatshepsut or female Pharoahs. Do you feel you've had lifetimes in Egypt?
Hi, E.P.! No, I don't think I had past lives or will have future ones, but I get as much out of this life as I can. I'm interested in the Incas and their form of communications, too (knotted ropes on a stick). Peru's lofty Machu Pichu is on my list.
Yes, what really is the spiritual world, the subtle realm, the unseen, does it have levels, is it populated with beings, what is our relationship to it, what are the possibilities that could open when we are more fully aware & have understanding?
Great! Now I have more questions to contemplate. You remind me of that one professor I had who made us think and answer so much...
The relationship of man to the soul world is a complex subject indeed. Thanks for writing.
Thank you for sharing your dedication to the knowledge of God and His will for you in Christ Jesus. Do you have a preferred version of the Bible that you go to for inspiration and instruction?