Do you remember when you stopped believing in ghosts? And if you still do, do you wish you didn't?
I still believe. We had a ghostly visitor for a month or so about two years ago. I actually wrote a hub about it called Ghost in the House. I got the feeling it had a great sense of humor and was just having fun with us. Then it left and hasn't returned. I'm glad I still believe. I hope it returns one day.
I believe in them. I can't imagine why I'd wish I didn't. I've had too many experiences not to, but even if I hadn't I'd still believe. Nobody knows for certain what happens when we die, and that means anything is possible.
Still believe in them big time. I always have. Partly because I've always known they were there and partly due to experiences proving their existence to me throughout my life and as recently as last month.
I'm still a believer, though I have gotten better at debunking phenomenon. Oddly, the practice of debunking has only strengthened my belief. If you eliminate all of the physical causes, what's left but something that's not physical?
Never stopped. And I don't wish to stop.
Because I know that I am a spiritual child of God with a temporary, Homo sapiens body. I've been outside of my body (effectively a ghost). I have seen the world around me without the need for human eyes.
Most "ghosts" are unaware of their surroundings. They exist in the "darkness" talked about in the Bible, brought on by the poison of the forbidden fruit -- ego, in all of its action-reaction dichotomies.
I long for the light of truth wherein my spiritual eyes will once again be opened and I can see the universe on a more permanent basis. That way, when this human body dies, I will have continuity of consciousness -- effectively, everlasting life through Christ and God.
I never believed in them and I am glad that I still don't. I can't imagine being spooked by things unseen.
Always have, and I guess I always will. Stories of ghosts fascinate me to no end! I've had one experience... and that was enough to convince me!
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