Reincarnation?

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  1. me1

    me1 Well-Known Member

  2. sarahg

    sarahg Well-Known Member

    damn grant i bet i come back as myself :eek::
    :lol: and go thro all this again
    or something like a worm or slug
    :lol:
     
  3. LostMyMind

    LostMyMind Well-Known Member

    I believe in reincarnation since it is part of Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Africa, Jainism, Sikhism, some Greek philosophies and was once part of Christianity and other beliefs. I truly don't think that all of them are wrong.
     
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  4. GypsyGirl

    GypsyGirl Well-Known Member

    I believe... My thought on the subject is that maybe we have some lesson to learn - maybe the true meaning of existence, of life. And that you live one life after another, and that you keep coming back until you finally learn that lesson. Then you can choose to go on to a 'better place' or go around again. :shy: Oh my... that probably sounds very silly, doesn't it?
     
  5. Hae-Gi

    Hae-Gi Banned Member

    I once put together this simplistic conclusion, on the existence of reincarnation:

    If you only lived once, or twice, or even a thousand times, if so, how can you live in this current, infinitely short period, in the infinite collection of past periods, if it wasn't due to the existence of reincarnation? Logically, since this period is infinitely short, due to the existence of an infinite amount of other periods, it is, in fact, impossible that you could live during this specific period, and not that you've merely lived in one long gone, if not due to the fact that you've reincarnated.

    I myself do not believe you reincarnate for all eternity, even though logic tells you should. I believe you reincarnate until you find your true, fated love, and when the two of you die, you will be together for all eternity. Although logic shouldn't allow this, I'm certain the rules of logic aren't definite. This is visible in the universe, where some things break the laws of physics. Bumblebees are further proof, logic isn't always definite.
     
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