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Posted by Robert G. Garfinkle on January 19, 2003 05:09:06 UTC

It is my belief…

That before we are born, our spirit is evolved within our parent’s minds. Their thoughts and heart filled with hope that they can bring forth life, to love that life, nurture that life, and share with that life all the experiences that they hold within them.

And then we are born…

We continue to carry our own spirit and soul, reciprocate love, receive nurturing, share, and nurture others with emotion and our thoughts.

As our life moves through time…

We experience and affect others and they experience and affect us.

And when we die…

Do we go to heaven or hell?

Only in peoples minds who are left behind to remember how we walked through life and treated them.


In the end, the only remnants of our spirit and soul are reflected in the memories of others. The influence and effect of our life upon others is what drives the intensity of our memory within others.

Therefore I say that we leave this world as we came from a physical standpoint. We began as nothing and we end up as nothing. From the Earth and back to the Earth.

The only thing we leave behind in the minds of others…

Are memories…

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