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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Physics Of The Supernatural 101

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 24, 2000 17:29:11 UTC

So to continue, the inertia of curiosity, for example, may be an aspect of good karma that is built and embellished over perhaps numerous lifetimes. We who realize that we have such inertia, it does not have to be just curiosity, should be quite pleased that we have a purpose in life. I think the idea is to follow your natural strengths and tendencies and thereby fulfill your purpose, or more likely, multitude of purposes in life.

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