posted on Nov, 23 2007 @ 12:09 PM
I believe that we are all like waves on an ocean. We are born "the wave starts" then we live "the wave travels" then we die "the wave breaks on
the shore" but since the wave was part of the ocean. Or you could say that your atoms are part of the world, which was once part of a star which was
once part of the singularity that for some reason just blew up and everything as we know it was spontaneously created out of nothing, But anyways
since the wave is part of the ocean, yes the wave dissapears there is nothing left of it, its gone, poof, nothing left of it. but the ocean still
exists doesnt it?
Explain to me how you can just rise up into being out of nothing, and then go back to nothing, that sounds fantastical to me. if you believe in that
then how can you bash those fundamentalist christains who say the world was made in 7 days? I mean the idea that yourself just appears in this body
and then dissapears forever when this body dies is at least just as fantastical as the whole world being created in 7 days.
Personally i believe in rebirth. Back to the first paragraph, So if your a wave that thus breaks when you die, then naturally another wave will rise
up. Rebirth anyone? I dont think there is a soul, i believe that we are all the same, litterally all the same. Just like every wave on the ocean is
part of the ocean. so are we all part of a cosmic energy. But just like one wave cannot be another wave simultaneously, we cannot be someone else
simultaneously as we exist as our own wave. But the ocean which here im going to say symbolizes god, is all of us. But no one wave (person) is the
entire ocean. (god)
This theory makes alot of sense to me. Alot more then just poof your born, poof you die, end of story. If thats true then whats the point of living?
to just enjoy the few silly comforts we have here on the physical world? Why do all the enlightned saints say thats not true? Like the buddha, he
spend years and years searching himself through meditation and austerity for truth. On the day of his enlightnement he was able to recall thousands of
past lives. People should look within themselves for truth of this nature. Not without.