posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 11:55 AM
reply to post by AfterInfinity
I like that idea. It seems in line with what we do know about death. My idea of the soul is sort of like that.
To me the soul is the entire memory one has of himself. Whenever I reflect, I am looking into my soul, my memory, every thing I've ever impressed and
expressed, and everything I've experienced with my senses and my body. Every word I've spoke is created out of the pool of knowledge stored in the
memory I have of myself. So is every dream. So is every idea.
Everything I've learned, everything I've created or destroyed is done so while referring to the memory, or conversing with the soul. Every
experience is as much a part of my soul as everything else. Every time I reflect on these experiences or imagine new ones, I'm remembering myself and
the things that have happened in relation to my entirety, all of which add to what I consider my soul.
To me, that memory of the entirety of one's being, physical and non-physical, all inward and outward expression, is what we call the soul.