Painting the Complete Picture
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The Soul's Journey
Article by Charles E.J. Moulton
Putting all of the thoughts that fit into this subject is not easy, especially because of the complex nature of the matter. The common denominator, however, is the soul's journey. If you are so far spiritually as to want to dive into this subject, stick around.
I just finished reading the unauthorized biography of George Michael, written by Emily Herbert (John Blake Books, 2017). My reading material is always accompanied by other research, my instinct as an author being to formulate what I've learned in words. In George Michael's case, the many videos that I watched were followed by YouTube commentary. I usually don't read these comments. This time, I did, for some reason, and found the discrepancy between viewpoints. Many viewers stated that George, Yog to his friends, lived on in the afterlife. To me, that is evident.
Other viewers went on to say:
"No, he dead!"
I used to get really upset about people adamantly opposed to my opinion, trying to convince them that, of course, he lives on, of course, there is a God, of course, there is reincarnation.
"How can you NOT think so?!" I would bellow. "You HAVE to think so!!!"
Nowadays, I know that everyone has their own perspective to work from, by path, by choice, by experience. The perspectives are often contradictory.
As a protester against illegal organ transplantation in China told me: "You cannot change anyone. You have to inspire change!"
Everyone reacts negatively to the words: "You're wrong!"
What you have to ask would be:
"Tell me how you came to that conclusion?"
Human beings want to find their own path. Help them find it. How? Buy this book.