Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: The Biggie/Just that
- At 14:57 01.02.2005, Elf-Shiree-Karen wrote:
>Whose King Olaf, whose he. I want to read about King Olaf. Are you everYep, King Olav was indeed a sweetheart and a sugarbaby, baby. He
>heared of him. Once I read something in steiner that seemed to be all
>about the mystery we had. This is what I'm thinking.
Christianized Norway about a millinnium ago; that's why they called him
holy I guess. You'd get a big kick out of his style. He simply travelled
around the country and gave people the choice between accepting Christ and
having their heads chopped off, and most of them managed to remain alive by
opting for the lesser of two evils.
Yes madam, this is a cuddly chap full of love and compassion and all that
in his soul that you find so absent in Yours Truly. It's certainly a move
in the right direction.
- Hye Simone,
Fleming shared that in the Hindu tradition that the soul incarnates
in the seventh month. And from what I was looking at today in the
Bible we have the John the Baptist soul 'jumping' at around the same
time more like six months. I am going to ask my Rabbi because I
believe my Jewish friends say it is at three months. I was under the
understanding from some friends that the Buddhists see it like this
as well. But I am going to double check.
Just to be clear I am not saying all this makes it right or wrong to
terminate a pregnancy rather I am saying it is a womans' choice. I am
just wanting to know of your opinion due to your stance at what point
you hold that the spirit comes in. You hold it at conception. Okay.