Re: Irish Lunacy
- Hello PS DANTE The Magician. Are you suggesting "You can't take it
with you" applies to one's bank account but not their physical body?
Are you a believer in the resurrection body as an actual physical
body, as the Gospels claim? I personally am much more inclined
toward the idea of spiritual resurrection as opposed to physical. I
would even expand that idea and suggest we resurrect each and every
morning when we wake. Every expansion of personal consciousness and
awareness is a resurrection of sorts. Every breath is a resurrection
and an opportunity for transformation and renewal. That last thought
by the way is not just an immense gift from the cosmos; it is a
powerful (and magical) secret as well, so ssssh!
I am aware those examples are not what you are specifically
referring to. My point is I often wonder which sort of activity is
of greater benefit: deliberating upon incomprehensible cosmic
mysteries, versus reflecting upon human experiences experiences
which echo and mirror and are the human experiential parallel to
those same cosmic mysteries we love to speculate and wonder about.
--- In email@example.com, PS DANTE
>Don't suicide bombers destroy their Temple when they blow
> Without a body I wonder if there can be a resurrection body?
themselves up. I can understand the outrage against Blair however
extremism like this is middle ages stupidity.
> The Magician