- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jo Ann Schwartz
>Sister Jo: Your "Who knows...." is quite ok by me...though I'm
> --- gaelman58 wrote:
> > Are you saying, Sister Jo, that from the point of view of
> > the "incarnating spirit"...it might be more of a question
> > asked of the prospective parents?...perhaps, "Do you love
> > me?"...Gman
> Gaelman, Gaelman, Gaelman....
> No. I am saying that sometimes the old cliche is correct,
> and it's not all about you, it's about me (where 'you' is
> the parents-to-be and 'me' is the incarnating spirit).
> That was my question after all, "what benefit might an
> incarnating spirit receive from such a brief dip into
> That such a brief dip into incarnation may have a negative
> benefit for the prospective parents may not even enter into
> the calculation. Or the benefit to the incarnating spirit
> might be thought to be worth it. Who knows, maybe the
> parents and the incarnating spirit worked this all out in
> advance, and the spirits of the prospective parents made a
> gift of this experience to the spirit of the prospective
> But this brings us into realms of airy-fairy speculation
> and I don't particularly want to go *there* either. That
> is why I said this could be carried as an "unanswered
> Alas, I am all out of easy-peasy answers on this one.
> Musing, who knows what makes sense to us on the other
thinking, with you it might be a statement...and as things happen
presently in these parts...for me, it's a guestion..regards, G.
>who travel the way with us. O, be swift to love! Make haste to be
> "Life's short and we never have enough time for the hearts of those
kind." --Henri-Frederic Amiel