Regina, Saskatchewan; Canada
My belief is openly scizophrenic, how can one keep one mind or personality in such a cloudy subject or notion as "Ghosts". It is flipflopping and ticklishy amid many. I can't decide how to believe in ghosts, though I feel certain I do believe in them. Though I have some difficulty with a complete segration of nature and ghost, good and evil, demon and angel, heaven and hell. It seems there must be always a bit of either in other. Though one of these aspects might become evanid or faint to a point where it is unvisible to most observers, even to the owner. Often when we think in these notions, it seems, we will call seperate entities the various personalities and attributes of our own ghost to say that we don't have a personal relationship with these qualities, but they are intruders from another realm. There are some evils in all of us, aren't there? Are they seperate ghosts? I don't believe more strongly that they are than that they are probably just nature. To me most of the time, all bodies, ghostly and wordly, are bodies of nature, the foundation of one realm, not special exempted segregations where some are inside nature and some outside, or inside good and outside. I said "detached" from nature earlier but that was more imagination speaking. Segregation or seperation is an aspect of a human plan, not a divine or natural one, we are all part of everything and everything is part of us--there is no escaping nature, we have it and all its potentials, forever, only able to partialy control what fully controls our fate. And Isn't this how and where we learn, in and at much friction of differences, ghostly and wordly? If there was no friction would we feel anything at all?
[This message has been edited by Essorant (11-03-2002 12:25 PM).]