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Initial post: Jun 25, 2007 11:04:59 PM PDT
Samantha says:
I am very interested in hearing people's thoughts about whether we plan our lives before we incarnate. I believe that we plan our lives in great detail for purposes of spiritual growth.

Robert Schwartz
author, Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?
www.CourageousSouls.com

Posted on Apr 14, 2014 1:08:38 PM PDT
george owens says:
Plan: A detailed scheme or method for the accomplishment of an object. Bingo! Man is atom, the object, a non living organism . . .detailed (breath, spirit) by the only living source there is. . . You! This is not muddy waters, its simple, most things are when you can get it. The atom is 99.8 nothing, the one ninth of one percent that makes 99.999999999 is you the whole, which is everything that "Is." There is only one thing that is forever and that is You. You who give life, not as a part, as the whole. The whole can never be divided, its indivisible by its nature, if it wasn't it couldn't and wouldn't be considered the whole. If someone sells you pie, and when you get home the smallest piece is missing, you did not buy a whole pie.

Nothing is whole if something missing. You are a "whole" forever, never in jeopardy. Your like a director in a movie that he also acts/stars in. Its fun, its play drama and you can't get hurt. The character suffers, not you. You are perfect and cannot be imperfect, again your character can experience separation, degradation, and death. But never you. Drama is fun as long as your the spectator. So enjoy, plan
big. . .its the greatest show in the cosmos, and a continum on the broadway of artistic, creative, infinity; this is what we do and we do it forever and a day. buckowens67@gmail.com
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