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Poetry, Quotes, Unconventional

Food for Thought

“As new thoughts are accepted and then adopted, old thoughts are discarded. As new beliefs are adopted, old beliefs are discarded. Planes of existence are linked to the current accepted theology or ideology. At one point in time, men had many beliefs. More important to this case, men had many gods. The mind operates differently when it’s a soul than when it’s a mind. With the invention of religion men created places for their souls to rest after they left their body hosts. Each religion had a place for reward and a place for punishment. But the important thing here is that there were many of these places. The number of souls out there is vast Miguel, so it was beneficial to have many places for them to transit before they were used up again. That time could amount to what you call eternity.”
~The Gardener.

From: Beneath the Oak Tree. 2013(c)CGR.Pink

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