Then a miracle happened, they woke up, and everybody was startled. Even more so, when the supposedly dead person talked about what they had seen and heard and read while neither heart nor brain was working.
You will of course have your own biased explanation of it all, denying it happened etc. well, why should we believe what you are writing in a forum more than books that have been written by medical doctors? Maybe you have not read these books, and you would like me to tell what they are?
I have a lot of books, not yet in order, but I could try to find some relevant ones, but it would be a waste of time, wouldn't it?
Susan Doris Wrote:
> Cells in our body make the energy They haveQuote
I see the soul or spirit as energy that
> gives animation to people.
> evolved to do this over billions of years and are
> still doing this in every generation since our
> homo sapiens-sapiens or whatever one wants to
> call it, human species became a part of life. If
> you do not believe this, why is that? Why do you
> need to add some mystical aspect to it? Are you
> dissatisfied with life? All of us have areas which
> we would like to have been better, but all the
> experiences we have had have formed our character
> from the basic nature and DNA etc we were born
> with. We have one life only and then die. I don't
> know when mine is going to end, but bovine tissue
> replacement aortic valves have an average of 8-10
> years, and I've had 6 already. So I do my best to
> enjoy every day.
> But there isn't an 'it' as such, is there. EveryQuote
Without it we are just dead material.
> part of us needs the whole system. We can live
> with a variety of parts being removed, but when
> the brain dies, the person is dead.
> What happens to a body when it is dead has beenQuote
Accidents, disease, and old age damage or
> wear out the body so that it can no longer
> function appropriately leaving the soul with no
> ability to animate people so we die. Part of who
> we are goes with it as the brain contains certain
> elements of personality.
> well known always. People can imagine that some
> *spirit* somehow leaves the body, but that is
> because we have good imaginations, not because it
> actually happens. That is delusion.