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Those earthly goods...

{written by : Tina Morrison}

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Article active date : 2008-12-11 -- Article views : 9633

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Is it really a sin to love material things?

Reincarnation The Neverending Journey
In Reincarnation The Neverending Journey an attempt is made to explore the conundrum of our existence. An existence that spans yesterday, today and even tomorrow. Questions surrounding the existence of the soul and our connections to the physical world, the fundamental mechanisms and the processes by which reincarnation operates through time, are carefully examined. Plausible revelations on memories and karma and their intrinsic connections to our lives today and tomorrow are explored. It is a Neverending Journey.. Your Neverending Journey....

by Pieter Heydenrych

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I can’t deny that I do enjoy my rather large collection of books, movies, paintings, and other similar stuff I surround myself with. It makes me feel good to look at some of rare books which are in my possession, well, the bottom line is; I love my things! And yes, I would be devastated if suddenly it was all taken away from me. The truth is, we’re all connected to certain things and would be deeply hurt if suddenly denied them. But such is the law of physical world that everything perishes after certain time, or, rather changes it’s original form. Those changes are due to decay when a ‘life span’ of particular object comes to an end. Everything has its own ’life span’ and everything gets old and deteriorates. But not so in original environment of Astral world. I’m referring here to Astral places, which are not ’infected’ by negativity and limitation. (Some may call those infected places ’Hell level’, where very low and dark energy maintains all the horrors of earth, and more.)

In the regions governed by ’The Light’, there is no old age or decay. Because thoughts are the living energy of creation, everything that exists on physical level has got its replica in Astral. Therefore, I believe we do not really part with things we love and cherish when the death of physical body occurs. Who said we must leave everything we love behind and live happily ever after? Well, I don’t think it would be possible. Because we ’die’, we do not suddenly change and stop loving or wanting things. Think about it; it would be damn boring in ’heaven’ if there was nothing but green fields, flying angels and harp music playing at the background. Well, this it definitely not my idea of ’heaven’ anyway. We all have our tastes, likes and dislikes. Someone who likes nice clothes for example, would surely want to dress well while in ‘heaven’. Of course, imagination plays the main part. Also, for better result, it’s important to maintain your personal freedom of thinking and choice.

The moment you surrender to ‘gurus and gods’ your true freedom is disabled and very limited. You begun to depend on ‘handouts’, taking whatever ‘god is giving you’ without a question, and shout praises about it... Sadly, majority of earth citizens do just that. Why? Because its easy. Also, to follow others feels safer. So, here goes widely spread belief, that to like and be attached to earthly things is both immoral and sinful. Some preach, that ideally you should live in poverty, sharing and giving away most of your possessions, and by doing that, you’re guaranteed a place in heaven. What a load of rubbish! If that is so, then why those so-called religious leaders are among the richest people on earth? Think again. As long as one lives in physical world, it’s not quite possible to separate yourself from material goods. Both, luxuries and essentials play important role, and it’s not a sin to enjoy and love what you possess. As long, as it’s honestly earned, it can in fact enrich your soul in the joyful feeling. Look around and see, how it makes people happy when they receive a gift of some kind. It feels great, both; to get something, and to give.

Material things are part of material world, therefore it’s not a sin to appreciate them if they make you happy.

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