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Debates: [Oct. 9th, 2007|12:40 am]
Austin Wright
Matt won't let me argue with people on his class....Boo.

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According to a little research I did, reincarnation literally means to "to be made flesh again". It is a mystical belief that some essential part (a spirit or soul) of a living being survives death to be reborn in a new body. Is this a true phenomena, or a ray of hope for those who aren't sure of what will come after death, or does is provide comfort when a loved one passes? Have you ever lost someone near and dear to your heart, and hoped that their spirit will live on in another time and place? I'm not sure if it's real, but I do think it's a possibility. The idea that we have all had past lives, and will have future lives after this one, absolutely astounds me. Reincarnation is almost like being given a second chance. If reincarnation does exist, I wonder how my lives or chances we get. Does destiny play its part and let us be born again and again until have fulfilled our purpose? Once we fill our purpose, does reincarnation end, and that's where the afterlife begins? I hope this topic will open a whole new discussion on this matter, as I am quite eager to gain insight into what others think.

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According to a little research I did, [Oreo-regeneration] literally means to "to be made [Oreo] again". It is a mystical belief that some essential part (a spirit or soul) of an [Oreo] survives death to be reborn in a new [package]. Is this a true phenomena, or a ray of hope for those who aren't sure of what will come after [the eating of an Oreo], or does is provide comfort when a loved one [loses an Oreo]? Have you ever lost [an Oreo] near and dear to your heart, and hoped that their spirit will live on in another time and place? I'm not sure if it's real, but I do think it's a possibility. The idea that we have all had [eaten Oreos], and will have future lives after this one, absolutely astounds me. [Oreo-regeneration] is almost like being given a second chance. If [Oreo-regeneration] does exist, I wonder how my lives or chances we get. Does destiny play its part and let [those oreos] be born again and again until have fulfilled [their] purpose? Once [they] fill [their] purpose, does [Oreo-regeneration] end, and that's where [Oreo-heaven] begins? I hope this topic will open a whole new discussion on this matter, as I am quite eager to gain insight into what others think.
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