shazzam1452 wrote:I don't know if you can call a ghost a reincarnation. To me the definition of reincarnation is you come back as a person and live a life. A ghost doesn't live a life.
Lennye wrote:The problem is anything could happen. If there are ghosts, then there are reincarnations. Right?
louvicine wrote:Lennye wrote:The problem is anything could happen. If there are ghosts, then there are reincarnations. Right?
Ghost and reincarnation are different things. Both are part of different belivings.
Lenny do you think that a Ghost is a reincarnated being. jajajajajajajajajaj.
Silvita you are a bright girl, please send me a PM to talk about budism. I´m very interested. I don´t think after died people get the glory and go to the heaven if they were good in the life, while "bad" people go with the evil. this don´t have sense for me.
shazzam1452 wrote:I see what you are trying to say Lenny they are both unknowns.
But I must admit I do see a difference between ghosts and reincarnation. Just that a ghost is a spirit of someone; reincarnation is living a new life (the only difference is that this person believes that they have lived another life before this one). I'm not sure about either.
I think I am the kind of person that would have to experience it! Now that is a scarry thought.
Either if a ghost or reincartion is true, we would still come to a conclusion that there are souls. Death might not be the end of each's life. And birth might be not a pure beginning of each indiviual; it might be a repeated cycle of souls.
shazzam1452 wrote: Ok Lenny I definately understand where you are coming from and you definately put up a great argument.
What I would like to do is simplify this thread.
So what I am suggesting is that we leave ghosts out of the thread.
I will try my best to redefine the idea of reincarnation.
I haven't been able to read everything available at this website but I think it will give people a better definition of the idea of reincarnation:
I will try to look further into this site during the week.
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