Scientists and religious scholars agree that our bodies are only vessels. So what are we? (By ilovefreedom MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 1 year ago)

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    4 months ago
    ico
    guest from Hauts-de-France, France
    You won't see a physical object or person as proof that the soul exists, because the soul is incorporeal, and has no physical properties that can be seen, measured, weighed or counted. But like a scientific theory that can be proven by a scientific experiment, the spiritual principle that the soul exists can be proven by a spiritual experiment. The spiritual experiment has nothing to do with religion and religious strictures. It simply calls upon you to "treat others as you would want to be treated". This creates the conditions that activates your soul to connect with God to turn on the flow of divine wisdom and power into your mind and body. All this would happen in spirit, so you won't be conscious of it. But you would become aware of positive changes in your life, as proof that your soul exists, as long as you continue to "treat others as you would want to be treated". Those demanding physical proof of the soul would find it through personal experience, simply by putting the above spiritual experiment to the test.
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    1 year ago
    ico
    TheNat Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Staffordshire, United Kingdom
    So obvious
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    1 year ago
    ico
    KindaPsycho MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondGold Crown from Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
    This is what we are : https://imgur.com/a/0MpwnUr
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    10 months ago
    ico
    those look like roots
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    1 year ago
    ico
    How are they using the word body in each context?
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    1 year ago
    ico
    Striker_Rokkuhato MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamond from North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
    ur mom
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    1 year ago
    ico
    Kaphokis MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Louisiana, United States
    Spirits don't exist.
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    1 year ago
    ico +3
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    Not in a religious sense, but cosmically, in a way they do.
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    4 months ago
    ico
    guest from Hauts-de-France, France
    Symudodd John Roberts a’i deulu, tua 1806, o Dy’r Capel i ffermdy y Diosg dros yr afon ar gyfer. “Tyddyn bychan gwlyb, oer, creigiog, anial, yng nghefn haul, ar ochr ogleddol llechwedd serth” oedd y Diosg; ac efe yw Cilhaul. Daeth S. R. yn gynorthwywr i’w dad fel gweinidog yn 1827; dilynodd ef fel tenant y Diosg yn 1834. Cyn 1856, yr oedd y brodyr wedi penderfynu gadael Llanbrynmair,—aeth J. R. yn weinidog i Ruthyn, a hwyliodd S. R. a Gruffydd Rhisiart i’r America. Cychwynodd S. R. o Lerpwl Mai 6, 1857; cyrhaeddodd yno ’n ol Awst 30, 1867. Yr oedd wedi ei siomi yn y gorllewin ac wedi troi ei gefn ar dŷ ei alltudiaeth,—Bryn y Ffynnon, Scott Co., East Tennessee. Cafodd ei dwyllo gan y rhai oedd yn gwerthu tir; darlunnir hwy ym Martin Chuzzlewit Dickens. Nid oedd wedi sylweddoli, hwyrach, mor erwin yw’r ymdrech mewn gwlad anial. A daeth y Rhyfel Cartrefol i andwyo ei amgylchiadau. Teimlai fod y ddwy ochr i’w beio, ac mai dyledswydd y Gogledd oedd talu pris rhyddhad y caethion i wyr y De. O 1867 ymlaen ail ymunodd y teulu, a bu’r tri brawd byw yn yr un cartref yng Nghonwy hyd nes y cludwyd hwy i’r un fynwent. Ychydig iawn oedd yn fwy adnabyddus nag S. R. yn ei ddydd yng Nghymru. Bu ef a’i frodyr mewn llu o ddadleuon,—y mae y gornestwyr oll wedi tewi erbyn hyn,—a gwnaethant lawer i ddeffro gwlad. Bu ei Gronicl yn foddion addysg i filoedd. Bu ef ei hun yn llais i amaethwyr Cymru, ac yn llais i werin yn erbyn gorthrwm o bob math. Cyhoeddwyd cofiant am dano ef a’i frodyr yn y Bala, gan y Dr. E. Pan Jones. Wele ddwy ran nodweddiadol o’i waith. Bu y Caniadau yn hynod boblogaidd; y teulu yn Llanbrynmair yw’r “Teulu Dedwydd.” Hwy hefyd yw teulu “Cilhaul,” ac y maent y darlun goreu a chywiraf o ffermwyr Cymru dynnwyd eto.
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    1 year ago
    ico
    Quite honestly I am divided. My religious aspects would agree with B and my scientific one would side with A. Overall B feels right to me however since the brain can be defined as a physical tether of the body
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    1 year ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    C: sentient consciousness. The only thing human about it is when the consciousness inhabits a human vessel. And the fact that we can retain memories despite science proving that every atom (not every cell) is replaced like once every decade proves it's more than A.