Re: Karma & Roules
Sep 11, 1997 11:06 AM
At 09:52 AM 9/11/97 -0400, you wrote:
>To mkr: I feel that no person is really getting killed. Just the body of
>the person is dead while the much more important rest of it is passing
>away. That passing away does not protect from problems at all, at least
>not at the beginning of such a "journey". How the left familiy is managing
>their situation also depends on what they do believe - in some countries
>they make joy-celebreations instead of furnerals because the feel so happy
>for the one passing out of duality, out of pain ...
Of course when I posted the msg, I had in mind the loss of the physical body
and the physical and emotional and financial effects of the loss on the many
who are affected by them.
>From a simplistic point of view, in majority of the cases, no matter what
those left behind believe, after the dust settles down, in the longer run
those left behind see the effects, mostly not pleasant ones, over a very
long period of time. Of course there are exceptions.
Just my thinking on the subject.
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