Reincarnation- Will you reborn after death??

India
March 15, 2007 12:54pm CST
Reincarnation, literally meaning to be made flesh again is a mystical belief that some part of the living being(soul) survives after death to be reborn in a new body. But whereas it is accepted by many cultures, it is outrightly rejected by others. What is your view about this, based on your culture and religion?
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@ashjoe76 (1434)
• India
15 Mar 07
I do not believe in reincarnation if you are talking about its religious implication. But I guess what we have learnt through scientific studies and perceptive analyses of other forms leads us to a more informed understanding of a plausible reincation. I mean, the way how our bodies disintegrate as the worms eat us up and how it merges in the soil and takes some other form of life, either as plants that grow out of the soil of as the cells that they become once eaten by animals. It just keeps going on like that.
• India
16 Mar 07
But my learned friend, if we consider scientific researches also, when the researchers interrogate those people who claim to remember incidents of their past life, in many cases the evidences they provide come out to be true. For example, they give details of the places, which they have never visited in the present life with such a perfection that only a person who has lived there for his entire life can only answer. These evidences have really confused the researchers for long.
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@msqtech (15075)
• United States
30 Mar 07
All knowledge cannot be explained by science. I think that until all is explained then we shouldnt be denying possibilities.
@msqtech (15075)
• United States
30 Mar 07
I think that God has a plan and, if God wills it, it will happen.