Cancer reminds us of our mortality–
That is the time when we run out of time,
at least in our present form.
When our bodies die,
our cancer dies,
at least in its physical form.
Most of us,
including those with and without cancer,
believe that a part of us survives physical death.
I was raised to believe everyone has a soul,
which either goes to heaven or hell,
depending upon the good and bad in our life.
I still believe that everyone has a soul,
but instead of going to heaven or hell,
the soul returns to the ultimate life source.
Also I believe the soul has many lives–
which we don’t really remember, or only faintly recall,
as the soul moves from one life to another.
I don’t believe our personalities carry over.
Instead, I believe that our consciousness
and our basic spiritual pattern carries over.
Maximizing the use of our highest spiritual potential strikes me
as a good thing in this life and all future lives.
If we do that, we can’t lose!
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