Reincarnation—Even God Recycles!

The idea of reincarnation is eminently logical. If we lived only one lifetime, an argument could be made that the universe is a chaotic, random crapshoot that renders any spiritual insight, and indeed our very existence, as ultimately insignificant.

Reincarnation is consistent with the concept of a benevolent universe in that we get unlimited opportunities to atone for our errors, learn the lessons we need to learn, and complete our life’s work.

Some may view reincarnation as a lifetime pass for goofing off. After all, why work on enlightenment today when you can put it off, well, pretty much forever? Fine, take your time. This childlike attitude is self-correcting no matter how many lifetimes are squandered. A child with a free pass in a vast amusement park will tire of it soon enough. Eventually, we all heed that inner urging which calls upon us to lift our gaze heavenward.

There is no procrastination penalty other than a fleeting sense of regret. The moment you stop hitting life’s snooze button and open your eyes to the beauty and joy that awaits you, you will marvel that you waited so long to awaken.

It is the secret of the world that all things subsist and do not die, but only retire a little from sight and afterwards return again. . . Nothing is dead; men feign themselves dead, and endure mock funerals and mournful obituaries, and there they stand looking out of the window, sound and well, in some new and strange disguise.
Ralph Waldo Emerson


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4 Responses to “Reincarnation—Even God Recycles!”

  1. Deb Reilly Says:

    Hi Phil,

    Your post on CwG today, 10/4, prompted another visit to your blog. I enjoyed re-reading Desiderata, and learning who the author was.

    Reincarnation is logical. It would provide all of us with the opportunity to finally get it right. It would explain why there are some who have dedicated their lives to a higher purpose, while others seem to trudge along without one. Reincarnation would fix the ‘flaw’ of free will.

    But we get one life, one glorious life, to do our best. At the end of our lives, no matter how short or long, enlightened or confused, selfless or selfish, our spirits experience the enormity and perfection of God we could not on Earth. There is no need for atonement. We’ll be home.

    God bless you.

  2. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Well said, Deb. Thank you for visiting my blogosphere. I hope you’ll return soon and often.

  3. Jarett Says:

    Hey Phil,

    Fun post! Out of my own experiences and realizations I have no doubt that I am who I am today because of karma/choices from previous lives.

    In Dr. Bruce Lipton’s “Biology of Belief” book he goes on to explain from a cellular biological point of view that reincarnation is fully supported even by science. If you haven’t already read this popular book, it’s a wonderful read.

  4. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Thanks, Jarett! I’ve heard of Lipton’s book but haven’t read it. Didn’t know about the reincarnation angle in it. I’ll have to check that out!

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