Immortality Of The Soul Quotes

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Criss Jami
“If I were to believe in God enough to call him a murderer, then I might also believe enough that he, as a spirit, exists beyond death; and therefore only he could do it righteously. For the physical being kills a man and hatefully sends him away, whereas God, the spiritual being, kills a man and lovingly draws him nigh.”
Criss Jami, Healology

Criss Jami
“Like most arts, the link between the mind and the pen can chain you like an enslaved workaholic. Even on an intended vacation you suddenly have this killer urge to record whatever the vacation may teach.”
Criss Jami, Healology

Brian L. Weiss
“I believe we can see the future because some part of us responds to the fact that past, present, and the future are one, occurring in a simultaneous time... Quite literally the future is now, and even on this planet we can shape our 'nows' by our actions. That is why it is so important to prepare not only for the rest of our lives but for all our lives to come--for immortality.”
Brian L. Weiss, M.D.

“A shaman and a writer each serve as their communities’ seers by engaging in extraordinary acts of conscientious study of the past and the present and predicting the future. An inner voice calls to the shaman and an essayistic writer to answer the call that vexes the pernicious spirit of their times. Shamanistic writers induce a trance state of mind where they lose contact with physical reality through a rational disordering of the senses, in an effort to encounter for the umpteenth time the great unknown and the unutterable truths that structure existence. An afflicted person seeking clarification of existence cannot ignore the shamanistic calling of narrative exposition. Thus, I shall continue this longwinded howl – making a personal immortality vessel – into the darkness of night forevermore.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“If the soul is immortal then it is one with the Godhead.”
N. K. David

Dmitry Glukhovsky
“You know,” says Mr. Schreier, handing me the glass. “Eternal life and immortality are different things, aren’t they? Eternal life here…” – he touches his chest – “… and immortality here…” – he touches his finger to his temple. “Eternal life,” he chuckles, “is included in the basic social benefits package. But immortality is only accessible to the chosen few. And I think… I think you could attain it.”

“Attain it? But aren’t I already one of the Immortals?” I joke.

“The difference is the same as between a man and an animal.” He suddenly shows me his empty face again. “Obvious to the man and not obvious to the animal.”

“You mean I still need to evolve.”
Dmitry Glukhovsky, FUTU.RE

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Aging is a mortal term that my immortal spirit doesn't quite grasp.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes: Quotes, Thoughts, & a Little Poetry for Every Day of the Year

N.T. Wright
“If the promised final future is simply that immortal souls will have left behind their mortal bodies, why then death still rules - since that is a description, not of the defeat of death, but simply of death itself, seen from a different angle.”
N.T. Wright, Surprised by Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“The only way anyone can hope to live after death is if he leaves something that posterity can remember him for.”
Bangambiki Habyarimana

Radclyffe Hall
“The doctors cannot make the ignorant think, cannot hope to bring home the sufferings of millions; only one of ourselves can someday do that...It will need great courage but it will be done, because all things must work toward ultimate good; there is no real wastage and no destruction.”
Radclyffe Hall

Abigail   George
“Like water our ideals for writing what seems at first to be a calling to pen a masterpiece, it at first can be pure, fluid even (words can come easily) but we also have to learn to work with what our eyes glaze over as weak substitutes, words that we think have no substance to what we are learning towards. What is every poet's intention? Their intention is to forge, nullify, create, defend, fill the reader with the awe and inspiration that every poet themselves craves. They want to carve a name for themselves in the annals of history, leave a not so quiet legacy behind. Poets want immortality or rather they want their words to become immortal. Perhaps even Marlowe and Shakespeare had discussions about this.”
Abigail George, Feeding The Beasts

Lauren Lola
“They're funny things, legacies are. They can make a person's good-doings extend beyond his or her lifetime, and burden everyone else around who's related to live up to or better it. But they're always very important to maintain to the best of one's ability because that's as close to immortality one can get.”
Lauren Lola, An Absolute Mind

Akshmala Sharma
“If death is all about parting with body then immortality is about being dead when alive.”
Akshmala Sharma

Abhijit Naskar
“Reincarnation of soul does not happen, but reincarnation, renovation and evolution of ideas do.”
Abhijit Naskar, Lord is My Sheep: Gospel of Human

Soroosh Shahrivar
“Ali roared and his words
They just set me free
Rumble in the jungle little boy
Go and show your teeth

Tingle on your tongue, burn 'em slow
Sting 'em like a bee
Be humble in your core, bar the door
Let the doubters be
Let the doubters be

Redemption for an eternity
In the flesh, in the bone
Sturdier than a rhino’s horn
In my breath, in my tone
Levitate off of an angel’s song
This is the modern day halcyon
Straight from the immortal champion”
Soroosh Shahrivar, Letter 19

Kelleen Goerlitz
“[S]he will be the warm breeze on your face; the solid ground beneath you; she will be the joyous sunrise; the quiet sunset; she will be the warmth in your heart; the song in your voice. She will be what you let her, a constant of peace.”
Kelleen Goerlitz, The Complete Works of a Lost Girl