“In the ancient Vedas it says that the part of us that doesn’t believe in death will never die. This simple definition of the soul is not a bad one. It accurately describes everyone’s secret belief that death may be real for some but not for us. Psychologists are impatient with this feeling of personal immortality. They claim that we use it to defend ourselves against the inescapable fact that one day we will die. But what if the opposite is true? What if feeling immortal and beyond death is the most real thing about us?”
Deepak Chopra, in “How to Know God”
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