“We cannot keep the life we have on the earthplane, not our possessions or attachments or relationships. What we can keep is our memories and our feelings of what we have integrated into our heart of hearts from the experience of being here, plus the love we have shared with others. This, what we can keep, enriches God’s experience of us as well as enriching our experience of ourselves and one another. How joyful this is depends on what we did about who we are.
Each gain or loss anyone makes affects everyone else to some degree. That’s because we are connected, somehow, as sparks from The Mind of God. Everything created either has a soul or is capable of being “ensouled.” Because human beings contain larger portions of a soul mass than many other forms/beings, they represent opportunities of greater diversity, challenge, and activity. Yet even animals, minerals, plants, and planets, contain degrees of ensoulment replete with intelligence, feeling, memory, and volition. Density and shape may seem to deny this, but the creative fire is ever-present, ever-when.”
P.M.H. Atwater, in “Dying to Know You”
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