There’s A lot of Talk About Living Forever… You Can Count Me Out

CreatespaceCover The Celtic PrinceMy son sent me a link to an article about humans living forever. Immortality through technology. I have no interest in living forever. Creepy… scary… like being stuck in a submarine with no way out. I would however, enjoy living a healthy life into my 100’s. To stop the dying process would be to stop ourselves from going into the great beyond… heaven… the otherworld. Why would we want to do that? Just because we don’t know what happens after we die? What’s wrong with… surprise! You’re an elephant! Or surprise! You’re on the next level of humanity because you did so well last time?

This world is a beautiful place… most of the time… for many of us. But it’s a real hell hole for others who live in unfortunate circumstances in dangerous and inhospitable regions. Folksinger, Arlo Guthrie has a response to the statement, there’s always someone worse off than you. Arlo says, “What about that last guy…” the poor guy who is so unfortunate, no one has it worse.

I could give you the same reasons we’ve always heard. “You get so old, all of your friends are dead.” Good point, even if it is a cliche. It’s just that I spend a lot of time in nature observing that life goes around and around. Life and rebirth. When it’s my turn, why would I want to give that up? Life might be even more beautiful on the other side.  Suellen Ocean is the author of many books on diverse topics. Her books are available here:

The Battle Between Our Higher and Lower Selves

The battle between our higher and lower selves rages constantly. It’s a cycle that goes round and round. When our lower self pushes us to make unhealthy choices it’s as natural as soil erosion on a rainy day. It’s nature’s way to break us down physically so that we’ll be fodder for the next cycle of life. There’s nothing we can do to change that. But we can slow it down. We throw mulch on our yards to keep the rain from washing our topsoil away. So if we want to live longer we should listen when our higher self says, “Don’t do that… not good”. Suellen Ocean is the author of the historic novel The Lies of the Lion Available here:

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