Monday, November 4, 2013

At The Tomb

Some people think that when we die the body disintegrates and become so much cosmic dust.  The rest of us, if there is a rest of us, just rejoins universal energy in the great flow of God in the Cosmos.  But I have read about too many "odd" things, like cures, that happened at grave sights of people who lived good lives, "saint" is the name we give to them in my church.  So I tend to believe there is more going on with the person after death, regardless of how they look after a few years in the ground, or even cremated for that matter.

1 comment:

  1. Isn't that kind of like relics? Something of the essence of the person imbued in the ground where they were interred or imbued in the things they used in life or were a part of their body (such has nails and hair). Hopefully I won't know the truth for a while, but it's comforting to think that if I live a good life, those standing on my "hallowed" ground will think of me with positive thoughts and those thoughts will "cure" whatever troubles they may be having. I think I want to be a placebo for good when I'm gone.