Daily Prompts: Karma Chameleon

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Re-incarnation : do you believe in it?

Re-incarnation is the philosophical or religious concept that the soul or spirit after biological death can begin a new life in a new body.This doctrine is a central tenet of the Hindu religion.

Professor Jim Tucker believes past lives are possible. Here is one story I read, “when I was your age, I changed your diaper,” said the dark-haired boy to his father. Ron, the father looked down at his smiling son , who had not yet turned two. He thought he had misheard him.

But as Sam made similar remarks over the next few months,-Ron and wife Cathy pieced together an odd story. Sam believed that he was his deceased grandfather , Ron’s late father, who had returned to his family.

The parents asked the baby, “how did you come back?”

He responded, “I just went whoosh and came out the portal.”

The parents were stunned to hear him use the word,’portal.’

I always thought of re-incarnation as a fairy tale, until I read these stories, now I’m not sure what I think.

………………………. 🙂

4 thoughts on “Daily Prompts: Karma Chameleon

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this about reincarnation.

    It may occur. Who knows? I believe it is quite merciful that we are allowed to forget some things. The current life is quite heavy enough sometimes. I can’t imagine having this life *and* another to remember.

    People talk of past-life experiences. I seek a current life-experience :-).

    All good wishes,


    • Thank you , I had written it once before, I didn’t think I wanted to post
      the same thing again. I’m glad you liked it. I’ve thought of re-incarnation many times,
      I only wanted to read about humans who’ve undergone this experience. 🙂

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