Sell your soul?

bobsecret

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Do people sell their souls for fame and fortune?

Take a look at this video and tell me if you think they are simply tricks?

 

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Do people sell their souls for fame and fortune?

No, humans never had a soul to begin with and happily will never have such a thing. All merely in the imagination. Just animals, inventive and destructive.
 

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Finished Symphony said:
Do people sell their souls for fame and fortune?

No, humans never had a soul to begin with and happily will never have such a thing. All merely in the imagination. Just animals, inventive and destructive.
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=x-small]Neurosurgeon Dr Eben Alexander was convinced out-of-body experiences were hallucinations — until he went into a coma himself and had what he now believes was a glimpse of heaven. [/font][/size]


[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=x-small]In this second extract from his book The Map Of Heaven, Dr Alexander, who has taught at Harvard Medical School, reveals many others have also seen what he described.[/font][/size]
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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2799385/glimpses-life-brain-surgeon-told-saw-heaven-coma-today-reveals-stories-say-ve-similar-life-changing-experiences.html#ixzz3wmh4uviI 
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Rick said:
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=x-small]Neurosurgeon Dr Eben Alexander was convinced out-of-body experiences were hallucinations — until he went into a coma himself and had what he now believes was a glimpse of heaven. [/font][/size]


[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=x-small]In this second extract from his book The Map Of Heaven, Dr Alexander, who has taught at Harvard Medical School, reveals many others have also seen what he described.[/font][/size]
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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2799385/glimpses-life-brain-surgeon-told-saw-heaven-coma-today-reveals-stories-say-ve-similar-life-changing-experiences.html#ixzz3wmh4uviI 
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Not really evidence though is it? Scientists are still working away on how the brain functions and because they don't have the answers to everything does not mean "because of heaven". What is it with humanity? Why do they have to invent fiction to get through the day? Humans will believe anything that makes them feel good. Logic and reasoning be damned. No evidence of god or heaven or unicorns, none.  Humans are liars, we all know this.  Plenty of evidence for that.
 

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Yes all those Dynamo type tricks are just clever tricks.

I will now disappear >-<
 
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