Those who say that there is no soul, are wrong. I will not deny the opinions of others or to prove something. I can only say that engaging in spiritual quest, I came to the conclusion that the soul of man is, but it is not from our material world, and therefore, treating the spiritual dimension can not be in physical human body and it can not ‘feel’. Why, then, anticipating a tasty meal or a treat from the contemplation of the beauties of nature, we’re not talking ‘holiday stomach’ or ‘feast for the eyes’ and say ‘a feast for the soul’? Probably because we subconsciously understand that those fleeting pleasures of this world, which we unsuccessfully catch all my life, and they slip away from us as a beautiful butterfly from the nets, are really just a pathetic copy endless and not limited by space and time of spiritual enjoyment. Also mentioned in the books of the wise, that one spark of spiritual light brings in millions of times more pleasure than all the pleasures of this world together taken at all times. Please visit John Mclaughlin if you seek more information.
Have you ever wondered why our mood does not always coincide with the calendar holidays? The yard can be New Year’s holiday update and waiting for change for the better, and a man on the soul cat scratch. But at other times, when all around are cooked in the gray series of everyday life, a person may be April Fool’s Day or New Year’s in the shower. And this is wonderful! After all calendar holidays can be counted on the fingers, and celebrations of the soul, we can arrange themselves at least every day. For me, one of the biggest holidays of the soul is a friendly feast. You’ve probably noticed that the most delicious food, eaten alone, can not be compared to taste the same food, eaten with friends. No wonder they say that a joint luncheon with friends and family brings you people can not be compared with anything else pleasure – because it has a spiritual root: when we all sit at one table, eat, toasts and singing, we are becoming, as one man with one heart. Let us be more likely to arrange themselves such celebrations of the soul! Isar Dorfman source – online newspaper One World.