Have you ever wondered how it is possible that there are “Child Prodigies,” capable to compete with mastery and surpass the skills of adults that have dedicated their lives to the development of art and science? Here are a few examples:
-Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was playing the piano when he was 3 years old, and he composed his first symphony when he was 5.
– Pablo Picasso was a master painter at the age 4.
– Howard Phillips Lovecraft was able to recite poetry when he was 2 years old.
– William James Sidis was reading when he was 18 months old. When he was 7 years old, he had already written 4 books and spoke 8 languages. He gave a lecture at Harvard when he was 9, and he started studying at that university at just 11 years old.
– Michael Kearney started to speak... Read more
Nicodemus asked Jesus, “Rabbi, what should I do to enter the kingdom of God?” And Jesus replied, “You must be born again.”
For centuries, great Indian and Egyptian philosophers talked about the transmigration of the soul, the immortality of the soul, and the reincarnation and plurality of existences. Later, Pythagoras also discussed these topics in his Metempsychosis. And two thousand years ago, our Divine Teacher Jesus said to us, “That which is born of flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not marvel that I said to you: You must be born again.”
What is Reincarnation? It is the rebirth of the Spirit in the physical realm. Allan Kardec, the Father of Spiritism, uses the term Plurality of Existence to better define it. It is based on the immortality of the soul and its constant evolution through millennia of existence.
Why do we reincarnate? Have you thought about how unfair it would be if we only had a few years to exist, to develop, to love and be loved, to strive... Read more
Who is that woman with the distinctive air, simply dressed, although well cared for, who is accompanied by an equally modestly dressed young girl? They enter a sordid looking house where the lady is obviously well known because they are greeted with respect as they enter.
Where is she going? Up to the garret where a mother lies surrounded by her many children. On their arrival happiness bursts forth upon the thin faces. This is because the woman has come to soothe their pains. She has brought everything they need,tempered with gentle and consoling words which allows her protégés, who are not professional beggars, to accept these benefits without blushing.
The father is in hospital and while he is there the mother is unable to provide the necessities of life with her work. By the grace of this good woman these poor children will no longer feel cold nor hungry; they will go to school well-clothed and, for the smaller ones, the mother’s breasts which feed them will not go dry. If any... Read more
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