How good is it to remember tragic events?

The last two weeks we have seen movie after movie about the death of Princess Diana and the landslide at Thredbo in New South Wales. Both events happened 20 years ago and as I was looking at anniversary services and other things, it crossed my mind why we repeat these events. Early Australians have a policy that when someone dies their image should never be shown. Isn’t it hard to understand why?

Many have disappeared from my life over the years and possibly as a result of all the repetitions of these death scenes, many of them are coming fresh to my mind. It became very gloomy to look back and tie myself to the mood of the moments when they were gone. As we say in the West, “life goes on,” but these repeated reminders of how some lives end are useless.

Every year the world remembers wars, devastating battles, natural disasters and terrorist events, such as September 11 in the US We are not allowed to forget and move on as each of these takes us back in time. We surely know in our hearts how these things affected us, so do we really need to be constantly reminded of them?

Due to my memory of reincarnation and the bond with the Spirit of the Universe, I know that we have all returned to life after death. This is mentioned in the Bible (Job 5: 19-21) but few pay attention to it. It also says that we will all be back in our bodies during the last days (Isaiah 26:19). That means that death should be celebrated and not mourned.

The end is fast approaching and the massive increase in population speaks to the truth of these words, as those who have passed on are reuniting with the living. The Spirit has used death to send his people around the world and is now gathering them back into their own space (ibid 42: 16-18).

Religions do not know how the Spirit works and are responsible for anniversaries and rituals that they claim are beneficial to the dead. Now, however, many are awakening to lies and equally know that heaven and hell are tricks to deceive the masses.

With that in mind, it is crazy to remember the dead because we may soon be breastfeeding them as babies. Many have given proof of past lives and have led investigators to the place where they died. Some have even solved her murder, while others have met with parents whose children died in their youth.

Dr. Ian Stevenson spent 40 years researching reincarnation stories and created many videos of the evidence he collected. The question is why are we so caught up in the past when the future is before us? Why be so interested in death that we cannot see the true life and promises of God?

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