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Daisy Mwikali
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How do we escape the reincarnation trap?

Life is very beautiful and the will to live is wired into us by nature. This is not always the case when we see cases of suicide and people “throwing their life away” through reckless living.

In addition, other people are dealt the worst cards of life and seem to live a miserable life. In such cases reincarnation can be an opportunity for them to experience the better side of life. That said, it could also be a trap to go through the same hurt and pain over and over again.

Assuming reincarnation exists for all, how do we escape the unending cycle or life and death? Is there anything else beyond the cycle and can we choose or alter the preset fate that life serves us.

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  1. Our mind and comprehension is limted to this world and if reincarnation exists or not, it is outside the consciousness of this world and won't matter either way. Just like a baby in a womb, not a single day of their 9 month journey is spent thinking or worrying about what came before or after. EvenRead more

    Our mind and comprehension is limted to this world and if reincarnation exists or not, it is outside the consciousness of this world and won’t matter either way. Just like a baby in a womb, not a single day of their 9 month journey is spent thinking or worrying about what came before or after. Even if they did, that wouldn’t matter. They are in a different system with different rules.

    Reincarnation, if it exists, is like karma. Do good and it will bounce back to you in another life . Do bad and the same happens. Same thing applies with heaven and hell.

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  1. if reincarnation and operates as people have suggested: independent from the subject, then we can never escape before realising we are trapped in a cycle. It is a chicken vs egg paradox.

    if reincarnation and operates as people have suggested: independent from the subject, then we can never escape before realising we are trapped in a cycle. It is a chicken vs egg paradox.

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