Have you ever thought you might have lived before? Has there ever been a time when you stood somewhere and thought to yourself that you’d been there before. Even though you know you’ve never been.

Is it possible that your best friend is someone you’ve known in a previous life and that’s why you get along so well in this one.

What about the instanteous connection you feel with a person in a crowd place-bar, subway or airport? In the moment your eyes meet, it’s like you know every secret he holds in his heart. Could that man have been someone you knew better some other century?

In many cultures, the butterfly represents re-birth or reincarnation.

I’m not sure I want to have to keep coming back to earth, trying to learn a lesson that I haven’t been told about. Yet the romantic part of me believes it’s possible for us to come back-to right wrongs we’ve caused others or get a second chance at love. The cynical side says it all implanted in our DNA. Primative memories hidden deep in our psyche, released during times of stress or heightened awareness.

Which are you-a romantic or a cynic?

Have a great day.

“Seduce my mind and you can have my body. Find my soul and I’m yours forever.” –Anonymous

12 Responses “Reincarnation”

  1. T.A.Chase says:

    Mistress Anna…I believe there are lessons we’re meant to learn in our lives as well. Not sure what they are or how we figure out if we’ve learned them or

    Being a romantic on the weekends is perfect. Helps relax you, I’m sure.

  2. Mistress Anna says:

    Cynic, but as a true cynic I would say realist..:)I’m only cynic during the week thou. Weekends I reserve for being a romantic. I’m both, depends on the topic. On the topic of reincarnation. It makes sense to me. I think were here to learn.

  3. T.A.Chase says:

    sure…I guess it’s possible to be both, Paige. I’ve always had the belief that you’ll love who you’re meant to love..whether that person is male or female. doesn’t make a difference. It’s the whole soulmate thing.

  4. Paige Burns says:

    I’m not sure I believe in reincarnation, but I do believe in that connection, so can I be a romantic cynic?

  5. T.A.Chase says:

    Will do, Jenna. Crossing my fingers..rubbing the rabbit’s foot. Um..I’m trying to think of some other good luck things I can do for you.

  6. Jenna Howard says:

    Yes, babe. I can use all te luck I can get.

  7. T.A.Chase says:

    If he does, then I guess you mourn a little (crying or pouting is good). If he doesn’t, you take a deep breath and take another short step to the edge of the cliff. We’ll all be here to support you no matter what.

    Should I keep my fingers crossed that he doesn’t tell you to get bent?

  8. Jenna Howard says:

    Good point, T.A.

    I have to confess I’d rather be a romantic than a cynic. Otherwise…why am I looking for what I’m am?

    The clock ticks down, minute by minute – closer and closer. I dread what is coming. What if he tells me to get bent? Worse…what if he doesn’t?

  9. T.A.Chase says:

    Ah yes, Sherrill..human nature can bring a romantic to her knees. But there has to be a little romantic left in you as seen in the stories you write.

  10. Sherrill Quinn says:

    I’m a cynic, definitely. 20 years in Human Resources, watching people push the envelope, trying to get as much as they could that they weren’t entitled to but thought they were… well, it will wear down even the most romantic. LOL

  11. T.A.Chase says:

    {{{Jenna}}} Sometimes technology can be a bad thing. If we just had phones to talk to each other, we’d think twice of calling someone late at night, but being able to email them gives us a lot of rope to hang ourselves with. I’ve been there.

    Maybe the romantic part of you is what’s making you so nervous and worried. There’s a connection between you and whoever you emailed and you don’t want to lose that.

    We all make asses of ourselves at times in our lives. And most of us don’t have nearly as good an excuse as you do.

    Keeping my fingers crossed for you, sweets.

  12. Jenna Howard says:

    I like to believe I’m a romantic. But…it’s razor edge right now. I suppose it depends on how bad I just messed up, doesn’t it?

    When a girl is having a tough time and the insomnia is back, she should not be allowed to email. Seriously…she should not (and no…it’s not who you all think). And now she’s clock watching, her stomach not doing so well as she prays with all her might she didn’t make a huge ass out of herself.

    Does that make me a romantic? Because the cynical side to my personality has enough power to bring me to my knees…again.

    Really. I should not be allowed to email. I think I’m going to barf. Isn’t that a romantic image?

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