Being

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A basic "being" word cloud, thematic to the premise of "connecting to the force within you", aka ones "inner being", or something along these lines.

In terms, being (TR:169) (LH:5) (TL:174), from “be”, meaning: "seven astro-theology powers in the genesis of souls [aka ba's]" (Memphis, 2800BC), + -ing, meaning: "action or process", refers to []

Overview

In c.1930, Odilie Watson (1920-2007)[1], as child, was taught the following definition of a "soul", defined as a a "living being", without a body, but having reason and free will:

 

To her young ears, she heard the word "bean", like a plant bean rather than "being". She carried this confusion in her mind, until one day, five or six decades later, she told her husband Francis Crick who laughed, and later cited the anecdote in the opening chapter of his 1995 The Astonishing Hypothesis: the Scientific Search for the Soul.[2]

Quotes

The following are quotes:

“To be, or not to be? Ay, there's the point. To die, to sleep, is that all?”
William Shakespeare (1603), Hamlet (character: prince Hamlet) [3]
Belief is half of being.”
— Robert Getchell (1993), Point of No Return (character: Amanda)[4]

End matter

See also

References

  1. Note: Watson was the 1953 illustrator (Ѻ) of DNA as it appears in Nature.
  2. Crick, Francis. (1994). The Astonishing Hypothesis: the Scientific Search for the Soul. Simon and Schuster.
  3. To be, or not to be – Wikipedia.
  4. Getchell, Robert. (1993). Point of No Return (character: Amanda) (Ѻ). Publisher.

External links

  • Being – Hmolpedia 2020.