Medium Stephen Wakeling Answers Your Questions

A Childish Dream
Date: 24 June 2013

Even if looks aren't important, does one still at least have the option to experience what it would be like to look like something else? Why are music, art and other physical aspects able to be perceived in the hereafter but not a body? No, it's not the most important thing - by that logic neither is music or art but they can at least still be experienced, right? I actually do need an answer to this. There's something I have always wanted to do when I die and if I don't get to do it at least for a little while, I'm going to collapse in on myself from having to accept such a paradoxical limitation in logic.

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A Childish Dream -- Ann -- 24 June 2013
Re: A Childish Dream -- Stephen Wakeling -- 26 June 2013