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What would you do if you were a ghost?


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#31 amymyers1973

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Posted 07 September 2007 - 05:52 PM

...for what itís worth ...Iím gonna go with not anything at all.

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JD,

Thank you for taking time to respond to what you consider to be my worthless thoughts. I appreciate your feedback.

Please understand that I was not making claims to have definitive answers, just ideas and possibilities. Nor was I attacking or deconstructing your ideas. I was only curious about your reasoning behind your ideas. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

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Posted 07 September 2007 - 06:14 PM

I personally would not want to waste my time (as a "ghost" and a human) trying to prove to some idiot that I exist.

Nor would I waste my time on idiots. But wouldn't it be fun to haunt your paranormal investigator friends? Certainly your friends are not idiots. Think of the possibilities. . . .
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Posted 07 September 2007 - 07:50 PM

Well, let's see........ How to put this???????? Hmmm.....

When I leave this world I don't expect to go through a transformation that would make me a different spirit than I already am. The question on earth bounds being the souls we encounter through our experience and other souls being in a seperate happier place remains a question for me. It carries as much weight as a possibility to me as does there only being one place. Should there be only one place, to me that would lend greater importance to using the life/earth opportunity to the fullest.

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Posted 07 September 2007 - 07:52 PM

Well, let's see........ How to put this???????? Hmmm.....

When I leave this world I don't expect to go through a transformation that would make me a different spirit than I already am. The question on earth bounds being the souls we encounter through our experience and other souls being in a seperate happier place remains a question for me. It carries as much weight as a possibility to me as does there only being one place. Should there be only one place, to me that would lend greater importance to using the life/earth opportunity to the fullest.


p.s. You will find that my views on just about every thing differ from the pack. That's just me.

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Posted 09 September 2007 - 08:38 AM

This is funny, we've had this discussion before (my friends and I). We always said we'd go and spook the hell out of people we don't like, then go visit all the ones who say "I don't believe in ghosts." And for ghost investigations on TV like "Ghost Hunter" (I love the show, BTW) I would play a "tease." lol I think I'd have fun. Maybe I didn't choose it and maybe I can't do anything about it so why not have fun with it! :-)
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Posted 09 September 2007 - 01:07 PM

But wouldn't it be fun to haunt your paranormal investigator friends?


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Posted 09 September 2007 - 10:11 PM

I'm sure I would watch over my children.
I am terrified of dying, not because I am afraid to be on the other side but, because I am afraid to leave others behind. Even though my kids are grown they very much need me for a little longer. Or maybe I need to be here for them. Im not sure which.
My ex once screamed at me that when he died he was going to come back and haunt me. He did but, I felt like he lost his anger after death and mostly just hung around. I think I would do the same until I felt like I was sure everyone had adjusted. According to a woman I know, going back and forth is a possibility as well.
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Posted 12 September 2007 - 06:22 PM

i would probably stay near my family (and haunt them for fun) but i would like to go places explore forests. i like to go to America. but then again it might get a little boring from time to time... but i could live with that :weeee:




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