You Do Not Have a Soul; You ARE a Soul

The “Wise Silence,” is what Emerson called it. Lao Tzu called it the “Tao,” Plato called it the “Good and the Beautiful”, Aristotle called it “Being.” In Zulu they call it “Moya.” In Judaism, some call it “Ein Sof”, that which is everything and is nothing. Is the Soul, in fact, separate from us? This sermon shall explore that question.

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