The soul is spoken of as invisible, inconceivable, and unchangeable. Knowing this, you should not grieve for the body.
Topic: Life Beyond Death & the Spirit World
“Weapons cannot shred the soul, nor can fire burn it. Water cannot wet it, nor can the wind dry it. The soul is unbreakable and incombustible; it can neither be dampened nor dried. It is everlasting, in all places, unalterable, immutable, and primordial. The soul is spoken of as invisible, inconceivable, and unchangeable. Knowing this, you should not grieve for the body.“
Wilson, Andrew, editor. World Scripture II. Universal Peace Federation, 2011, p. 182 [The Bhagavad Gita 2:23-25].
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The Existence of Spirit
As we approach the end of this physical life, the big question is, what happens upon our physical death? The ancient Greeks and most religious traditions affirm the immortality of the soul and the spirit, agreeing that there is life after death. But as to what form this afterlife takes, there are many opinions.
–[World Scripture II. Universal Peace Federation, 2011] p. 182
The Bhagavad Gita 2:23-25
Religions all over the world attest the reality of the spirit world and our own spiritual reality, that we are a spirit and that we have a body…. There are many scriptural texts with a similar message. In Hinduism, the Bhagavad-Gita 2:23-25 describes the eternal nature of the soul.
–Dietrich F. Seidel and Jennifer P. Tanabe, Ph.D. [Eternal Life in the Spirit World, New York (November 2017)] p. 24.