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Why I Believe in Reincarnation, Mr Alain Jean-Mairet

Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders
in response to reader comment: What a pity, what a waste

Submitted by Anne-Marie Delcambre (France), Jan 31, 2010 at 05:00

"It is no more surprising to be born twice than once ; everything in nature is resurrection" (Voltaire)

Dear Alain Jean Mairet, I believe in the immensity of our human purpose : at each moment we are all we have been , AND A PROPHECY OF WHAT WE WILL BE.

It has become increasingly clear TO ME that -at the instant of death- we have our moment of truth. I am confident that there is a reason for everything that happens to is, even through we cannot readily discern it.

l CANNOT RECOGNIZE THE "WHY" OF ALL THAT OCCURS DURING LIFE BUT...the question of reincarnation explains in a believable way WHY I STAND WITH DANIEL PIPES;

This question of reincarnation is a challenge to the validity of my views about islam and confronts me with your doubts. I believe in the greatness of his purpose : the fight against leftists and islamicists .

My activities seem to lack purpose. But I am with hIm all the way. Is it a fate worse than death, dear Alain Jean-Mairet ?


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