Transformation, Progression, and Evolution

“When does a boulder become a rock? When does a rock become a stone? A stone a pebble? And a pebble a grain of sand?”

(8 August 2010)

And, so is the evolutionary cycle of life for a scrap of hard, non-metallic matter.

This is not that dissimilar to the progression of a human being’s existence.  Whether it be throughout the course of one lifetime or over hundreds, how different is it?

The soul that is birthed, or re-birthed, into their current body does so laden with unresolved issues and unlearned lessons, which the physical and psychological form inherits, and so begins another ‘human condition’.  Individual circumstances of this origin and its ensuing years have been mapped out long before the soul enters a new human vessel.  Its parents, siblings, geography, education, employment, income, status, Continue reading “Transformation, Progression, and Evolution”