Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin

Predestination of the Soul


With my last post, I discussed the existence of soul mates. Upon careful reflection, the existence of soul mates opens the door for another supposition; the predestination of the soul. If we allow ourselves to embrace the possibility that some individuals are perfectly made to compliment another, then we must open ourselves to the possibility that we as human creations are also designed for other specific purposes which we are intended to fulfill during our mortal lives.

Most of us accept that we are individuals. Each of us has unique talents and shortcomings that make us who we are. If this understanding is founded, then is it fair to assume that we are created with our own peculiarities to fill a specific niche in the grand design. Honestly, it is refreshing that not every single individual has the same abilities. If we were all especially talented as artists, but none among us had the ability to implement engineering concepts, or grow food, or any of thousands of other possibilities, then our overall quality of life would suffer in this world of modern interdependence.

Of course not every individual uses the talents that they have, or live long enough to touch the lives of others with the skills they are endowed with. However, everyone still has a role to play in the lives of others, either as a child, a parent, and a friend or in some other capacity. We all touch the lives of others in some specific way. In the words of John Donne, “No man is an island.” Is it then possible that we are all a part of some intricate puzzle in which each of us plays an essential role despite the grandeur or lack thereof of the life we lead?

In my series, The Corporeal Pull my main character, Terra of the Tweens is charged with the task of analyzing earth bound souls and helping to choose the path that will best lead each individual towards the best fruition of talent and inherent purpose. This task eventually overwhelms her as she is forced to account for the multi-dimensionality of humanity instead of dealing with only the black-and-white details. We are, after all subject to free will that can lead our lives in an infinite variety of directions.

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