Always Going To Wonder

“Do you ever thing about reincarnation?”

“In what sense?”

“Maybe we are the reincarnation of our ancestors. So we really are living our lives over and over like a messed up version of purgatory.”

“I’m not even sure how that would work. What if your family line ends?”

“Then your family line ends. Would explain our need to multiply. Each birth is another chance at life.”

“Then where do the extra people come from?”

“I don’t know. Okay lets say that if your family line ends then you join another family somewhere else and start over. That could be where the idea of soul mates comes from.”

“I think that the idea of soul mates is dumb enough on its own let alone to be part of your crazy theory.  Honestly it seems like you are pulling this whole thing out of your ass.”

“A theory by any other name,” a long pause. “Okay, but I’m just saying it could be part of it. It doesn’t have to be, but it could be. You could even through in the whole idea that you can’t take anything with you when you die. Eventually you very well might get it back.”

“So long as you are born in the same family. What if you die as a child? What happens then?”

“What do you mean?”

“You know what I mean.”

“I’ll admit it was strange that we tried for so long and it wasn’t until my grandmother passed that our daughter was born.”

“So you think that she contained the soul of your lost grandmother?”

“Well I don’t think this I’ve only just thought of this theory.”

“The question still remains what happens if you die as a child? Why isn’t she here anymore?”

“I don’t know.”


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