Excerpt About Life

Life is a Platonic Form Always Inherent and Present in the Soul
We discover that life, or aliveness, is a particular dimension of the soul, a basic property of its presence. It is actually a platonic form, independent from bodies and from matter in general. It is always inherent and present in the soul, but we can experience it explicitly. In other words, just as we can experience our soul as pure knowledge, we can also experience it as pure life. We are then not only alive; we are life. We are fundamental life, present as life, life that can imbue the body with its vigor and dynamism and empower it to function.

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