By Bob Olson
You will definitely remember everything about your life in the spirit world, even more than you might want to remember. Everything that you ever say, do or think is recalled, mostly due to a process we go through upon our entry back into the spirit world known as our “life review.” While I’ll cover this in more detail in another section of this book, suffice it to say that you will have the opportunity to re-examine all of your choices and actions in this lifetime in order to evaluate and learn from them.
The truth is that you’ll know and understand yourself better once you’re in spirit than you do currently. With our transition from the physical to the spiritual comes clarity, clarity regarding our personality traits and characteristics, our choices and actions, and even how we affected other people and the world. Plus, the life review process especially helps us to know who we were in our human life with a depth of insight we just don’t have as human beings.
There is a purpose for living a physical life, so remembering everything about who we are is part of the process. Who we are and how we live our lives will stay with us for all eternity, which is why every day of our lives is so important. This is a great reminder while we’re alive to make the most out of life and be the best person we know how to be. After all, the rewards are everlasting.
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