Sister Wives 3: The Regeneration in MCRmy Discussion Posted May 17, 2013 · Report reply Haha thank you. I'm on my periods too and we went to the beach with my classmates. No-one went swimming, but I would have liked to. :/ We only played ultimate and beach volley. I'm pretty sure we had a ghost in our previous apartment. If there was, he didn't do anything much, only in the night when I used to read books, I noticed that the lights chanced shades and I heard sometimes footsteps coming from our stairs. And I had that feeling that someone is watching me. And once the toilet got locked when no-one was in there and no-one picked the lock or anything. It was really hard to get it open and there was lights on when we got it opened again. I swear there wasn't lights on before it. And there was a ghost in the same building where I was working some time ago. The building is old, must be over 60 years at least. Ghosts's name is Valtteri, he was a solider and he died there during war. He doesn't do anything scary, just sometimes things chance their place or fall down. One of the workers in there believes in ghosts like I do, and she told me that once she have been looking for ice ladle the whole day, it wasn't in the counter or under it, or next to coffee machines or in the kitchen, and then just like that she founds it in the middle of the floor behind the counter. And once she was picking dishes from the tables and coming back to wash them, she saw a cappuccino mug falling to the floor from the place it's not possible without someone shoving it off. I find ghosts very fascinating, but i have to admit that sometimes they are a bit creepy. -------------- I'm so excited about having my own house. I get to decorate it how ever I like and listen to music without someone always complaining about it... Same. I haven't yet really figured out what I believe in terms of what "ghosts" are though. It's hard for me to say if they're just some kind of imprint on the environment (so not an actual thinking person that is doing things, but more like a physical memory of a person that affects the environment) or if they're actual sentient spirits. There's scientific evidence that supports the imprint in a magnetic field theory, and in terms of what I believe (I'm a Buddhist and Taoist), that doesn't conflict with it. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, so it only makes sense that when we die, whatever energy that was contained is dispersed. But it seems hard to be able to then say that whatever makes us "us," our soul or whatever you want to call it, can be preserved. It seems even harder to say that the entirety of it can still exist as if nothing really changes except for the loss of a physical form (i.e. traditional ghosts). Who knows though. I mean, I believe in reincarnation, but not in a literal simplistic manner (I don't think you die and then wake up a squirrel). It just goes back to conservation of energy, when our physical form cannot sustain itself any longer, it breaks down, and that energy has to go somewhere. And I suppose somehow it can retain tiny glimpses of memories of its past forms. I get deja vu a lot, have dreams that seem weird (just like random weird, nothing particularly interesting, so I don't even think about them) and then later they happen, and at times I feel like I was someone else or have some connection to something that I don't. So who knows. Time and space are both relative. Theoretically, there's no reason time moves "forward" instead of "backward." Similarly, there's no physical explanation for why time seems to move in a direction at all (we should technically be able to move through time in the same way we move through space). Our minds are just somehow limited to being able to perceive the full reality of whatever time and space actually are.