Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Because Thimscool asked...

...i'm throwing up a post to displace the last one I wrote about Alan Rickman. Alas, Thimscool did not appreciate such a display of blatant wantonness on my part and demanded I move on.

Thimscool (a.k.a. Luke) is an intellectual and well-traveled guy and usually weighs in with nice comments on most all my posts, whether it's about my horses or about spiritual matters. So here, just for Thimscool, is a video that combines both. I found this video on Near Death Experiences quite interesting and can't wait to hear if Thimscool thinks this could possibly be what happens to us after we die.

15 comments:

soumynona said...

No need to replace your last post - it was ummmmm nice =>
My first visit here was the same

thimscool said...

Har. I think that's what would happen to a suicide bomber.

For me, I'm sure, it will involve swimming towards the light across a lake of 18 yr-old scotch.

Morgan said...

...or swimming across a lake of Scotch to an 18-year-old.
Right before I die, I'm going to shoot one of my horses and take it with me. That way I won't have to ride the white one. There are ways around after-life horse rape. If you're smart.

Soumynona, what an honor to have you here! Thank you! I'll have to check in on your blog as well. Meantime, feel free to beat up on Thimscool for making me replace Alan Rickman with a video on rapist horses.

thimscool said...

On a more serious note, you might find this book interesting...

laughingwolf said...

hahahahaha i'll have some of what they were eating/smoking :P

Morgan said...

Luke, I've read that book and it really is thought-provoking. The author interviewed children who had uncanny and unexplainable knowledge and "memories" of experiences and cultures they should not have known about. These were often kids from remote villages. I personally do believe we come back again to learn the lessons we didn't learn in the earlier go-round. I think this may explain in part why some people seem so calm and settled even from a young age while some seem befuddled and confused. Maybe the less-together ones are newer souls, or the ones that were a bit slow no the uptake. It seems to me that this makes more sense than a bunch of souls milling around heaven for all eternity.

Morgan said...

Wuff, I do NOT want to have what they're smoking. I love horses, but not so much that I want the kind of vision they had. :-)

soumynona said...

So why can't I stop laughing at this video!?! Sure the incessant fading out became too predictable but this was very funny

Morgan said...

Beats me, Soumynona. I can't stop laughing about it either. Today my mother sent over a stack of unused greeting cards (as if I needed them) and on top was one with a white horse. I burst out laughing when I saw it. So no, you're not alone. The video does things to you. I feel so comically violated.

laughingwolf said...

i agree, i'd want totally different kinds of visions, nothing to do with kids or animals... just a babe and lucky me ;) lol

Jana said...

I'll look at Alan Rickman thanks...

Morgan said...

A wise choice, Jana. If I open my eyes in the afterlife to the white horse I'll know I wasn't as good a person as I thought I was; If I open my eyes to see Mr. Rickman, I will know that I'm finally in heaven.

Wuff, maybe you and Luke can swim across his Lake of Scotch to those eighteen-year-olds. Again, far better than the white horse.

laughingwolf said...

that's true... but 18 seems far too young :O lol

mitzibel said...

See, now for me it would be Alan Rickman drowning the horse in the lake of 18-year-old Scotch, then serving me 18-year-old Scotch from the horse's hollowed-out skull while we laugh at all the stupid buggers getting horse-raped across the way and our Romanian-style steaks are grilling. That's probably why I'm going to Hell ;)

Morgan said...

Mitzibel, I just spilled my coffee laughing at what you wrote. But it was worth it. That is quite possibly the most bizarre fantasy I've ever read. And yet somehow, it makes perfect sense. :-)