Terri Marie: I know. I thought you were going to say three millennium. Well, that leads me to something — I am going to ask some questions that are maybe a little bit off the beaten path. But I know if anyone has an answer it will be you. And you were just talking about it’s all one energy and we’re all one world connected, and I believed that as well, but then how do our individual soul fit into the process of life?
John Harricharan: My initial thought to that, my initial reaction would be 10 divino . But it is interesting that you asked that question. And I will answer it this way. There is the mighty ocean of water. It is one individual body of water. And in this ocean, there are a lot of little waves. And each wave is an individual wave. And in each wave there is a — there are lots of individual drops of water.
Each one of those drops has the quality of the entire ocean. Each wave is made up of what the entire ocean is made up off. And yet, the wave is unique in its own right. The drop of water is unique in its own right.
So all individual souls — again I figure, because I don’t think there’s anyone on earth who could answer this question with absolute certainty. In fact, I don’t even think there is such a thing called absolute certainty. But there are probabilities. And so I would venture to say that the souls are like part of the ocean, and yet, very, very separate being a unique individual or a unique entity.
And it’s like — and I hesitate here because we’re dealing with some very, very strange and different thought patterns when we take the entire universe into consideration, because again, the universe might be a lot different than what we think or can think. And so I would say that our individual souls are connected like the drops of water or the waves in the ocean instead of being connected like raisins in a bun.