Universal Greetings

Universal Greetings – It’s A Beautiful Day
Monday 22/03/2021 – Season 16 – Series 12
Wishing my Guest Stars a truly wonderful day both on and off blog – make it great!
Photo of the Day –Magnolia Liliiflora – on Pixabay
Lisa of The Road Back to Life
Scorpions Gold – The Best Of Scorpions
Miles Davis – Kind of Blue
Eugis Milieu
Top 100 Greatest Blues Songs Of All Time
Classic Rock Greatest Hits 60s,70s,80s
A Guy Called Bloke
More forgotten Songs of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s & 90’s
The Replacements – Can’t Hardly Wait
The La’s There she goes
Town Called Malice
Cocteau Twins – Carolyn’s Fingers

What is your opinion on this ………….. when we die – do we simply die and end of or are we born again or is it more complex than that and that is we die physically but our minds are recycled into another time and another mind?
Let me know your views below!
Below is the link to Scene 1- the Introduction to the new game –

18th March 2020
Agatha Christie Luxury Care Home



Are You A Snifty Sleuth?


Scene 1 sets the scene to the start of our new mystery game ….more information to follow with scene 2 … watch this space.

Snifty Sleuth Game Directory
NOW …. time for the truths …… who has read Scene 1?

Who has read Scene 1 and is intriguied and finally who has read the first Scene and wants to take part in this Mystery Game

…. let me know below.

The time to play is upon us!!

Have a TOTALLY fantastic and coolio day Folks!!

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15 thoughts on “Universal Greetings

  1. Hope you have a wonderful day Rory.
    Quite a profound question you’ve asked!
    I believe that when we die, our souls live on but in limbo. Till the day of judgment. When we will either go to heaven as a reward or to hell as a punishment. This is based on my religious beliefs.

  2. In most cases it used to be that the body failed us first. Now that we live longer, it’s the mind which goes first. So I feel the mind and body are inextricably linked and likely the mind is a product of our physical brain. I think when the body dies, so does the mind.
    I’m happy with this as it’s a final end, no mucking about; and it doesn’t influence what I do with my life; and it makes this life feel more precious.

  3. Wow! Thanks for the music on a manic Monday, Rory! Much appreciated, my friend. I had a different religious upbringing than some and I now consider myself an agnostic. I don’t like organized religion but I believe one should have faith and spirituality. I believe that when we die, our soul lives on and continues to make strides toward our salvation. Have a great day, Rory!🤩

    1. Hey Eugenia, you are most welcome 🙂

      I am with you on your religious beliefs Eugenia, l don’t like ‘organised religion ‘ either makes me think of organised crime.

      1. During my career as an insurance underwriter, I used to underwrite churches and some of them fit in the category of organized crime. What one sees on the outside does not necessarily fit what is in the inside.

  4. Happy GLYSB MooooNDay JB! 🥳🌛🐄💃🏼🎶and thanks for some great tunes! I love The Jam, and Miles Davis😍 and I had no idea that Sixpence None The Richer didn’t record “There She Goes First” 🤔

    My beliefs about death are that our spirit/soul/whatever rejoins the source after shedding the body and lifetime. I believe we are all bits of the source/creator who have chosen to experience “life”.

    My beliefs are a vague mishmash of mostly eastern religions, mixed with Native American, and other indigenous tribal spiritual beliefs. There’s no specific dogma I follow or prefer. And I don’t believe we go to an actual “place”… no heaven, hell, or purgatory. No “judgement”
    💌

  5. When we die, we’re gone. The end. Fini. No limbo, no eternity in heaven or hell, to reincarnation into a new existence. It’s over. Period.

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