The newest testament, according to the enlightened San Tronco part 100

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The Arabic melody hovered through the Shandy and I looked at Celema. 'A lot has changed in a short time,' I said, 'but you get used to it.' "That's why you should only look at the positive," thought my political friend who looked well rested again, "the rest disappears, just like all of us, there is no return from the grave." 'I nodded and took a sip of the coca tea,' we are like smoke over the fields, 'I said wisely,' our soul travels and the rest is transient. ' José Celema also took a sip and then called to Salvador, "two more camels, Salva," and he stared back at his mug.

"We are not people with a soul," he said, slowly turning the mug between his hands. "What do you mean," I asked? "We are souls who occasionally find a person," Celema continued seriously. I kept myself in, so thoughtfully philosophical I had not often seen my friend. I waited for what else would come.

Salva put down the two camels and placed two coca next to it and touched his forehead and our hands went automatically to our foreheads.

"That's why an Enoch is always needed," Celema said. "I'm listening," I said, taking a sip of tea that was bitter in taste but still pleasantly warm. "Why is an Enoch always needed?" José smiled, "to fill the gaps of those who are present but have no soul." That hit me like a bomb. He blew into his tea for a moment and then took a sip. I immediately assumed that Linda had a soul, she did not need that whole Enoch, in fact she rejected him.

"Listen," Celema asked, while now putting the camel on his lips. "I'm listening," I replied, "I am sorry I thought about my daughter for a moment." "That's what I saw," Celema smiled, "your aura turned soft blue." "Sorry," I said, "you can go on, you said the Enoch fills the gaps of them without a soul." 'That's right, said José,' and then they become a little Enoch, at least they follow the ideas of the Enoch. '

A burning question arose in me, 'José,' I asked, 'what happens if someone has no soul and if no Enoch gets up in those days.' "Then those people are lost," Jose smiled calmly, "they are living and dying, without leaving any imprint. They are made of dust and turn into dust again. ' It remained silent and I tried to understand what I had just heard. José put down his mug and looked around, "how many present here have a soul," he asked me. "I have no idea," I replied truthfully. "You do not really look," he continued, "you see, but you do not do anything with what you see."



"To come back to your previous question," said Celema, "people need a purpose in their lives, otherwise their lives do not make sense. Some have a soul and are not so concerned with life's questions, they have gone beyond that kind of life, they are the bright spots in the dark. The helper of what they perceive as good. " My head was dizzy, was this Celema speaking? Did he have a soul or was this Enoch soulkneading therapy.

'José in your view,' I began, 'if you have a soul why would you go along with the Enoch ideas?' "To complete your soul, of course," José Celema grinned. "And if you have a soul and you do not go with the Enoch," I asked. "Then you do not need him, we select what we need ourselves." "Right," I said, shoving away coca and took a good swig from my camel. "Is it what you just said selectively meant or do you really mean with us, as we are here? "I mean exactly what I say," my friend replied.

'Have you always lived, think about that, how do you feel about that?' I looked at José, this was not the camel wine nor the coca that spoke, this was a very special Celema who talked with me over the centuries and spread these truths like seeds on the land.

After a while, 'I took the floor,' yes, 'I said,' without a doubt I have always been there and will always be there. ' "Salud," said Celema, and he raised his camel, "you have recognized your soul. The rest is decay and is like smoke sweeping over the land. "


I had the idea that for the first time in years I had really thought deeply and it was really exhausting and I took a big gulp. "So," José continued, "how many present here have a soul." I saw two old farmers without jute clothing, 'they might have, or maybe they do not need the Enoch', I looked and observed and weighed and then said in earnest, 'I do not know José, I can not see it.'

'you can hardly ever see it, that's why you have to rely on your feelings' and with those words he emptied his mug. Alejo stepped in with Pedro the electrician in his wake. 'Hey,' said Aljeo, 'these are the men, yes I see purple auras, oh my eyes are hurting of their brillance.' "What," I said in astonishment, can you see auras? 'Jokey. hokey pokey,' laughed Alejo and Pedro filled in 'wine wine fine.' That must be a camel, "roared Alejo. 'Salva, 4 camels and a little fast please' and they came to sit at our table. "No souls," Celema observed. and the timeless magical moment was broken.

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