I, and others like me, hold a firm belief that most of us have lived many lives here on earth before, and will continue to live more lives as human beings, always returning and always growing in spirit and power with each passing life.
Clearly, to me, there are those who have been this way many times before, and they have profited
greatly from their vast experiences, and have achieved a level of awareness and insight that the
less experienced of us have not yet achieved.
These vastly experienced and wise old souls are the great figures of history, the leaders, the founders
of our own country, and of many others. I believe John Quincy Adams, like Benjamin Frankin, Thomas Jefferson, and the other major figures in the founding of America, to be this sort of wise,
vastly experienced spirit.
I'd guess that our country's founding fathers probably had all been this way before, enough times
to have racked up several centuries' worth of experience. And though they would have no conscious
knowledge of previous lives, their spirits grew with each life and infused them with a wisdom far
beyond that of less experienced men.
It's hard to argue with their wisdom, after all, is it?
I can just hope that those spirits will return to us once again to lead us again before they have
completed their earthly journey of enlightenment and return to the next realm for good.