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Reincarnation in Different Cultures and Religions
Reincarnation is the belief that after death, one's soul keeps existing and is reborn another person or animal. It keeps reborning until it redeems itself. Then it returns to the temple of god, which the Buddhists call 'Nirvana' - eternal tranquillity. Two of the many ancient tribes who believed in reincarnation are the Greeks and the Egyptians.
Karma, the belief that our actions determine our future, is one of the foundations of reincarnation. For example, a person who lived a sinful life will return, after death, as an animal, as opposed to a person who lived an honest life, who will…
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