Vale of Soul-making vs. Vale of tears
To George and Georgina Keats (The Vale of Soul-making)
The "vale of soul-making" seemed like an interesting choice to do. The letter and the ideas in it touched very closely to things I have personally thought about and debated, and with many of my beliefs. The term the "vale of soul-making" was used to describe how the soul becomes a soul. Keats explains that a soul becomes a soul through experience on earth. He says that the soul is initially just an "intelligence" and that through the hardships and experiences that one goes through it becomes more personalized, and gains an identi…
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