This is where the life journey of a soul starts

A soul doesn’t always succeed though. Not all souls manage to accomplish everything they should accomplish

“This is where the life journey of a soul starts,” continued Elijah after a short pause. After the baby stage, a soul most likely knows how it will develop itself so it can learn its lessons and achieve its goals. As the human matures and becomes more independent, the soul is given additional skills and tools to help it to progress and learn. Then, during the stage of childhood, as the body develops, so does the soul. The soul works with other souls in order to accomplish its tasks. It’s rare that a soul does not need interaction with, or support from, other souls. That is the stage when real learning begins, and when the soul gains more confidence in itself and its ability to accomplish its goals.”

Thoughts raced through my mind. Could the soul’s childhood stage be equivalent to the school period of our lives? After all, both childhood and school make us ready for adulthood and independence.
“Right,” Elijah said, as if reading my mind. “At the childhood stage the soul learns all about what it needs to accomplish, and once the body functions independently, the soul starts to implement whatever it has learned.” He paused. “A soul doesn’t always succeed though. Not all souls manage to accomplish everything they should accomplish. Sometimes, it repeats wrongdoings it made in a previous life. In order to succeed, sometimes a soul has to overcome obstacles that are the result of conflict with other souls and their goals, or of a soul having its own mind.”
 
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