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2015 | 1 | 112-123
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The Political and Spiritual Interconnection of Running, Death, and Reincarnation

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In this paper I will attempt to provide a fundamentally theoretical, political and ex-perimental way for understanding “running” and the idea or notions of death and rein-carnation, especially in terms of human development. More importantly, I will try to answer and explain how the physical exercise of running (or human movement) can play a key part in the transmigration of human souls. Furthermore, I will explain how running, death, and reincarnation are interconnected in some profound ways. It should be pointed out that humans have been running since walking up-right—for survival and transportation. Although the human, two-footed transit system is not the fastest or most efficient way of getting around, running ultimately allows us to get to where we want to go—even in life. As human beings, we also have souls and physically die, or cease living, which is inevitable, and should always be considered an integral part of our existence.
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  • The College of Southern Nevada, U.S.A
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