Some Ans. Questions 1908 by -'Abdu'l-Bahá- 1 Para

Second, the rational soul, meaning the human spirit, does not descend into the body-- that is to say, it does not enter it, for descent and entrance are characteristics of bodies, and the rational soul is exempt from this. The spirit never entered this body, so in quitting it, it will not be in need of an abiding-place: no, the spirit is connected with the body, as this light is with this mirror. When the mirror is clear and perfect, the light of the lamp will be apparent in it, and when the mirror becomes covered with dust or breaks, the light will disappear (239:3)

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