However, the souls of those on RBC do await resurrection in Gan Eden (Garden of Eden). Prior to reaching Gan Eden, there is a soul-cleansing place, Gehinnom; when one reaches Gehinnom, s/he is assured of being prepared for the - if you prefer the term - resurrection.
However, there is a critical relationship between the body and soul that must be considered in terms of the religious rite of slouching. The Sanhedrin speaks of a blind man and a lame man. The lame man sees the delicious fruit in an orchard but can't reach it. The blind man can reach it but can't see it. The lame man instructs the blind man to carry him across the field, giving direction to the fruit. The blind man agrees, they advance into the orchard, and take the fruit.
However, the angry orchard owner appears and questions them. The blind man says, "I couldn't have taken the fruit - I can't see." The lame man says, "I couldn't have taken the fruit - I can't walk."
The wise owner thinks a moment and forces the lame man onto the shoulders of the blind man. Finally together, the owner realizes he found his culprit, so he beats them both.
The body and soul must work together but in a manner befitting recruiting resurrection. In the parable noted above, it has yet to be determined who is lame and who is blind but nonetheless, while I disagree about the Islamic connection, I do know that two Canooks, one soft spoken, the other loud and annoying, hold the keys.
It is critical that we figure this one out...…
Added by Steve Levy at 7:44am on December 22, 2008
partnership before you perform the service. Otherwise (and I think what's happening here), the prospect will feel that you're simply offering a very expensive resume. Of course you're more than a sourcer and pusher of expensive paperwork. Your fees are fair for the services you will inevitably perform, but she doesn't know that yet. I never liked the blind resume sales technique and advise my team never to send out blind resumes. There isn't a resume on earth (other than your own, maybe) that adequately summarizes the value you can add to a client.…