That probably isn't the case, simply because it's reasonable to assume Palpatine's ability to transcend death was the reason he brought such a great imbalance to the Force. The dark side is natural, and therefore there will likely always be Sith; but the Emperor, as the culmination of the line of Darth Bane and the one who could potentially become an eternal Sith Emperor, was decidedly unnatural. So long as Palpatine never comes back again, there is no reason to consider the Chosen One prophecy as invalidated in some way by the Sith's return.
Tom Bacon is one of Screen Rant's staff writers, and he's frankly amused that his childhood is back - and this time it's cool. Tom's focus tends to be on the various superhero franchises, as well as Star Wars, Doctor Who, and Star Trek; he's also an avid comic book reader.
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Part of me says no, God would have taken their spirits at their appointed time; the other part is less sure. But a heart that is kept beating by artificial means, thereby preventing brain death, obviously makes it more difficult to discern.
When a heart can no longer beat on its own, lungs can no longer breathe on their own, and there appears to be no brain functions over a significant period of time, a person can be considered dead.
In some cases the ventilator is removed and the patient continues to breathe on his own, suggesting to me the spirit is still present.
Of course, the operative word is irreversible , meaning that sufficient time must pass for that to be determined. So I think when someone is restored to life through medical means, or is kept alive by medical means when without them obvious and true death would have occurred, my belief is not that their spirit was RETURNED to the body, but that their spirit never left their body in the first place.
But then, here is an artist writing and performing under no pressure, with nothing left to prove, no need to impress; an artist at peace with himself and free to create at his own leisure and pace. The music never tires, never becomes annoying or even slightly boring as often is the case when played once too often. The accomplished songwriter he is, Stavros has the sensitivity and feel, often wanting in musicians of a lesser god, that keeps his songs whole, preserves their integrity and keeps them in balance.
Every part, verse, chorus and bridge, falls in place, carried by impeccable arrangements and flawless performance. None of his songs, whether on "Spirits Avoiding such vanities, Stavros stays true to his music, his art and mission; to bring to his music sincerity and very genuine listening experience.
That is, in essence, what makes "Spirits On The Rise" such a brilliant album, a musical quest of five star quality. His creative output of songwriting never seems to have an end. There are 0 customer reviews and 1 customer rating.
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