How many times in our lives have we experienced the sensation of déjà vu, the feeling that we have already lived, seen and felt something, without, however, finding confirmation when we look back our experiences?
The protagonist of reflections contained in the following narrative, whose prov-enance might be from collective thinking provided in form of dreams, is a real character and imaginative at the same time, assuming deliberately the impersonal identity of Mister O. The mysterious thinker was coming from the community of those who feel capable of deep introspective analysis.
Mister O claims, in these pages, that body and soul remain bound together after death, at least until persists a vital energy in the decaying corpse. The thread that binds the two entities will break only after all the force that connects them will be exhausted, leaving free the soul to reincarnate in a new process of conception. The union of soul and body are a necessary condition to exist. The two dimensions of transcendence and immanence are aspects of a single reality, which we have cho-sen only the most reassuring facade, rationally acceptable.