[quote author=“CoyoteSon”]Spiritual reality can’t be seen or measured or for that matter neither can mind, soul or personality.
Actually, mind, soul and personality can be measured, in many ways. I suggest you look into the burgeoning developments in cognitive psychology and brain science. They might surprise you.
[quote author=“CoyoteSon”] If clear conscious and sound reason be your guide, then rest assured there exists an ascension plan. All one has to do (when the time comes) is choose.
“Sound reason” assures one of no such thing. (Or if it does, you have given us no “reason” to believe it). So your supposition about “ascention plans” and “choosing” is simply a baseless guess, contraverted by all the evidence we have and (not incidentally) by dozens of other equally baseless guesses by more established religions.
[quote author=“CoyoteSon”]If reality is that which can be measured, experimented and reasoned, then the human experience is without mind, soul, justice, mercy ministry and without these things where’s the wisdom?
Mind, soul, justice and mercy are all equally amenable to reason, measurement and experiment. For example, we can reason as to whether some particular action was justified. We can measure aspects of the mind, such as cognitive skills. We can experiment with ways of merciful giving to find out which ones make the most difference, and which ones are useless or detrimental.
What you are searching for isn’t wisdom, it is blind dogma, which is precisely wisdom’s opposite.
[quote author=“CoyoteSon”]Human experience without wisdom makes the 60 to 80 years of earth life meaningless.
Quite so, and in that case I’d suggest you focus on ways of getting wiser rather than more misled.