Persuasive Essay On Why Are Ghosts

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“During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded” said an unknown author. Like this author many people are on the fence on the existence of ghosts. Ghosts are most likely real because people have had interactions with them, they can be scientifically proven, and nobody can move on from unfinished business.
One piece of evidence that ghosts exist is that there have been many proven interactions with the dearly departed. The situations that are shared are more often than not a warning to the living or hostile activity from a late resident, neither one mutually exclusive. There are people who dedicate their lives to finding them and putting them at peace. They document it all in real time. There are others
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I recently read “Unfinished business corrodes peace of mind” in an article at Nlp-now.co.uk. I believe that this applies to anything from a puzzle someone never found the last piece of, all the way up to an answer one had never got from someone, anything left incomplete no matter how big or small. While someone can walk away and focus on something else for a time, the activity or question will still burn in the back of them mind, never able to truly move on from anything started and left for later. So if this is an issue when alive, it must apply when dead. I say it must be true because ghosts still function with similarities to the living. When somebody dies and becomes a ghost they don’t just stop having had a life. If the brain can still use its senses, it can still learn, it can still acknowledge the world around them, and behind them. The brain is still there, it still works, with or without the real body. There’s still energy left from the brain, it’s the ghost itself. Why wouldn’t this function still …show more content…
It’s quite easy to see there are ghosts among us. Even though many don’t believe in it because they can’t see it, it hasn’t happened to them so it must be fake, just because it hasn’t happened to them or they didn’t see it, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Did anyone alive today experience the American revolution, did anyone among the living watch it happen? Presumably, no. But, that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Did anyone at work see the renaissance? Did anyone living see it happen? The answer really should be no. Does this mean it didn’t happen? If so, history’s going to need some rewriting. Just because someone hasn’t experienced something doesn’t mean someone else has. It doesn’t mean it’s not possible. In the end, there’s no reason to deny the existence of ghosts. Unless you’re

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