a philosophical term in the Greek language referring to transmigration of the soul, especially its reincarnation after death. It is a doctrine popular among a number of Eastern religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Druzism wherein an individual incarnates from one body to another, either human, animal, or plant.
Etymology: from Late Latin metempsychosis, from Hellenistic Ancient Greek metempsúkhōsis, from Ancient Greek meta-, “beyond” + en, “in” + psukhḗ, “soul”.
by And Hei Via Flickr: Sunset at Regensburg Main Station, Germany. I always take a camera with me when I’m travelling so I don’t miss a good chance to take a picture. One day I was travelling from Regensburg back to Siegburg/Bonn and found this sunset was worth a shot….