THE SOUL RESIDES IN THE BRAIN
The Civil Writer Magazine
Your soul is defined as the spiritual or immaterial part of a human being or animal, regarded as immortal. There are no dumb souls for animals and intelligent souls for humans. There are no under water souls for fish and land souls for animals. There are no souls attached to oxygen breathing species and not non-oxygen breathing species. There are no mature souls related to adults and immature souls related to children.
How can a soul look down on its lifeless body in an operating room but not see itself being birth into the world in a birthing room. Does a pigeon, rat and squirrel have souls. Is the soul the bloodline to all life. If so Jellyfishes don't have blood do they have a soul.
A soul can evolve from artificial insemination from a syringe. We are not certain where the soul resides in the body, if it is the blood or heart a transfusion and transplant would replace it with someone else's soul. If the soul lived in oxygen it can be replaced with an oxygen tank or respirator. Where ever it resides the soul seems to be removed upon death the common denominator of all souls.
It seems that the soul resides in the brain a part of the anatomy that cannot be transplanted. When someone is brain dead, it means that the brain is no longer working in any capacity and never will again. Other organs, such as the heart, kidneys or liver, can still work for a short time if the breathing machine is left in place, but when brain death is declared, it means the person has died and the soul has no place to reside. The soul is part of a person's consciousness.