I will gladly do my best to explain my understandings!
Do you mean that the spirit of a person is like personality types and the soul is different ??
By remembrance of person, I would also term it “a person’s exact past,” and I also understand it as “what a person did” and even “what a person would do.” For example, if you looked at a photo of a very special person in your life, and this act of viewing the photo, stirred up your emotions. From my understanding, you would be interacting with this person’s spirit or a remembrance of their person.
This understanding is supported by Jesus commanding us to “Do this in remembrance of me,” and the Church sharing with us that we celebrate the Mass in the Holy Spirit.
By future of a person, I would also term it “a person’s exact future,” and I also understand it as “what a person will do.” For example, consider Psalm 103:1 “For David himself. Bless the Lord, O my soul: and let all that is within me bless his holy name.”
In this Psalm, we are speaking to our soul with distinction. We could simply bless the Lord, just as we do when we pray, “…we bless you, we adore you,…” Given we cannot change what we did in the past, and we are not blessing in the present, we must be speaking to what we will do in the future.
By present person, I also understand it as “what a person is doing.”
From God’s perspective, what we would do, are doing, and will do is always known perfectly. However, from humanity’s perspective, we lack unity in the three. Sometimes I declare I would or will do something, yet when it comes time to do it, I don’t.
To me the body is more than the person, it contains the soul as Jesus had in the Incarnation if I have it right.
I can definitely agree with these understandings. Since Jesus is God, who is pure spirit, I find Jesus’ body and soul is contained in His Spirit because “Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever.”
The soul is not necessarily the future of a person because we NOW grow in holiness in our soul here on earth to skip or lessen purgation.
For me this understanding describes the growth in unifying our spirit, body, and soul. In other words, I find the pinnacle of living is to make what I would do, am doing, and will do eternally unchanging and more importantly the same as what God would do, is doing, and will do. Any time I set an act to be eternally willed, which is in union with what God wills, my soul has grown in holiness.
Can you show more of what you were saying please. If I understand what you are meaning it can be helpful.
One last consideration, when I share “would do, am doing, and will do,” I would also include feelings and thoughts as a part of the “doing.” For example, “what did I do, how did I feel, and what did I think,” are all important elements in a person’s exact past.
Thank you very much for further discussion! I look forward to more!