Huh, interesting. I wonder when I got that mixed up. Thanks for the correction.
Given that when a deceased person’s soul appears to the living they seem to retain the image of their physical characteristics, I actually would say those physical characteristics become an intrinsic part of the soul.
The soul may not have eyes in the way we do, but then my genetic code doesn’t have eyes either. Even so, my genes contain the reality of those eyes in them. I think it’s much the same way with our souls. Even though they may not posses physicality in and of themselves, those attributes are still a part of them…
I’m not going to hang my theological hat on that or anything, it’s just always how I’ve conceived of the soul.
Fair enough, I have no issue with that answer. Like I said, this is just something I’ve been considering lately.