Many people think that after we die, our soul separates from our earthly body and goes to either heaven or hell. Some also believe that we become ghosts if we have some "unfinished business" here on earth. But do we really have a soul that separates from our body? Let's consult the Bible about this. "And God went on to form the man out of dust from the ground and to blow into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living soul" - Genesis 2:7, King James Version. According to Genesis 2:7, when God created Adam, he wasn't given a soul, he became a living soul, or person. If you read this bible verses: Leviticus 5:2; 7:20; 23:30; Deuteronomy 12:20; Romans 13:1, you will see that the Bible says that the soul can work, crave food, eat, obey laws, and touch a dead body. Those activities involve the entire being. Based from the verses from above, we can now conclude that a soul is the whole person, all living person is a soul. It doesn't separate from our body when we die and go somewhere.