Mind is by its very nature a singulare tantum.m I should say: the over-all member of minds is just one. I venture to call it indestructible since it has a peculiar time-table, namely mind is always now. There is really no before and after for mind. There is only a now that includes memories and expectations. But I grant that our language is not adequate to express this, and I also grant, should anyone wish to state it, that I am now taking religion, not science -- but religion not opposed to science, and supported by what dis interested scientific research has brought to the fore.