I was a non believer of soul. The news that man is about to create life, tickled my senses and I was overjoyed that this might be the final blow to the concept of soul. So I began blogging. While I was blogging I was arguing that man can create soul, if he can create life. As soul can be created by man, then the very concept of the immortality of soul ends and thus to say that soul gets created is eqvivalent to saying that no soul exists. But all this argument of mine was based on an assumption that only living beings have life. If for a moment I considered that everything has a soul, or the soul, then we get a very startling result. As soul is everywhere(something like energy) man doesn't need to create it. As it is never created thus it can neither be destroyed(like conservation of energy). If this is true that soul exists, then all things whether it be a rock, a plant or a human, everthing has soul. And thus everything has some life. If everything has life then they might also have receptiveness to beauty, like living creatures have(plants have it!) So if non living things too have life(though inanimate) they too respond to the immeasurable quantities. If one believes in a soul then either nothing as a soul(it can be man made) or else everything has a soul. Only two choices exist. the big question is, if the second notion is true then science needs to give some space to aspects like aesthetics which have long been neglected.