This is just an short excerpt from a book on Kindle: "Searching for The Meaning of Life in the City of Angels" by Victor Woodenturtle. It's about 300 pages. This section is where they are talking about reincarnation.
“Very interesting,” said Joe, “and it really makes me think about it. I’m not exactly saying I disagree with you. I’m just saying, there’s still no proof. Even with all these stories. I’ll think about it all, but I still see no reason to believe in reincarnation.”
Laughing Bear asked, “What exactly would you accept as proof?”
Joe quickly said, “Well, no one really knows what happens after you die. No one has ever come back to tell us about what happens after death.”
This caused instant laughter among half the participants.
When the ruckus died down, Laughing Bear said, “How do you know that? Lots of people have talked about past lives, and having died and come back to life, and having interacted with ghosts. But what happens? Our biased, body-mind driven media labels them all as hoaxes, quacks, liars. Why would a sincere person expose themselves to such indignity?” After a pause, Laughing Bear added, “What you’re really saying – and this is really OK – is that you, personally, have no knowledge of the afterlife. That is OK. We’re trying our best to open your eyes.”
No one had anything more to add, and Shining Bear began putting away his papers that he carried to our gathering spot under the huge arching oak tree. We never did get to the lesson about the Brahman Chronology and the description of the vast periods of time in a Maha Yuga.
As there was nothing to be gained by trying to convince anyone about anything, especially if they clearly assert their opinion or belief in something else. Shining Bear continued to pack up as others did likewise.
“Remember,” said Shining Bear, “that our opinion of how the universe operates does not affect the universe continuing to so operate.”
Joe retorted with an air of authority, saying “Truth is never established by proclaiming it.”
“Ahhh,” said Shining Bear, as he got up and walked away.