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Date Posted: Sun July 05, 2009 08:22:17
Author: Kiwi
Subject: Uh oh! I see a rant coming...
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Dark Qustion For 7/4" on Sat July 04, 2009 08:05:37

Comsie! This question is seriously like a mental orgasm for me, jeez! :P Okay well I donít think Iíll actually answer, instead Iíll comment and ask more questions.

Is life without death, really a life? ForeverÖ Wow can you actually LIVE forever? I mean regardless itís going to end eventually, everyoneís luck runs out at some point.

Hmm I guess that life doesnít TRULY have meaning unless there is a foreseeable end. Itís suppose to be this precious gift and truth be told, the meaning of life is for us to understand that itís going to end. The end makes the ride worthwhile because we understand that it wonít last and that we have to enjoy every second of every day.

SO! The concept of immortality is flawed, nothing lasts forever, everything fades and dies in time, and itís the natural order of things. Life without death is not life; itís an experience that doesnít have any meaning because itís relative. An experience doesnít have a restrictive time period; it could last for 5 minutes or for centuries.

ANYWAY you asked comsie, and you KNOW I love to be all philosophical. I just hope that I didnít make anyone all depressed. Personally, I think the sooner we embrace our own morality, the more we can cherish the time we have.

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