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The purpose of life is to live. I cannot remember a beginning – it is as though I’ve been here eternally. I fear death because I cannot comprehend eternity ending. We are time, fearful of itself. We are surrounded by … Continue reading
Sometimes the brain follows some pretty strange paths. Some are outright dangerous. You have to watch over your brain! But who is doing the watching?!!
Just got my camera in yesterday. Filming will commence as soon as I read the owner’s manual… The enigma is not the meaning of life, but how to proceed once you (think you) know what it is. I will be posting … Continue reading
What is life without a brain like? Does it move with blissful equanimity? Or does it feel frustratingly on the verge of something?
Below I copied a quote in response to the final question in Optimistic Musings: – If you couldn’t use the word God, what word would you use? Christian piety makes a strange image of the object of devotion, “Jesus Christ, … Continue reading
What is the point of defining/seeking truth in like of the Hsi-Westbrook Theory of Wrongness? I think that this answer can also be divided, similarly to words/concepts, into the practical (literal) and the philosophical. The response will contradict itself. The … Continue reading
Is she looking towards me? Or turning away? To me – her gesture sums up life.