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2 - We are living, therefore we are dying

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You see, we are all dying, because we are meant to die one day! So to say "I am living, therefore I am dying" is quite adequate. The more I live the close I will get to death. So as we live, we are at agony. Living is dying, but dying isn't living. Just looking at this entry makes you die more. It's not my fault. It's the time's fault. But time is absolute, it isn't relative, therefore we can't blame it really because time isn't living or dying, it's a perception, a mechanism. The only thing we can blame is our cupidity and our greed in trying to stop it. Why do we do so? We're only scared.

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I don't like the idea of being reminded I'm living to die, as my life expectancy is untill 33... and it is getting harder the closer I get, I'm not scared. Just upset my life has to be cut so short and from getting to do something great.

But other than that personal sting, I like the city, did you make those parking lots on the road?

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@10000000000000: Thank you Ace
@Markus J: I didn't know people would actually read what I write. Anyways, this isn't a personal sting at all. I don't know you at all, pal. May I remind you that both of us may die tomorrow? or sooner? We don't know. If you want we can have a philosophical debate on ST chat but I doubt the admins and younger members will like it... 'cause it appears they are afraid of taboos. Eh that's too bad :S

About the parking lots, I didn't make them.

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Don't worry, I know it wasn't personal.

Just when I see people say things like that, just has me have to say something is all. It's like being reminded of something you already know, and don't want to think about is all.

Where did you find those parking lots?

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I don't quit believe in that. Because there is indeed a difference between life and death. Life is when your still living and walking on this earth therefore that's not really dying. Just because your living doesn't mean your because your still breathing. Now this theory of yours could apply when some he or she has a disease. For instance cancer. It kills [font="Verdana, sans-serif"][color="#000000"][size=3]547,500 Americans each year and many more around the world. Now, if someone was diagnosed with cancer and currently know that they will die within a view weeks then yes they are l dying . But i'm not saying you have to be sick or have a disease of some sort for this theory to be true. I'm just saying that live is live and death is death. I do not believe that they intertwine with each other. I know this was kinda off topic but i just had to jump on this one :) [/size][/color][/font]

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