chaz wyman wrote:
Death is the totality of absence.
Life is what it is, with all those things is more or lesser degree.
if death is totality of absence then you dont mind if local hospital use your apartment as body building or what you call it where they keep non breathing smelly bodies? you wont notice anything when your apartment is full of totality of absence? if child asks where have all the flowers gone, should i lie to him that dead flowers have also turned to earth and from earth rises new life, flowers and all? is "earth to earth, dust to dust" just some reliqious belief or faith? if death is totality of absence to you then you cant remember any dead people if their death and absence is total to you?
There is no generalising here.
no common words here? i am speechless.
No, of course not, can't you read?
I said death is an absence - how can you continue with anything?
sometimes i just find it hard to believe what i have read. my problem.
like continue growing hair, beard and nails? good question. can dead body continue to decompose? can i continue if i am lying in my tv-sofa and die there? am i generalizing too much here too if i am the same bodily being, dead or alive?
I said exactly what I wanted to say. There is no relationship between a thing on one side and NOthing on the other.
I did not say there is no life without death - this is meaningless.
drunken people say or usually shout also exactly what they want but still i sometimes try to find out what they was saying. maybe there is no relationship between a thing on one side and NOthing on the other but where IS nothing? is there nothing on the other side if there is nothing? talking about bigger than womens ass stereotyped generalizations, the biggest ones, how you can see the nothing, how you can know the nothing, how you can talk about the nothing if it is nothing? or is it? is there still some things on the other side if you look closer the the other side of butcher brothers shared dog? or are you believing in some kind of spiritual other side where is nothing? sounds fun.