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Final Escape

I’ve been here too long
Jul 8, 2018
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Do u guys ever wonder when consciousness actually begins? It can’t be like right away there has to be a definite time this happens. Where like u suddenly notice u are an individual with limbs and stuff, thoughts, etc.
 
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aven

aven

Member
Jul 10, 2018
41
I don't believe there is such a thing as death or oblivion, life was forced and will be forced upon us again and again, different worlds, different laws, An entertainment for whatever has the power to create universes, this madness made out of nothingness.

There is nothing that make less sense than life or our self made universe. What is the point of life, why does it even exist? Why would there be such thing as death or an end to our suffering? Nothing should ever have came to exist, yet we are there.

It's useless to attempt to decipher death, only through it can one find the answers to all this nonsense, Until then, one can only hope, and most of all, dream.
 
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Gray Wounds

Gray Wounds

A Phantasmagoria
Jun 27, 2018
513
I want to believe that death is real. At least, that I could die believing into.

Life doesn't even come to me as real. Everything I see, feel, hear, smell--- all these are made by my mind. An illusion, a delusion that we all take as reality. But when we take that illusion off, the remaining image before us will just be either pure darkness or light, bedizened with amorphous colors, interspersed (something called by humans "particles" or " atoms" you name it). In short, it's like having a psychedelic experience.

I proposed this to be my research study before but my school denied it, told me that I cannot prove it nor be done with it. And I do not care if I end up in a damned dead end in this wide a topic.
 
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KCN

El revisionismo en castillano
Jul 16, 2018
230
Nonexistence is quite simple to understand. Think about what we used to be in the early start of this century. Nothing at all. That's how nothingness feels. It doesn't feel a thing.

Just as a star cannot shine before undergoing processes of nuclear fusion, everything that now constitutes our bodies wasn't arranged in its proper form, back in time. So it will be again once our brainstem has stopped working and biological functions have been irreversibly damaged
 
Volatile

Volatile

God
Jun 18, 2018
1,286
Nonexistence is quite simple to understand. Think about what we used to be in the early start of this century. Nothing at all. That's how nothingness feels. It doesn't feel a thing.

Just as a star cannot shine before undergoing processes of nuclear fusion, everything that now constitutes our bodies wasn't arranged in its proper form, back in time. So it will be again once our brainstem has stopped working and biological functions have been irreversibly damaged
It sounds too good to be true
 
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Lisa

Specialist
May 9, 2018
304
I’ve noticed that in a way death doesn’t seem real to me even though I understand that I will not continue to exist once my consciousness is gone and the body no longer working.
I feel it’s impossible to die too. Maybe because only our physical bodies die