The power of perception: Is life just a really long death?

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In my opinion, everybody’s in one of the 5 stages of grief while they’re alive.

The five stages of grief for healthy people are:

  • denial .
    I’m not going to die someday

  • anger .
    Grr. Life is unfair im going to die

  • bargaining .
    If I do this or that can I have an afterlife

  • depression .
    I’m so depressed that I’m going to die someday

  • acceptance .
    I’m going to die someday

So I’d agree with life being one long death at a subconscious level anyway.

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I think there was a paper where neurologists claimed that the mind “was mostly just an illusion” which makes me agree with you. Life is just a really long death.

We just feel as though it isn’t because everything seems son palpable, especially when we’re younger.

Hmm. . .

If You Want Your Life To Feel Like A Long Gothic Graveyard I Don’t See The Problem Really. . .

But!, Why Not Count Every Beautiful Thing You See Instead (???).

P.s. Hope, Trust, True Love, Honesty, Joy, And Endlessly Eternal Peace!. :owl: :spider_web: :owl:

Entropy. All things break down.
It may have something
To do with gravity.

In my case, it’s liars killing the mentally ill and calling the outcome mental illness. And they’re the ones who are mentally ill.

It depends on what you focus on. It’s a glass half full/empty situation.

The question is, which view helps you?

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That’s very interesting!

There is a theory that all our known universe exists inside a black hole, so I guess if that is possible then it is possible to say life is just one long death.

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