Death: End Game

Everyone dies. Life is to be born, to live, and to die. And then what?

22. April 2024 by Click insider / Human Condition

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The consensus of life and death isn't. There is no consensus. No scientific consensus, at all. No religious consensus between religions.

Life is lived, and then it stops. Everyone dies at the end, right? Well, no. Some people die in the middle of life, and then keep on living in a zombie state of being. Some people are born stillborn (not even most linguists will spot the oxymoronic irony of the sardonic conflation of those words).

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Death is not always full stop. Heart beating, liver working hard, sleep and wake, dreams and observations, yet no life to speak of. The clinical death of the MDs (yet no consensus) is different yet similar to the vast array of death and death-like states in life and at the end of life.

Scientific nerds of the One Science Tribe (completely missing the actual power of the scientific methods, as most modern scientists do) have nailed it all down, they know, world experts in the field of human life from the beginning of time to the end of days, they know, they know. You live. And you die your clinical death. In the name of liberal science you are, mind you, allowed to hold your religious beliefs of life after life, the process of dying, along with some other permitted thoughts, as long as you obey The Science, usually the $cience or the SCIENCE, or THE science, pluralistic singularity, any mention of the plural, sciences with the suffix s, must imply the branches of The Science and nothing beyond this shall be discussed.

The point of death is to life as the punctuation mark is to the sentence. Usually, it (the punctuation mark) appears at the end of a sentence. But then, in “life”, there is the letter “i” and lo and behold, top researchers in the field of letterology found something interesting: There is a punctuation mark on top of the “i” in “life”. And then, they found another punctuation mark in the “i” in “punctuation mark”. This might be a lot to take in, and it really shows the complexity in life. Top researchers indeed.

There is a punctuation mark in “life”, another one in “die”, yet no punctuation mark in “death”. The researchers concluded therefore, that there must be an end to life, and to die is a process of boundaries, while death being eternal. They deduced that death is to taste infinity. Clever researchers. All they did was some induction, deduction, reduction, conduction and, ultimately seduction. In the name of sCiEnCe.

If you really want to know what death is, perhaps you should fix your wants first. Life is for the living, for the breathing, and all the things of beauty and beasts.

The painful path towards the darkness of the horrors of death is being produced of the mind which holds itself hostage of the false belief that all that is you is your materialistic body. Thoughts are not simply an imprisoned phenomenal occurrence within a creature of flesh, bones, blood, the product of a brain, ideas of the cerebral cortex, hunches of the brain stem, feelings of the heart. Thoughts are not these things at all.

If there is one thing you will take away from this, it is this:

Some words have punctuation marks like “like”, because there is an “i” there and that is like a vertical line with a dot on top. Of all the words with “i” in it, there is something ending, as in the “i” in “ending” and the “i” in “beginning”. Notice how there is no punctuation mark in “forever”, “free”, “eternal”, and even in “stop”. Paradoxically the form of a punctuation mark appears in “infinity”, “prisoner”. Infinity is not eternal, and prisoners are not free. In other words, stretch this, if you are bound by the language of science you cannot encapsulate death nor will you be able to understand what life is all about, until you explore beyond the horizons of whatever conventional framework you might be using to parse your way through life and death.

If you’ve read this far (you must have read everything to get this point):

What we just installed into your system is the annoying habit of useless thoughts. The thoughts of spotting punctuation marks in every word with an “i” and then questioning if there is a deeper meaning to the strange correspondence between the form of punctuation marks and how this ties in with the end of things, and the implications of words having no punctuation mark, the distinction between words with “i” and non-punctuation mark words containing no dots whatsoever. Now, this will blow your mind: “Nothing lasts forever”. Get it? The “i” in “Nothing”, lo and behold, a punctuation mark, the word “Nothing” with its “i” disqualifies the statement, yet it grants its validity in the extended dimension. Now contrast with these words: “stop, play, pause, forward, backward”: These are words in the eternal set, while “rewind” is bound to end: Interesting observation here: You may go “backward” forever, yet the same option is not given to “rewind”. “Backward” is simply directional while “rewind” implies historic-dimensional trajectory. If you don’t get it, do not despair, you might be too stupid to understand.

Questions of life and death are egocentric, broaden your scope. Ponder the complexities of lives and deaths, plural this time.

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