Monday, November 7, 2011

To be or not to be?

When it comes to existential angst, that is the ultimate question, isn't it? Continue drifting aimlessly or end the pretense? At this point, I'm not particularly bothered by what dreams may come, because I think that, with apologies to both Shakespeare and Raymond Chandler, the end is not really a big sleep but more like sweet oblivion. That notion goes against everything I've been taught and believed until now. Is this what it's like to lose one's sanity / lucidity / faith / whatever? Discuss.

9 comments:

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Eclectic Chad said...

Whether we are or we aren't isn't dependent on how we feel about the topic, but on what the truth is. Either there is something after we die or there isn't. This isn't determined by our opinion of the after life. Instead of thinking about an opinion, you need to search for the truth about what exists after death.

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Dave Natan said...

No offense intended, but for me that is gaining, not losing lucidity :)

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