AsburySkinsFan Posted December 23, 2011 Share Posted December 23, 2011 I think we're more wired to require an answer, and in the absence of one, will make one up that covers it all.Not knowing something just kills us. People also seem to have a difficult time wrapping their heads around what is true oblivion, which is what I believe death is, unless you convinced there's something beyond to save you from it. We've all experienced this oblivion before,, before we were born. Which is to say of course that we didn't experience anything, because we were not a 'we' yet. The other end is the same thing. We'll just cease to be. Not "being" is a terrifying prospect, especially in primitive cultures when we knew very little and everything we didnt' understand was a terrifying wonder. Superstition precedes reason when you haven't got a basis for reason like in humanity's childhood. Gods answer all questions that we can't. Gods distract us from the fear of oblivion. ~Bang Geeze as if I weren't depressed enough already, if it's just all oblivion why should I give two farts about any thing or any one? Why the heck would I want to do a darned thing, why not just go out and kill anyone who gets in my way, and why not take everything I can get in this world up until someone bigger stops me? Why not just go about the pursuit of pleasure and use this body up until it goes out with a bang..(no pun intended). If it's all oblivion screw the morals, screw the ethics, screw responsibility, and most assuredly screw anyone who tries to tell me what to do with my few seconds that I have in this life before I'm deleted. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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