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    its fucked up - the moment of relief from life which you never get to experience because it happens to be the moment you stop experiencing.

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    Don't know but I want to live forever

    Create a phylactery to stow my soul, place it in a lead chest inside a lead room inside of a lead house tucked away underground on another plane. Never die, etc.

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    Death: n. The cure for life.

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    Neither, it is just sweet release from the frustration of life.

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    Death is a natural part of life. Mourn them do not. Miss them do not. Rejoice for those who transform into the Force.

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    Death gives meaning to life, so it is completion. For it to be a waste, one will have not yet lived for a purpose. That's adolescent shit. Adults apply death to their actions.

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    Death is the completion of corporeal life. Just a transition.

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    It is a completion of the natural life cycle, I guess.

    But I personally think it's a part of the Saṃsāra.

    but it can be a lot of things.
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    Death is nothing but the loss of "animus" (whatever the hell that is.) Basically its merely the point where the an entity's "autonomy" finally fails. The matter used is subject to entropy and external environmental factors (as it was when alive) but without the "autonomy" mentioned above being a factor. The matter and energy used continues to exist and cannot be destroyed. In this respect death is neither completion nor waste but just a change in direction. However you may mourn the loss of autonomy mentioned. Value what it did or didn't do and what it could have done or couldn't do if you must but accept these as important only to other collections of mass possessing the same "autonomy." The universe otherwise doesn't give a damn.

    The big question of course is what the autonomy is that drives mass and energy to seemingly act on its own accord. It needs to pass on through cells via a continuous chain. Perhaps it is nothing and only an illusion. Perhaps it is a "soul" after all. I'll leave it for someone who has evidence.

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