posted on Nov, 1 2014 @ 11:55 PM
a reply to: tgidkp
Nice take on the Sisyphus myth (eternally pushing the boulder up the hill, could be a metaphor for life), or the general concept of hell.
One can think, life is automatically good, or contains goodness, because reality is not absolute hell, or the absolute worse form of existence
imaginable... at least not for some. Or, the concept of human free will and power, is that humans have the ability to make life good, and better, at
least in some instances and to some degrees.
Also that life is not eternal, so it can not be eternal punishment. But if the possibility and existence or even thought of eternal existence, and
eternal 'lack of freedom', or eternally forced to do extremely unbearable acts, eternally pushed to the hardest degree with no let up, eternally
tortured, supposed the extreme opposite of freedom, the absence of any freedom to the harshest degree of absolute harsh constant increasing
torture...yes, that would suck.