posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 03:52 PM
so obviously, we're all gonna die. thanks for at least giving us a prediction we can count on. it is getting to be irritating seeing all of this
though it almost seems pointless to keep discussing such a subject as the triviality of death, and it makes me feel like a dog chasing his own tail,
what else is there to discuss? we can go on and on about all of the headlines we see everyday, and though the solutions are so obvious, there's
little we can do from the sidelines.
truly, none of it REALLY matters in the end, and it could be just a waste of energy trying to enlighten the rest of the world, but is there no use in
if you were to think of the collective consciousness of all of us, like one organism, one brain, then that one individual is a confused and reckless
entity. the small group of people who look at truths instead of ignoring them, are like the conscience of this organism, the dark little corner of the
mind that most try to ignore because of social stigmas that make the "alternative crowd" taboo. and just like in a psychopath, that conscience is
very small and underdeveloped. empathy and objectivity almost never enters into this kind of mind.
given that it's important to be kind and enjoy life, i think that it's equally important to examine the face of death. though no one can say what
becomes of our consciousness when our physical form dies, we do know certain facts like matter and energy cannot be destroyed nor created, they only
if the people of a country(such as america) were to see the evil they are responsible for out of mere apathy, they might think differently. if they
saw pictures of all of the innocent people that have been needlessly slaughtered because of their collective ignorance, they could see what they have
done and they might do something about it. i personally would like to take a picture of a child whose been a victim of one of these bombings and shove
it in the face of those go***amn sadists and yell "look at what you've done you fu$$ing murderers", but that's only the reactionary in me that
fails to look at things objectively and rationally. though seeing these things would hopefully make them realize what they have collectively created,
they keep their heads buried in the sand, and the more pissed off you get the more they will ignore you.
aggressiveness and violence only feeds back on itself, so do many of the evils that thrive today.
though it may seem impossible to change a whole civilization, like stepping in front of a massive boulder rolling down a mountainside thinking you are
going to stop it alone, the very fact that we all die should be inspiration to do so, though it seems to have the opposite effect.
no one person can change the whole world(of humanity).
just as our collective ignorance and apathy has let these things happen, our collective enlightenment can be the solution.
i think the very first post, the prediction, probably stated all there needed to be said about anything. and probably long posts like this one i'm
writing most likely don't need to be so long, considering the attention span of most people in the world, and also considering that the original
point of the whole thread was just a reaction to all of the stupid predictions as of late and was probably not meant to create such a discussion.
so anyway, i guess i've given my two cents, or whatever it may be worth to you.