reply to post by Taupin Desciple
The op is aware that time does not really exist. What it is but loops really were not stuck in time were more or less stuck in emotions in the
thoughts in our head, literally in our heads we are stuck. The things we get stuck on we call times and places or even people like you said.
So in reality time is an illusion, and it does not move at the same speed for everybody it just appears that way. Some have been stuck in the moment
and in moments for a very, very long time.
Which do you think is more unhealthy, living in a world where there is little or no real love at all, with no hope of it ever happening, or holding
onto hope that you'll find it one day. You can do both at the same time and still live a healthy and productive life.
Abandon all hope all ye who enter here.
Hope is a form of entrapment, hope is a prison, its a carrot put in front of your face, its that little itch you just can never reach and never goes
away. In Pandora's box, after the all the other evil escaped, at the bottom in the deepest depths there was something called hope.
Pandora's box contained all the evil in the world, and supposedly all of it escaped when it was opened except hope as Pandora sealed it before it to
But you know stories and myths.
Only Hope was left within her unbreakable house, she remained under the lip of the jar, and did not fly away. Before [she could], Pandora replaced
the lid of the jar. This was the will of aegis-bearing Zeus the Cloudgatherer.
Hesiod does not say why hope (elpis) remained in the jar.
Hesiod closes with this moral (105): "Thus it is not possible to escape the mind of Zeus."
To some and to some in the ancient Greek world hope was the most evilest thing of all in all of the world. It is something that traps you in an
endless cycle that will never go anywhere. It is the maze, and in some places and through some doors the only way you can pass on, or finally get
through it all. Is to abandon all hope.
Is if you abandon all hope, in the very meaning of it all you abandon the cycle keeping you there. In the divine comedy, in the depths of hell, at
the entrance it is written above the door. Both as a warning and as a bit of advice on how to finally pass on to the next stage.
And so it all just depends on what perspective your looking at it from.
I think what Diamond of the World is talking about is that point in time when some people start waiting for their one true love. Let's say you're 17
at the time. You get this vision in your mind of what it will be like. Perfection.
I was never 17 even when I was 17 yrs old. There are days were I find it hard to believe that there is anything true, much less that there is one
true love. I am sorry to inform you that I never had a perfect vision of love, I was never that lucky. As for the op, he is reaching for things,
but missing. I suppose you could say that all of us. Our reach exceeds our grasp. Yet we still do it anyways.
All of sudden you're not 35 anymore and this close to losing hope. You're 17 again. You're at that point in your life when it still feels hopeful
and realistic that you'll find true love.
A nice story! You must be some sort of writer. I only have one question. Who put you up to it? Your like fishing bro, and the rod your holding is
not even yours.
Those 20 years that just came and went.......all that waiting and the false promises.........they're swept away in a feeling of euphoria that no drug
could hope to match. It's a feeling that only those who have experienced will really understand.
Oh ya! Interesting! Please do tell me more about what your talking about. But i warn you I may know more about it then you. So it is kind of hard
to believe you. After all after you seen the real thing, everything else is just shadows and false images. But please, do dazzle me with it. I
like a good story.
The longer we live galadofwarthethird, the more life tries to break us away from that one true love that can make us feel that way. Everyone feels it
happening in their lives but they just don't talk about it or want to recognize it for what it is.
You could have a point. Or you could not much of a point. But I think it all just depends on what your definition of life is. And for most people
its an external output that has total influence on them, life moves you life pursues you, but in the end it just seems to be you battling your own
inner demons. And they even groups themselves based on there fears and inner demons.
But before life can break us away from that one true love, there first has to be that one true love. I do belive the majority of us are chasing our