we're all gonna die.
rinse and repeat....
I don't know how you can 'rinse' a badly written sentence, but repetition is not necessary. If we are all going to die, what's there to repeat?
And of course, the truth is, we ARE all going to die, because we were all born.
From another perspective; only bodies die, so no 'self' EVER dies, so NO ONE IS EVER GOING TO DIE, because we are eternal beings. Bodies are born
and bodies - ALL bodies will die eventually, but life is eternal.
Remember that death is the opposite of BIRTH, not life, as primitive earth natives so commonly think. Life has no opposite, because it's eternal.
Light also has no opposite, neither does Heat. But people have started using "polar" words because of their polar thinking, and because it's very
convenient to have an 'opposite in vocabulary' for extremely (from the body's point of view) small amounts of either one. Light exists as a real
force, and it's tiny parts are called 'fotons'.
Darkness doesn't exist, except as a 'very tiny amount of light', that the human body (physical eyes) perceive as 'light not existing there'. That
doesn't mean that light doesn't exist there, because the human eye is very limited in it's perceptions, and light is everywhere. Sometimes it's
just invisible to the physical eye (but not necessarily to etheric and/or astral eyes).
But even if darkness (or 'true vacuum', for that matter) really existed, it still wouldn't have any substance or form. You can't create or form
darkness, you can't measure a 'darkness atom', and you can't measure the 'speed of darkness', because it doesn't exist. Darkness is only a term
for "minimal amount of light", or as some would ignorantly call it "lack of light". What people call 'darkness' is just basically an extended
If you really want to test this in real life, not taking my word for it (and why should anyone), you can easily do it - light always 'wins' over
darkness, because light is SOMETHING, and darkness doesn't exist (except as 'lack of light', for a simple term - but even 'lack of light' is
really just a tiny amount of light).
You can take a room filled with light, but surrounded by darkness (like a cabin at night), and open the doors and windows without worry - the darkness
won't come in, but the light pours out.
Or you can take a room filled with darkness and surrounded by light (like a cabin at daytime), and open the doors and windows without worry - the
darkness won't come out, but light will pour in.
Light is a 'something', so it can be studied, measured, and it comes in wide variety of colors, speeds (depending on the substance it travels