BY indefiniteloop

“Early philosophy states that we are the only ones here on this blue marvel who have the power to conceptualise based on our past, or present perceptions. Take for e.g. Death - Something that in its entirety is the complete opposite of the act of perceiving. For when you die there’s nothing to perceive. There’s nothing to do. There’s nothing, and we become nothing. These lines about death, are my conceptions of Death based on what I’ve perceived so far about it. Unfortunately, what we feel through our senses comes bundled with yet another sense - A sense of betrayal. If what we perceive, almost always, betrays us then it’s logical to say that our conceptions, and observations come with the same price tag. What all of this means is that most of all, there is a sense of betrayal in everything.” -

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