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Death is imaginary.


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Posted (edited)

1 hour ago, Leo Gura said:

Death is imaginary.

Why don't you jump off a birdge then and show me?

Edited by roopepa

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5 minutes ago, roopepa said:

Why don't you jump off a birdge then and show me?

What a lousy argument to be made.

Why would one do such a thing even if death is imaginary?

 


They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions 

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15 minutes ago, roopepa said:

Why don't you jump off a birdge then and show me?

 

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9 minutes ago, Adamq8 said:

What a lousy argument to be made.

Why would one do such a thing even if death is imaginary?

I have been on the edge of insanity and suicide.

If one says death is imaginary, they should have no problem showing me there is nothing to fear.

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33 minutes ago, roopepa said:

Why don't you jump off a birdge then and show me?

What would it show you?

You might as well ask me to show you Santa Claus by going to the North Pole.


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9 minutes ago, roopepa said:

I have been on the edge of insanity and suicide.

If one says death is imaginary, they should have no problem showing me there is nothing to fear.

Why would someone kill themselves if death is imaginary? You're creating, value, meaning, and "shoulds" where there are none. You can't derive an ought from an is. Philosophy 101 bruh. 

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8 minutes ago, Leo Gura said:

What would it show you?

Music can't be shown to the deaf.

What do you mean by "imaginary"?

If you don't go and jump off a bridge to your own death to show me the "imaginary-ness" of it, what meaning does that word have? Why don't you call it "non-imaginary" or "real" then?

One user on the forum already killed himself. When will you take your words seriously?

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@roopepa Are you alive? being "alive" is also imaginary..........Hope that clarified things for you a little bit.

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17 minutes ago, roopepa said:

What do you mean by "imaginary"?

I mean it is an image held in your mind.

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If you don't go and jump off a bridge to your own death to show me the "imaginary-ness" of it, what meaning does that word have?

You are imagining me jumping off a bridge.

You are imagining the future.

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One user on the forum already killed himself.

Or so you imagine.

Just because something in your imagination shocks you does not make it true.

You are imagining the past.

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If my answers frighten you, then you should cease asking scary questions.


You are God. You are Love. You are Infinity. You are Leo.

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1 hour ago, roopepa said:

Why don't you jump off a birdge then and show me?

Leo probably doesn't want his life to end. Leo is only one unique expression of the infinite. The infinite doesn't die, Leo does. You see?

And there aren't bubbles of consciousness either. It is just emptiness, in which you and all things appear. That is what consciousness is, it's the emptiness things appear in. What you type to me now from is a unique expression of the infinite emptiness. What observes the things you read and type now is the infinite emptiness.

It's actually kind of obvious when you think about it. If you see a tree as "tree" then if is one, but if you compare leaves on a tree they are separate and unique despite being one thing.

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