edited: Wednesday, September 28, 2011
By Claudio Ianora
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
Posted: Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Become a Fan
comprehending life's end not as a state of death.
On death ( though I am not sure anymore that I can attain that non state, since I have no blood, and I keep existing as a cold blooded reptile I suppose,) I have prepare the following final reflection on a aim that this ten year journey of mine has steadily pursued To pry open the third door, walk through it and leave it slightly ajar so that others can see that there is light inside there. I have prepared the following. and though not complete, i will post it, just in case this "death" ever come stealthily one night.
being so close to it I have been reflecting on it deeply. I believe i was right in calling death the forbidden beatitude even though I have finally understood that there is no such thing as death per se. That death has no faults nor any characteristics at all. It exist only in our fantasy as we wrongly attribute to it that rough patch of life that leads to it but is not part of it.
It is our fog, our ignorance and fears reflected in our syntax. So there is not even such process as dying [ spelling?] and no such state of being dead...it would have to be the state of not being if you are dead , you are not. Yet we are asked to comprehend that which cannot be given freely to the living since this would eliminate the scope of life. This knowledge must be conquered and failing to, we are compelled to build a syntax and a culture which will consign us to the enormous reserve that nature thus regiments as sacrifice to the altar of chance. Its aim is solely to produce a single perfect being, and if more, still one and the same. What can thus really be, other than what is naturally and commonly arrived at , is something else entirely different to common life experience, which however can only be determined against terrific odds-n in an imaginary place , but here and now! In our lifetime!. What we value , understand and to what end we use our life establishes our fate and the cosmos' And finally, in approaching the eternal as we enter our final phase , that to which we direct our aim and commit our self to, establishes timelessly the right relationship with the whole.
to embrace death then , is to overcome it and thus set the timber of comprehension , wisdom and character on a field that is whole, enduring and all transcendent..