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- Posted: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 08:53:30 +0000
I know. You dodged my question.
What the ********?
I told you how there is strength in being angry.
I ******** answered your goddamn question directly.
The significance of life is a personal one. I can value death as much or more as you can value life, thereby according to you granting me strength through my closeness to death. They are both negative emotions, and there's no strength in either of them. I'm looking at the absence in both cases of emotional stability, and calling that void weakness. Is your definition of strength different?
Death has no value. It literally is 0.
Strength is an emission of being, the volume of the call you yell and emit. Sadness and pity is the tool to gather against a people, anger is the force enacted. True anger and sadness is only granted to those who understand the interrelationship of both in battle. The solemn attitude of destroying lives yet wincing later at the waste. It's many times necessary to save weak-minded vessels from themselves and from yourself.
At least that seems the ethics of battle and war to me.
There's no time for pitying unto myself.
I know I'm being far out, but your idea about the absence of value in death is an opinion. Not one I necessarily agree with, but it is. I don't mean to pull out philosophical semantics, but that is what you have run this conversation into. It's stripped of its initial meaning and has become about our opinions as to the definition of strength and how we relate it to forms of negativity.
I have a harsh opinion indeed, but the truth is your personal death is 0. But, other's deaths may have an effect on you, will you use sadness or anger to live past their deaths? Can you escape your distraught inner-sanctum with either emotion? Or both perhaps, maybe it can help propel your inner inertia into a goal you've always had but never lived to completely obtain.