Life And Death

To fear death is to fear the unknown… To fear the unknown is to fear Nature

The tarry of psychological and historical cryogenisation made by humanity and aimed to cling to the known, terrified by the unknown, shaped both the whole sum of human nevousness and fears… and the whole petty circus of anthropocentric man-manufactured stratagems, inventions, illusions and paranoid living so to escape the unknown… the sum of which manifested itself in many, many, many different forms of escapism from life such as gods, ideals, existential rhetorics, ethical sophistry, spiritual misty elevations and illusions of all kind.

So we have separated, intellectually, life from death… while the whole universe, from a jungle to a galaxy is all about life nourishing death and vice-versa.

We denied death destroying life, indeed encapsulating it into dogmas, beliefs and fears…

Ignoring the basilar shocking condition of which it is not death that we truly fear… but rather life… and because of this ultimate separation, humans fought with each other… inwardly and outwardly… for thousands of years.

The very moment in which we were born we began the slow progressive process of dying…

Only the fool, the stupid, the corroded psyche would fear the process of death… intellectually replacing life, which implies death, with divine ambitions whatsoever… ’cause such a miserable mind wants to deny the reality in which we are dying every second of our life: and that’s nature!

To deny death is to deny nature… therefore it’s to deny life itself…

And death being nature… then to deny death is to deny the condition itself of being human beings. Such denial holds a major responsibility for the corrosion of human intelligence…