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Che Sara Sara by Joel Biroco
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Perhaps this wd best be shelved under INTROSPECTION. For those of us who spend time thinking about our lives & life & death in general, for melancholics, these ruminations will be very familiar. Take the beginning:

"I ENVY those for whom suicide has meaning.

I sometimes think that if offered a choice between being shown the meaning of all existence and the meaning of my own nullification I would choose the latter though I know I would choose the former.

Because a sucker is born every minute. I conclude therefore that I must have chosen to be incarnated & it would indeed be terrible to remember why exactly as the only answer suicide had to offer me."

Whatever will be will we. For myself, I've never thought that there's a "meaning of all existence" or even much believed in reincarnation. The closest I come to the latter is reincarnation thru DNA mixing - something many of us chose to avoid. Perhaps not having kids is a form of suicide.

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June 14, 2008 – Shelved
June 14, 2008 – Shelved as: philosophy

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