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What is the point of having the gift of existence if you aren’t constantly using it to grow

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Existentiallism?

The world is dictated to us by our own perspective.  Reality is all completely subjective.  Therefore, there is no true ‘reality’.   Nothing is really defined as we think it is because to another species it’s completely different.  So how can either be real?  To us, the sky is sky.  Maybe in an ants reality the sky is outer space and our outer space doesn’t exist.  Can one thing be two different things and still be real or can your reality only be determined by your own existence unto itself?

Vegetal Cannibilism?

I drink a lot of tea.  Green, herbal, caffeine free- Sometimes I prefer tea with Arizona prickly pear in it.  Sometimes I drink tea made from flowers. Sometimes I have leftover room temperature tea from earlier in the day that I haven’t finished.  This tea usually gets dumped in the house plant next to my desk.  Am I inducing some strange form of cannibalism?

 

Nobody wants either of you

: conceptualize a love story about the end slices of a loaf of bread.

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This is why the world is sexier for tall people

Everybody knows ‘people all see the world through their own eyes’ but do you ever think about how peoples’ sizes change their perception as opposed to your own?  Someone tiny will experience the world completely differently than a man who is 6’6″.   It’s a fact that we instinctual and subconsciously compare things to the size of the average human body as well as our own when contemplating an object.   There is an artist who plays on this by creating large-scale sculptures of everyday objects that transform into threatening presences once made larger than the human body.
Viewing a face from the top is seen as one of the most flattering angles (think Myspace shots) so the world is probably a little bit sexier for tall people.  They also get a more clear view down women’s shirts and see minimal belly flab.   Short people see the worst angle, one full of double chins and open nostrils.   Yuck

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Writing your own obituary is a excellent way of planning goals in your life.  What do you want it to say, what do you want to leave the world?  How do you make those things happen?  It’s easier to decide on your life when you put the fleeting time span into perspective with a definite end.
When we think of all the time we have in the future life becomes abstract and overwhelming.  Try to do it backwards, it helps.

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Disney bought Star Wars.  Therefore it must be safe to assume that all moms in Star Wars will now be dead and never spoken of from this point forward.  Or perhaps there weren’t any to begin with?  How would I know