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Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011
I don't know how the world works. Today at school a documentary film-maker was interviewed. After watching a beautiful film the interviewer posed the question to the audience, "do you agree that our society isn't prepared for death?". All day prior to this I was feeling quite unwell and struggling to understand why lives can end so suddenly and without warning. So my first response was yes. But after thinking about the real question I decided that my answer was actually no. What we aren't prepared for is grief.
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
My favourite thought of late is that of trying to imagine that nothing had ever existed. It troubles me because I want to think about the world being a complete nothing, but I can't. My brain stops at that very moment. No one has ever known nothing, so no one can possibly imagine it.
I feel like I used to be a little bit fun, but I lost it.
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