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Thought of the day

Erin

“Life without Death (or Everlasting Life) is called ‘Cancer'”.

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3 Responses to “Thought of the day”

  1. Lisa says:

    Any particular reason for this?

    🙂

    • Erin Daven says:

      Not really. It’s been in my “Waiting” section for some time, it’s one truth that I keep reminding myself about, one that most people don’t even take the time to consider, much less actually take to heart.

      Yes, the serendipity of posting it so close to Easter hit me after I put it up. lol

  2. Tricia says:

    If you are talking about an everlasting physical existence, I’d call “Everlasting Life” a nightmare. If it were possible to stop the aging process, that would be one thing, but can you imagine the physical shape a 200 or 300 year old person would be in? And if we could retard the aging process, at what age would you do it? Would you even have a choice? It is an interesting concept, but very difficult to get my head around it due to the awesome complexities of the possibilities. For one thing, your Social Security would run out and your 401k would be obsolete. 🙂

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