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“Do I really want it, this self, these scattered fingerprints on the air, to persist forever, to outlast the atomic universe?
Those who scoff at the Christian hope of an afterlife have on their side not only a mass of biological evidence knitting the self-conscious mind tight to the perishing body but a certain moral superiority as well: isn’t it terribly, well, selfish, and grotesquely egocentric, to hope for more than our animal walk in the sun, from eager blind infancy through the productive and procreative years into a senescence that, by the laws of biological instinct as well as by the premeditated precepts of stoic virtue, will submit to eternal sleep gratefully? 345 more words
There’s been an overwhelming sense of love within my space, and surprisingly it began in my spirit pouring out with each encounter. It was quite hard to understand as each day I spent with my beloved companion of 14 years, Prince Akeem as we got ready for his transition. 174 more words
My Friend: I am asking you the most important question of life. Your joy or your sorrow for all eternity depends upon your answer. The question is: 2,634 more words