Originally posted by raggster that's probably all the air that the lungs retain while a person's alive. Ischa, if a person's form is defined by his/her "spirit," then how do you explain people who are born with physical defects? is that a reflection of a deformity in the person's spirit as well?
Originally posted by freakster2k1 i am none of the above.
what am i then? i am merely a being in which is conscious of itself, but not as a 'solid thing' but rather, conscious of my mind and the events that happen, in which i play the key figure. the moment, we become unconscious of the I, and of its place in the universe, we cease to exist. Or in the 'I''s case, the moment we become unconscious of the other, it ceases to exist.
it sounds ****ed up, but it does incorporate, what it ought to incorporate, that of, drastic dynamism that occurs in one life; that of birth and of death.. or in some people, that of married life.