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Anonymous 05/13/2020 (Wed) 01:58:00 No. 860
I have a dark fascination with this seemingly 'end of the world' status we're entering. Will the future hold death or solace? I don't know.
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who knows
Been feeling pretty cyberpunk wearing a mask. I have to travel for work and the abandoned vibe, especially in the early mornings, was quite eerie....
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Solace, as it does after every cataclysm.
>>860
As for me, I hold a cold - grim resolve. Man is a creature full of suffering, and yet he has endured for well over ten thousand years of strife. Perhaps the biblical tales of destruction are memories of actual events - and yet, even against the will of gods old and new, we survived.

It is that resolve that fills me now in this new age of darkness. This too shall pass.
>>997

can't remember which documentary I've watched - the presentor presents one view that the galaxy we're in (and ultimately, earth and all the life that have ever walked on this planet) is the result of a random reactions and interactions of the elements spew out immediately after the Big Bang. Had the reaction and interactions varied slightly, our galaxy, solar system and earth would not exist.

Which I think, it is then logical that we shouldn't view everything under the sun so serious at all.
Day in day out, we're told to work hard, earn cash, pay tax, buy stuffs and be satisfied.

Is life really mean to be like that though?
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>>1070
You could even take it from the opposite view: that we shouldn't give ourselves over to empty materialism, because we've been endowed with free will by some deity who created the universe as clockwork, but who didn't mean for us to be automatons much less wagies and paypigs.
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sleeping powder

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