Ambiguous Limits

Discussion in 'Philosophy' started by Indefinable, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. Learning has no limits, but education contradicts learning.

    Growing is an inevitability of nature, but infrastructure deters such growth.

    Observing knows no false pretenses, but words have written a cloud of suppression.

    Self-effacing is undeniably the way to prevent over-indulgence, but wants and needs have defaced our journey for being a sentient sapiens since the very start.

    Dying has no limits, but who are we to say we have limits?

    Enlightening as each little aspect of life can be; we never appreciate death.
  2. Who's to say we die at all?
  3. Reincarnation.

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