Discussion in 'The Sanctuary' started by Caesar, Jan 18, 2013.
describe the color to me.
It was an orangish blue... Look it up, try to find a carpet sample swash
It was what a man born blind dreams of when sleeping off a concussion
It was a black with no darkness, a reflection of an empty well's bucket
It was a perception of an expression that words could never tell
The color was less than colorful, it was almost a smell
i rest my case..
The orangish blue part was meant to be humorous, I guess you disregarded the rest
im going to eat some shrooms and prophecy to yu nigz
what was i supposed to say to any of that? it's telling that you have to be vague when trying to explore beyond the limits of the imagination. i think you helped me prove my point.
i'd like to retract this intellectual cop out. i'm reminded of the carl sagan demonstration of flatland as a way of thinking about the 4th dimension:
even though we can't imagine a 4th dimension, it doesn't stop us from building a logical design of how it would work. so if there's a logical design for life without struggle or pain then i should be able to demonstrate it. if i can't conceive of such a model then i can't very well support my position on the speculation that there might be one. so yes @Radium, i think you demonstrated that life requires suffering by its very nature.
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