On Being and Nothingness

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(Apr 24, 2019 10:43 PM)C C Wrote: One thing about genuine "nothingness" as absence of even blankness and its cognition, is that it does make the perfect conjunctive nexus to another island of consciousness. One's experiences incrementally arose from that phenomenal desert during fetal development, and returning to that emptiness and lack of identity via death is arguably a repeat (but necessarily of the same life). No baggage, like memory or other information, is brought along in the transition, so there are no violations of natural conventions.

It's not just an absence or lack. As in the case of fetal development, it is potential. The only difference is choice of viewpoint. One to survive and one to surrender.
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