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#2 - kampi ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
Why don't we just love life, accept death and hate killing? To me, it sounds like best aspect to choose!
#263 to #2 - siggythepiggy (08/23/2013) [-]
Because then there wouldn't be Call of Duty
#249 to #2 - anon (08/23/2013) [-]
ACCEPT LIFE, LOVE KILLING AND HATE DEATH.GOT IT.
User avatar #195 to #2 - tittentei (08/23/2013) [-]
Killing is necessary, and just another way of death. You can't accept death by hating killing.
User avatar #274 to #195 - kampi ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
You die by killing, but that's called being murdered/killed, not dieing.
User avatar #275 to #274 - tittentei (08/23/2013) [-]
You still die lol. And whatever you wanna call it is just a preference.
User avatar #276 to #275 - kampi ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, you die, but not by natural causes or human causes. And don't tell me that weapons are human, because they are made by humans, not of/from humans.
User avatar #277 to #276 - tittentei (08/23/2013) [-]
So humans aren't part of nature? I'd say humans are just as natural as algae. Would you count dying from a bear maul as natural or as being killed? And what if a chimp makes a (primitive) weapon and kills you with it?
User avatar #278 to #277 - kampi ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, because that it totally what I said.

Dying from a bear maul would be considered being killed, since if you would die from a bear maul than it would mean you'd have pissed of a bear for some reason. There's no circle of life about it and no other legitimate reason for the bear to attack you, since bear doesn't eat humans.

The chimp kills someone. With a weapon. I can't see how you made my point any clearer in this case.

If you're too old, get a life-threatening disease/sickness or any other physichally impossability or injury which (can't be cured, of course) you would die. You won't get killed by cancer, age or sickness. That's physical, natural reaction based on different kind of events in life.

If you die because someone made something against you which will lead to death eventually, it's killing. That does not mean that like a poisonous flower could kill you, but you would die from the disease/sickness/injury you've recieved from it. You would get killed by the disease/sickness/injury, not the flower itself. (And please, don't bring up the "guns doesn't kill people, people kill people"-thing, because that is complete ******** .) Even such things as unconscious or unintentional killing (like mentally "broken" people, accidentally pushing someone out from the 15th floor, etc) is considered killing. You perhaps didn't intend to, but you killed him/her, and he/she got killed by you.
... And the chimp is out of question. It kills you. Okay?
User avatar #279 to #278 - tittentei (08/23/2013) [-]
So a bear kills you, but bacteria makes you die? I don't fully see the logic. I see that it's possible to categorize humans from the rest, because they aren't natural, (even tho they are, imo), but not how you can categorize natural things from eachother.

And the flower thing: You don't get killed by the flower, you die from the disease/sickness/injury, would that mean that if I mixed strychnine into someone's drink, I didn't kill them, but the disease/sickness/injury did?
User avatar #280 to #279 - kampi ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
Bacterias do not have a "body", no brain, no intestines, no etc.. They are alive, yes, but they're not categorised as an animal, or something thinking, last time I checked.

Well, are you a flower, and did you happen to be in the drink? It's the same about weapons. And you intend to kill someone. That's just logic.
User avatar #281 to #280 - tittentei (08/23/2013) [-]
"My logic applies only when I want it "
#282 to #281 - kampi ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
Okay, fine, I won't even bother anymore.   
Have a nice day.
Okay, fine, I won't even bother anymore.
Have a nice day.
#6 to #2 - nwbballplayer (08/22/2013) [-]
Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. Everyone knows they're going to die. However, not everyone wants to accept it. They need to know that when they eventually die, it isn't the end. That they will continue on some other plain of existence. Now this isn't me bashing religion or anything. It just seems to me that the people who appreciate life the most are the ones who accept death as the end (or as stated, the painful truth). This is just my opinion and obviously doesn't apply to everyone.

I guess I should prepare for the rage and red thumbs since I decided to post my opinion on the internet
User avatar #247 to #6 - foxxywithpaws (08/23/2013) [-]
Those people should just listen to The Doors.
User avatar #12 to #6 - benjamino (08/22/2013) [-]
Can we please talk about serious issues guys?

Like what does that sign say?
User avatar #163 to #12 - tekoronia ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
It's supposed to say
"Imagine the sky
How is the sky
Touch the sky"

I think
#254 to #163 - angelious (08/23/2013) [-]
i think it reads imagine how is the sky touch...
#143 to #12 - contaminatedwin (08/23/2013) [-]
It says "Imagine how is touch the sky"
It says "Imagine how is touch the sky"
User avatar #7 to #6 - kampi ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
Well, I said that we should accept death, not that we die. Everyone will die someday. It doesn't really have anything with to do about reincarnation, because that means that you die and get reborn.

I haven't read many books with a bad, painful ending.

Death is not a painful truth, unless you see it as one. That part has with perspective to do. Not facts. Well, facts can also be illusions, if you see that as a different perspective too, but that's not having the feet on the ground.

I love life, accept death and hate killing.
#8 to #7 - nwbballplayer (08/22/2013) [-]
Believe me, I understand where you are coming from. And my response wasn't meant to be a counterargument, but more of an elaboration on the idea that you originally brought up. I too believe that perspective has a lot to do with how you view death. And I also share your views on life, death, and killing.
#9 to #8 - kampi ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
You sounds like an intellectual and wise fellow. Not because of our alike views, but for you being so open-minded and listening.   
I like you.
You sounds like an intellectual and wise fellow. Not because of our alike views, but for you being so open-minded and listening.
I like you.
#10 to #9 - nwbballplayer (08/22/2013) [-]
Thanks  It's nice having a conversation with someone who, while they support their own stance, is open to understanding someone else's. Maybe it's just me, but I don't tend to see that very often of FJ. And you seem like a wise fellow yourself
Thanks It's nice having a conversation with someone who, while they support their own stance, is open to understanding someone else's. Maybe it's just me, but I don't tend to see that very often of FJ. And you seem like a wise fellow yourself
#11 to #10 - kampi ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
Well, of course! That's the road I've been taught by both mother and myself to walk.
Thank you very much, dear sir. It means a lot.
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