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06-06-2006, 10:22 PM
Assuming existance is not just promises of a better future, what do we strive to accomplish?

upagainstit
02-15-2010, 10:56 AM
Existence as promise of a better future:

IMO, established around from above and beyond our sense of be:
we are had in ways of "living" for tomorrow.

Takes us away from our "present day" selves.

We are "foreignly controlled" from outside of ourselves.

Can you get into yourself and develop about?
We are impeded by holds on us from within.
I mean the "you" in yourself as you can "consciously" see.

jane doe
02-15-2010, 06:22 PM
I don't think about a better future, persay. I do think about deeper understanding and synergy of multiple truths expanding into my reality. I focus on sending timeless energy into the multiple layers of cognition and wrap some unconscious into my conscious. I like the intangible, unmeasured, insignificant meditations dreaming about future events, no matter how small. I believe the natural world is dwindling more rapidly than it is growing thus my evolution is purely energetic, not tangible. On an aside, I dig oil painting, abstract photography, and skin. Any conspiracy born between my mundane job and my explosive imagination is welcome.

oneinitall
03-05-2010, 11:18 PM
Assuming existance is not just promises of a better future, what do we strive to accomplish?

Existence will always be, striving in the direction, of a better future.

We may only strive to survive, whether it be, better or worse, in the long run,
the thing is, we survive on.

We do not live in some kind of, make believe, where nothing is ever the matter.

There will always be things the matter.
Intentional and not intentional.

We all strive to survive.
Others strive to be our "undoing".

We live and die, to the tune of ourselves.

The world we live in, unlikely, is open arms to us.

BlueAngel
03-05-2010, 11:22 PM
Existence will always be, striving in the direction, of a better future.

We may only strive to survive, whether it be, better or worse, in the long run,
the thing is, we survive on.

We do not live in some kind of, make believe, where nothing is ever the matter.

There will always be things the matter.
Intentional and not intentional.

We all strive to survive.
Others strive to be our "undoing".

We live and die, to the tune of ourselves.

The world we live in, unlikely, is open arms to us.

I think you're the previous poster who was banned under the name of upagainstit.

Good-bye.

oneinitall
03-05-2010, 11:23 PM
I don't think about a better future, persay. I do think about deeper understanding and synergy of multiple truths expanding into my reality. I focus on sending timeless energy into the multiple layers of cognition and wrap some unconscious into my conscious. I like the intangible, unmeasured, insignificant meditations dreaming about future events, no matter how small. I believe the natural world is dwindling more rapidly than it is growing thus my evolution is purely energetic, not tangible. On an aside, I dig oil painting, abstract photography, and skin. Any conspiracy born between my mundane job and my explosive imagination is welcome.

Unable to follow your concept.

Sounds like something from back in the 60's.
Mostly from movies and news.
I would be from the 70's and 80's.
Some kind of "flashback" in time.

BlueAngel
03-05-2010, 11:25 PM
I think you're the previous poster who was banned under the name of upagainstit.

Good-bye.

Good-bye.

jane doe
03-07-2010, 11:14 AM
Unable to follow your concept.

Sounds like something from back in the 60's.
Mostly from movies and news.
I would be from the 70's and 80's.
Some kind of "flashback" in time.

I see the similarities you've mentioned. Which things/ thought processes of the 70's and 80's do you embrace?

oneview
03-07-2010, 01:15 PM
Unable to follow your concept.

Sounds like something from back in the 60's.
Mostly from movies and news.
I would be from the 70's and 80's.
Some kind of "flashback" in time.

I see the similarities you've mentioned. Which things/ thought processes of the 70's and 80's do you embrace?

Was mostly wondering about your post earlier.?

Mentioned 70's and 80's in contrast, not really anything notice-able like 60's.

When the radio switched to - rap music - is where radio went off.
Until stations started coming out with - oldies' stations.

If you wondering why got banned was for - reprimanding moderator.

Here's where the postings between BlueAngel and I took place.

http://www.clubconspiracy.com/forum/f50/aliens-would-find-us-boring-10736.html

You can follow it through from my posts.
BlueAngel was interjecting without following along.

Latest thread is in opinions.

jane doe
03-07-2010, 06:05 PM
If you wondering why got banned was for - reprimanding moderator.

Latest thread is in opinions.

I do wonder about things, and wander around the internet, but very seldom do my wanderings require relative truth or details. I just don't wander enough to warrant research. Perhaps you are interested in whether i want to read about you getting banned? Prolly not since it's of the past. And the past is just that, or something similiar. Never the Twain shall forget. Do you revere in the past? ;) tis the gin and last night's Mr. Todd which have me registering a bit of complacency as the sun sets.

I do remember river dunes and wonderful summers in smelly old rustic shacks.

Tell us a story, instead of referring too much.

oneview
03-08-2010, 07:33 AM
Assuming existance is not just promises of a better future, what do we strive to accomplish?

IMO:

Well, the established world around, seemingly strives for:
more and more control over us.

From faced with it at our own end: most people blindly go along.
Most people seem to have no recourse.

However: there's the odd one around.
Who seemingly are looking at - going it alone.

Mostly just looking at, surviving from the own point.
Such person will either include others around or
exclude them and seperate away.

Ca sera, sera: is the outlook.