Speak of the devil!
After posting up the previous post in this blog, I had the opportunity to share my findings with a colleague of mine. This led to the heaviest existential, philosophical discussion ever, concerning us humans. It spanned topics from biological behaviors, suicide tendencies all the way down to human history.
I will provide a write-up in the near future after I’ve digested all this information in my head. Yet I guess what they say is true, one’s own perception of life determines what actions that will come from it.
Yet I must pose this question to those who read this.
What animal other than humans have the tendency to commit suicide? As in understanding the consequence of their actions leading to death and logically accepting it without any reservation?
The answer I got from my colleague was a moth, as in a moth to a flame, but I did not accept it seeing that it was an insect and not a mammal.
It was all very intriguing and it has been far too long since I had my mind jogged like this. Much fun!
Plus here’s another quip that I realized while discussing this matter.
The more you say no to something, the more you want it.
The more you want something, the more likely you wont get it.
Think about it. It does make sense doesn’t it?
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