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#825a

May 23, 2016

There is a sadness that has come up, and attached to this sadness there is anger.

When I look at this sadness and anger, the only cause I can attribute to it is that the temporary is angry and sad that it cannot become immortal.

It does not want to die.
It does not want to end.
It wants to be immortal.

It is pulling out all the tricks, trying to be immortal.

It is thinking loudly, and thinking is going in all directions, because only through immortal thought can it be immortal.

It is trying to figure out how to save itself, and yet there is also this idea that if it saves itself, it has failed to become immortal.

This is circular reasoning from which there is no way out of thought.

From → #820-852, Step 4

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