How to interpret interpret an interpretive question
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Mashable: How do you interpret an interpretation of an interpretative question?
If you answered “Yes, of course” to any of these questions, you’ve probably asked yourself this question before.
It’s something I’ve pondered since I was a child.
It was the most powerful and defining expression of the existential crisis I had as a kid: “What if I never see another human being again?”
I had to choose between my own life and the life of my loved ones.
So yes, yes, I had a very different and very dark answer to that question, and I think I probably would have come to a very similar conclusion if I hadn’t seen a person die.
It would have been like a different life.
And I would have ended up thinking about this question, which is: “Why does a human being have to be here?”
It’s a really powerful question, so I’m not going to go into too much detail.
If you’re still interested, I will give you some answers.
And if you want to go deeper, I’m also going to answer some more difficult questions.
There’s a lot of things that can happen when you see someone die.
For example, you may have a vision of what happened, but you’re not sure if you’ve actually seen what happened.
The first time you see a dead person, you don’t understand what’s going on.
You just think, “What’s going to happen next?”
But then you get a second chance, and then the answer is obvious.
When you see somebody dying, you are experiencing the world for the first time, and it’s like, “Oh my God, that’s so cool.”
You see something that you don and you’re just like, wow, I really did see that.
When people die, their experience is different.
They’re experiencing it for the very first time.
They can’t imagine what the next life might be like.
But they’re not thinking, “Well, if I just didn’t see that, I wouldn’t be alive anymore.”
That’s a very important difference between dying and being alive.
The death is a moment in time.
And there’s nothing that can change that, no matter what happens to you or what happens in the next world.
And so we can’t compare it to seeing another person die, because that’s an entirely different thing.
When someone dies, there is nothing you can do about it.
You have no control over anything.
You can’t say, “This person is dead,” because it’s already happened.
So you see another person’s body.
You’re not able to tell whether it’s someone you know or not, because it has already happened and it hasn’t changed.
So that’s the difference.
When I’m thinking about death, it’s a feeling of being alone.
There are two sides to the coin.
The one side is the one you have right now, and you can choose to be a part of it.
And the other side is where the future is.
You don’t have control over what’s happening to you.
You cannot choose the future.
And then, the third, and most important, side of it, the final one, is the sense of not being in control.
When something happens to me, I don’t know what it is or who is going to take care of it for me.
It might be my friends, it might be a doctor, or it might just be someone else.
And that’s not what death is about.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in a hospital, a prison, a police station, or your parents are watching you die.
You are in a state of limbo.
You haven’t decided what to do, and no one knows what will happen to you after that.
So there’s no clear sense of what you’ll do with your life.
You’ve just got to choose.
And life is a really weird place to be.
And it’s also really hard to see someone who is dying.
So, death is really strange, especially when you’re really young.
But I guess you could say that death is also weird because death is the ultimate expression of nihilism.
When death happens, you get to decide what’s right.
You might think, I have to live this way forever.
But it doesn’t really matter.
So death is actually kind of the best expression of what it means to be human.
But in this particular case, it was my parents who were watching me die, and they had to decide whether they wanted to live, and if they didn’t, they didn.
It didn’t matter to them.
It wasn’t about me.
There was no choice for them.
And what it did matter to me was that I had lived this way my whole life.
It really hurt them.
But then I thought about it and realized that it really hurt me.
So I didn’t want to live like this, because I thought that it would make me miserable.
Mashable: How do you interpret an interpretation of an interpretative question?If you answered “Yes, of course” to any of these…