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Old 22.10.2020, 12:50
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Re: Is life ultimately a sinking ship?

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Of course, extra time that I gained won't exist after my death and the moments and feelings will be meaningless. But, why evaluate life after it ended? It's like thinking about if I enjoyed a car 5 years after selling it. Of course it's possible, but kind of dumb. I'll never be able to assess my life after my death, so why worry about this perspective in first place?
Because there is such a thing as regret. It is a powerful concept.

It shows us our priorities when we are not sure of them, consciously.

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