Johnny Lawless

Nothing

Is pain in the body or the mind?

Are they the same?

Nothing could be

the final peace we search for.

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  • Johnny Lawless

    Pain comes from the body and the mind. A white light at death = peace, in my case a yellow, soothing light. I felt the end of thought = nothing.

    • Johnny Lawless

      The mind is the cause of suffering. The soul/existence finally reaches nothing/peace after many lifetimes.

      Possibly.

      • OUTBACK

        THERE IS ( NO ) PEACE* to BE " ATTAINED " - BY WAY of THE " SEARCH " FOR IT* ! " SEARCHING - " PLACES* ALL* - THAT is SO DESIRED* to BE " ATTAINED " - SOMEWHERE ELSE* OTHER* THAN - ( HERE & NOW ) : IN A FICTITIOUS* & NON - EXISTENT* - ( FUTURE )* TIME* - WITHIN " TIME " . . .

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      • OUTBACK

        LIFE* ( IS )* ! MIND / BODY / SOUL* = ALL* CONCEPTUALLY BASED & PERCEIVED AS SUCH* - WITHIN* THE NATUE of DUALITY* . . .

        • Johnny Lawless

          The duality is what living things experience. At the end of this experience could be nothing. Just a thought amongst a trickling of vibrations.

          • OUTBACK

            WELL* - ALL ( IS ) LIVING* ALL IS LIFE* : THE PERCEPTION* of THAT* - WHICH is ( KNOWN )* AS - DEATH* = IS BUT " CHANGE " ! ALL* - THAT is LIFE ( & ALL SO IS )* = IMMORTALITY* !

          • orchidee

            I think one is emotional pain, and the other is physical pain. Yet we feel pain and know we have a pain, of whatever sort, as our minds informs us of it.
            Meanwhile - except if we got nothing in our mind, that is! If we're made of wood? lol. We could put our hand in a fire and not know pain then. As we do?!
            Here ends today's psychology lesson.

            • Johnny Lawless

              G.P.D.

              This was written with a Nihilist point of view. Don't worry, I'm still a Christian in my weird way.

              L.



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