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a thought which has been thought so many times it takes on a form within the genetic structure
at the bottom of every Murder there is a
death-outcome postulate or assertion
death-outcome assertions have to exist in the person before an outcome of any Form of murder can occur
no death-outcome assertions within the person then no form of death-outcome realities will come from the person
there are at least two ways these abstract assertions become part of a person
all death-outcome assertions eventually reduce to a simple-structured thought/sentence
"starve til dead"
death-outcome assertions take hold in the mind when the person is at their physical/mental peak (we all can probably appreciate the reason/s why such a profound decision has to take place when our mind's and bodies are at their healthiest)
in the writer's case, it was when he was seventeen
the moment is clearly remembered
i was in the company of three or four my peers
the conversation we were having isn't remembered in detail
it wasn't a heavy-duty ethical subject or anything like that
as it is recalled it was light, good-natured, to and fro Banter between young males enjoying each others company
the actual thought isn't remembered either
what is remembered is my reaction to it
my thought was "no, i don't want that"
it was undoubtedly a Stray thought
why do death-outcome assertions occur in the first place?
the unsatisfactory answer is because they can
our reality is, currently, The 3 of Pi
the reality of 3 is, inherently, finite
a finite reality which can, albeit, be experienced endlessly
listen people, if there was a reality within the confines of 3 which was wholly satisfactory to everyone we would be living it
the Lover has "been there and done that" with every variation of experience you can think of
it is the unrepeatably new of the inexhaustible endless which has both the quality and quantity of freshness which life craves
all the hard work and the worst* is behind us
this is why ethical orientation has to be introduced into our notions of life/behaviour and it needs to be understood that it takes practice to instil this trait into our being
once a death outcome assertion has become part of a person in future Undulations they can form early on in the life of that person; any time after the brain is capable of forming structured sentences
an example of death-outcome assertions is
"starve til dead"
it is currently thought that this assertion began with the thought "if i had as much money as i wanted i could do whatever i wanted"
all death-outcome assertions have at least two aspects
each aspect is a variable
"drown in water"
"drown in oil"
"boil in water"
"boil in oil"
the strongest death-outcome assertions will be able to accommodate weaker death-outcome assertions but not the other way around
the assertion "drown in water" is a milder form of death than "boil in water"
equally, a weaker form of death cannot accommodate a stronger one
a man who killed in
self-defence does not want to share a cell with a
a child-murderer does not want to share a cell with a cannibal
cannibals have to be isolated
a death-outcome assertion does not become part of a person unless that person allows it to become part of himself or herself
* forget what you have thought until now This is the reason for world war 1