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not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:13 am
by Dan~
I propose that the condition of not wanting to be human,
is a healthy expression of that oh-so-limited freedom that people claim to have.

We must imagine something greater than what is,
to strive for a form of progress.
Or at least, this could be an inner protest towards decadence.

Fate hangs heavily on me,
so i can't just choose to change everything about me.
I'd like to, but the desire to choose, is not fully there.
I feel all around me, drives and human emotions and intentions.
All happening automatically.
Most of "me" is automatic.
Humans are biological robots.

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Sun Apr 11, 2021 5:27 pm
by WendyDarling
Dan~ wrote:I propose that the condition of not wanting to be human,
is a healthy expression of that oh-so-limited freedom that people claim to have.

We must imagine something greater than what is,
to strive for a form of progress.
Or at least, this could be an inner protest towards decadence.

Fate hangs heavily on me,
so i can't just choose to change everything about me.
I'd like to, but the desire to choose, is not fully there.
I feel all around me, drives and human emotions and intentions.
All happening automatically.
Most of "me" is automatic.
Humans are biological robots.


“Fate hangs heavily on me,” How so?

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Sun Apr 11, 2021 6:31 pm
by Meno_
As we approach the miniture, pointillistic set of AI , the inner world of the cat in the box, whom we can only fathom is she/he is alive, a developing problem appears to arise between man and those ascribed to as the lesser of man.

Maybe the humanness relates to memory, yo retain the subtle distinctions which are a necessary part of becoming human, that part which is if no longer an existent -becomes erased from his near temporal recollection, while the long term memory remains as very general precepts.

So what human aspirations can really be reconstructed from less then abstract modes of expression, ?

Finally, all or most of that structural expression is reduced to the minimum, while retainining color inspired allusions to whips of recollection.

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:25 pm
by Dan~
“Fate hangs heavily on me,” How so?

There are two dans.
One : Dan the hermit. He wants to devout all resources and time,
into the inner persuit of clarity, nobility, stability, peace, and goodness.

Two : Dan the demon. He wants to go more and more insane,
and to punish everyone and everything for their natural condition.

I want 1 to overcome 2.

I find this all very hard to put into words.

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:30 pm
by encode_decode
Dan~ wrote:
“Fate hangs heavily on me,” How so?

There are two dans.
One : Dan the hermit. He wants to devout all resources and time,
into the inner persuit of clarity, nobility, stability, peace, and goodness.

Two : Dan the demon. He wants to go more and more insane,
and to punish everyone and everything for their natural condition.

I want 1 to overcome 2.

I find this all very hard to put into words.

Makes perfect sense actually - I think most if not all people have an inner "demon". The aspect of themselves that they want to overcome.
Anyone who does not think so is potentially deluded.

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Mon Apr 12, 2021 4:12 am
by Meno_
Dan~ wrote:
“Fate hangs heavily on me,” How so?

There are two dans.
One : Dan the hermit. He wants to devout all resources and time,
into the inner persuit of clarity, nobility, stability, peace, and goodness.

Two : Dan the demon. He wants to go more and more insane,
and to punish everyone and everything for their natural condition.

I want 1 to overcome 2.

I find this all very hard to put into words.





Could that account for two differing views of Christianity the traditional one enimating along the lines of the New Testament and the other one the Gnostic testament which appeared to fracture Catholicism .

If such schism, is both or either gained legitemacy, it would seem to imply a demotation and a denotation of defining demonic from the sought after clarity.

Finally, such shift to absolute definition not resemble a dramatic deconstruction to increasing general descriptions of becoming or, being human.

A distinction has been made here , as well between becoming and being human in a recent post.

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Wed Apr 14, 2021 1:55 pm
by Ierrellus
If you chose not to be human, what else could you be?

Re: not wanting to be human

PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2021 5:31 am
by MagsJ
Ierrellus wrote:If you chose not to be human, what else could you be?

Un animale