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I ask a question.
If there's another life after death, why do we call the person who kills others a murderer? Why do we try and sentence the murderer? Why don't we reward the person for his "sending others to another world"?
Nice Mr. fight the power. Though just in case, might it not be best to throw the coffin into a volcano with some weight on it? If i was more greedy, that's exactly what I would do (with mine, even though it is physically impossible)
Interpretion of feelings and the feeling of interpretion; both is the other hence the chance of both feelings and interpretion remains when you're dead.
An interpretion is a feeling, interpretion is for granted hence feelings are too. That's my signature right now. To prove it... When you see a red color for instance, if it was not some sort of feeling you would not see it, hence all interpretions are feelings and everything can interpret in some way, wouldn't you agree?