landfill or loosing against the time
I tried to think about ‘time’ as a construction we need to give our regular minds the stability to cross mental and physical barriers and I came to the conclusion, that it was a waste of time . . .
not a waste of time – in my eyes/mind – is to think about the wastefulness we’re living out day for day (which is already a long span of time for an individual to waste, eh, whatever they waste!)
so we live in times, where our ancestors spent and we do spend a lot of time on decorating our world by building buildings, roads, driving cars, burning fuel in cars, burning fuel for fun or people or both. eventually all this crap ends up in the soil we’re walking on in eternity. everything turns to dust at some point, sometimes before it expires, i.e. after unfortunate events like heart attacks or strokes, or after it has lost its usefulness, i.e. schools, kindergartens (considering the disastrous demographic development in our societies of higher failing).
we all know these things and we don’t care, or we don’t have the time to care, I mean we don’t prioritise our time for that.
what many people don’t know is, that one day the generations, who might follow will go and dig up resources out of the soil, because there will be nothing left to build buildings or drive cars with. It’s just a few examples, but what surprises me most is, that there won’t even be enough ‘manpower’ to rummage through the ground like kids in a sandbox, because we don’t make enough babies and it can be so much fun!
long story, what I wanna say is: have SEX now!
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