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TITLE (EDIT)
A Hypothesis On Life
DESCRIPTION
A philosophical approach to a question with an impossible answer. Would like to hear your opinions and ideas as well! How about a discussion or debate?

[416 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Literary Fiction
AUTHOR
Mike Piotrowski
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[February 2012]
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A Hypothesis On Life
Mike Piotrowski


The meaning of life is difficult to theorize,

Actually impossible,

The complexity and unknown factors that attribute to the long biological and psychological changes vary for each human being,

Most often one usually analyzes their life when death is near,

Trying to understand years and years of memories long gone, to gain a bearing or some kind of logical reasoning for their existence,

At these critical times one may even become more spiritually aware, which seems the reasonable path,

The reason of this logic is simple, humans are afraid of the unknown,

Life is full of experiences that are unknown to us at any given time, though once accomplished and informed, they become mere experiences of a more normal nature,

One may even say that the human mind works within the laws of logic,

Though logical thinking can only explain so much,

As discussed earlier death is one of the most important moments in life, contrasting birth on the other spectrum of life,

The significant element of death is that of logical failure,

Our system of logic fails,

At this given point of time, the time of death, there becomes an unknown factor,

This factor in my opinion sparked the many religions of the world,

Through the medium of religion one can then rationalize death,

Death no longer seems like an incomprehendbile black void, but now has reason and purpose therefore constructing a logical base,

Though religions serve a valuable role in the process of life and death, one must exclude this variable due to its subjective and non factual based nature,

The process of birth is the exact opposite of death, life is given,

One cannot help comparing the two most crucial elements in any human beings life, the moment of birth and death,

These two moments alone define our evolution, but most of all symbolically define every element in our world,

Everything has a beginning and an end,

Therefore almost every known element follows the same path as our own, the same destiny,

To come to a conclusion,

Attempting to theorize life is an impossible task, though gaining an understanding of the processes of birth and death gives us a glimpse into the fabric of our existence,

Through the exploration of these two fundamental elements of life, in the near future one can possibly uncover great discoveries that may potentially unlock the mysteries of the feared "unknown factor", though personally I hope we never see the day, since it might change humanity as we know it forever.
      

 

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June 2009
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