maandag 16 december 2013

comments about the full life 2 | living a life, having a life, being in a life

This is the second post of a series of nine: comments about the full life. On the startpage of the nine posts there is a short introduction to the series. Also there are nine links, 
one to each of the posts, and nine links, one to each of the nine video realizations.

LIVING A LIFE
(instead of being dead)
is a universal biological term.
Living a life is being here.
It is a natural state.
A natural state in a natural environment.
A natural state in which death comes and goes.
A natural state that is rampant dramatical.
A natural state that is both material and spiritual.
Lives that are lived are full lives.
(In lives that are lived the transition from the phase coinciding with the conditioned identity to the stage where the transit identity is being recognized and acknowledged, is an organic happening.)

HAVING A LIFE
is a neurotic term, specifically applicable to cultures that have an exploitative attitude towards nature.
Having a life is moving within one of the molds offered by these cultures.
Having a life is being with it.
Pro or anti, but being with it; belonging to the culture.
Having a life is a fiction, or, a cultural translation of the natural.
It is a cultural state in a cultural environment.
A cultural state in which death - if it exists at all - is something that is feared or hated.
A cultural state that is dramatical only in appearance.
A cultural state that is just material.
A cultural state in which the cultural identity is a fixed identity who exploits the natural entity.
Lives that are had are flat lives.
(In lives that are had the transition from the phase coinciding with the conditioned identity to the stage where the transit identity is being recognized and acknowledged, is blocked.)

BEING IN A LIFE
is a generally applicable dramatic term.
Being in a life is experiencing the meaning of life.
It is a natural state.
A natural state in a cultural environment.
A natural state with death as constantly present measure.
A natural state that is both material and spiritual.
A natural state, in which the natural entity interacts with the cultural identity.
Lives in which one is are full lives.
(In lives that are experienced the transition from the phase coinciding with the conditioned identity to the stage where the transit identity is being recognized and acknowledged, is the first manifestation of free choice.)




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