Re: living and living longer

Gina Miller (
Thu, 18 Mar 1999 15:43:43 PST

Those who succumb only to the unknown, live therein. I savor every nanosecond of life, as if the next may be the last. I also have personal reasons for feeling that way. (ie. a car wreck) However, the adoration I hold in my heart while consumming these precious moments, allows me (within my field of inetrest) to precieve an openess to the future possibilities. This insight does not detain me in any way, from the here and now. I am mostly stricken with nanofever, at this present time, and I like it.
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller

You wrote:
>In your frenzy to outlive the inconceivably distant Big Crunch or Heat
Death of the present Universe, please remember to not mimic the Christians by mortgaging your present sure thing for the sake of a future maybe - in other words, don't forget to live bigtime now, and to optimise the possibilities and potentials inherent in present experience. Make immortality an "in addition to", not an "instead of", and in your rush to seize all days, don't forget to throttle this one, and the next, and the next, until the last best juices of each one have permeated your palate of experience and are firmly esconced in delicious memory.
>Joe E. Dees
>Poet, Pagan, Philosopher
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