Wednesday, November 20, 2002

Don't Lose Me on This....

If you lose something that is intangible, can you ever get it back? my answer would be no, i don't think it's possible, maybe i'm just crazy, but let me continue before you commit me. Let's say you lose your sight, you can't regain that to what is was, through medical advances, it will never be the same, and you'll only be able to define shapes and all this other wierd shit. You can loose your memory, a lot of people when they get drunk, but you can't regain it fully back, as you grow older that's something you know you will lose. What about your artistic ability, you will always be able to draw as well as you do now, or write a book, or tell a joke, if you loose that, you can't regain it, they are as good as gone. Virginity, once you give that away, you can never have it back, "born agian virgins", that's as bad as "born agian christians", which brings up another point, if you lose faith in god, can you regain it? it's also intangible, so shouldn't the answer be no? most people who "find" "god" "agian" say they feel "it's" presence more than ever. so if they lost something intanible, then found it agian, that means they never lost it in the first place because you can't get something back that is intangible. grr, i've been up way too long to make this a solid arguement so what we have here is just the shards of what could be a great theory, who knows, give me some break time, and i'll whip something into shape, then again the thought may slip my mind, and a thought is also intangible.....

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