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Postby Manners73 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:14 pm

How this relates to aspd may not be apparent but its a new word that I learned today.

Been reading about the universe and all that and it seems to me that there is nothing more rebellious on such a grand scale than the universe we live in.

My new word of the day (correct me if I'm wrong) spells out to me the certainty of a universe that is slowly developing and at the same time self destructing.

I love this.

Wondering if any of this can relate on a personal level.
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Postby justonemoreperson » Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:02 pm

If it wasn't for this then I don't think Personality disorders (or most mental health issues) would exist.

It's always harder to build than to destroy, and so maintaining structure requires constant vigilance and effort. Any slip and it's gone.

If structure was easier then there'd be no need for therapy, principles, religion, society, laws etc.

Kind of makes me think that either god doesn't exist, or is a real sadistic twat; putting people in an environment where everything they do is constantly threatened by chaos and destruction and then giving those creatures free will and putting them together on the same planet.
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Postby Manners73 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:18 pm

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Postby Manners73 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:33 pm

justonemoreperson wrote:If it wasn't for this then I don't think Personality disorders (or most mental health issues) would exist.

It's always harder to build than to destroy, and so maintaining structure requires constant vigilance and effort. Any slip and it's gone.

If structure was easier then there'd be no need for therapy, principles, religion, society, laws etc.

Kind of makes me think that either god doesn't exist, or is a real sadistic twat; putting people in an environment where everything they do is constantly threatened by chaos and destruction and then giving those creatures free will and putting them together on the same planet.


I just love the thought that we are in chaos and that we're here for no other reason other than to exist. There's something about the thought that makes me feel strong.

I'm mental and there's no getting away from that but if entropy has any place in psychology or personality disorders then that would mean that (for everyone), as the winds of time blows then our once perfect structure of personality (in the past) gets blown into the future. Some may say destroyed but maybe its just the structure of one's self that has changed due to the force or pressure that has bee applied.

I'm going off here I know but I feel this needs careful consideration.
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Postby justonemoreperson » Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:54 pm

Manners73 wrote:
I just love the thought that we are in chaos and that we're here for no other reason other than to exist. There's something about the thought that makes me feel strong.


That makes sense. There's a common thought that all that mankind has ever created, beyond self-preservation, is done through a fear of losing everything, which is the way of the universe.

Buddhism teaches that everything we have is already lost; it's just a matter of time, and so stressing about losing things makes no sense, as losing it is guaranteed.

Once you lose the fear of chaos then 'things' become less important and it opens us up to experience what is now.
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Postby Manners73 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:42 pm

Yes.. That's what I'm talking about.

I didn't know it to be a Buddhist thing as well.
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Postby justonemoreperson » Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:03 pm

Manners73 wrote:Yes.. That's what I'm talking about.

I didn't know it to be a Buddhist thing as well.


I'm sure there's more to it than that. To me, it's that and an orange dress.

Have you ever tried SCUBA diving, Manners? If not, i think it's maybe one you could add to a list of 'one day' goals. It separates you from most of the physical laws we expect day to day and immerses you in controlled chaos. I think you'd appreciate it, and you don't get yelled at for going through red lights.
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Postby Siegfried » Mon Nov 11, 2019 3:06 am

Yeah, most conversations do end at the mention of SCUBA diving.
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Postby Manners73 » Mon Nov 11, 2019 6:08 am

Lol

Never been scuba diving JOMP.

in fact the last time I went swimming in the sea I was stung by a jellyfish and a big German man on a raft had to come to my rescue.

Quite funny and a bit sexy as well.
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Postby justonemoreperson » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:46 am

Siegfried wrote:Yeah, most conversations do end at the mention of SCUBA diving.


I have been described as a social grenade, maybe it's my SCUBA stories.

Manners73 wrote:
the last time I went swimming in the sea I was stung by a jellyfish and a big German man on a raft
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