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continuing the discussion in the previous post:
– first rift in the human system, we rarely reach full potential, actually we rather pick up laziness, unless one has a vocation;
– if we apparently act like bugs, it might be also because of our laziness, since acting like bugs implies we avoid thinking, I’d dare say we dodge thinking;
– reversibility, in the case you quote, shows you (and I and they) refer to a time direction. it wouldn’t be reversibility, I guess, but a turn in a process which, as process, must include negative sequences. so, my answer would be yes, after such an experience we should be back to ourselves, enriched by disruptive components. but we face that on a daily basis, the difference is only of intensity;
– it would be of utmost interest to inventory a large spectrum of acceptations of happiness and freedom. this could trigger a massive nuclear war.
Or maybe we could start seeing each other with love and compassion.
those would be excellent words to end the 180degreehealth thread with. i will try my best not to think of any more bright ideas in the wee hours of the morning.