10.76135.     AR AR

Syntalism is a philosophy of the dead, because it calls for learning life from the dead. 

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10.84453.     AR AR

Black is a symbol of the wisdom of the ancestors.

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10.8030.     AR AR

The dead do not live in the past, but in the future.  The dead are those who have yet to be born.  The dead, controlling the world of the present, build their own world of the future, a world that they will only come to when the phase of their death is over.  The living are afraid of death, but the dead love life, because only when they die does a person understand how beautiful, amazing, and perfect life is.

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10.8114.     AR AR

The dead are not afraid of anyone, because the dead saw everyone in the coffin.

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10.8614.     AR AR

Syntalism   is   a   very   tolerant   philosophy...   It   does   not   divide   people   into   men,   women,   or   children...   Syntalism   does   not   divide   people   at   all   and   considers   them   to   be   extremely   identical   black   boxes.   Syntalism   is   the   philosophy   of   the   dead,   he   saw   everyone   in   the   same   black   coffins.

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10.8625.     AR AR

Eyes all-knowing and forever lost any doubts...  Eyes that make those they look at shudder.

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10.8648.     AR AR

The philosophy of the dead is strong and perfect.  The living can denounce the philosophy of the dead and argue with it as much as they like, but when they die, they will still become dead and share their worldview.

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10.9683.     AR AR

A syntalist is a person who wants everything at once and judges everything at once, so there is no fear that some of his desires will not come true or some of his judgment will be wrong, because everything is one.  Entalist wants all at once, and therefore wants nothing.  Entalist judges all at once, and therefore does not judge anything.

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10.17233. City of freedom.     AR AR

In order for a person to find freedom, he must humble his fear of death, and this is the meaning of the city of the dead.

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10.17720. Humility with life     AR AR

What is the Kingdom of the dead and death? This is a kind of virtual world where an extinct race of gods immigrated. Life is a Paradise where the dead are periodically released to enjoy reality. It is a great honor to live in the real world. The infinity of illusions is unbearable, the dead are already sick of death, they are ready to live on any conditions.

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10.18612.     AR AR

Humility is when you are dead, but it doesn't matter to you, because you are immortal.

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10.18997.     AR AR

I am not afraid of death, because I have nothing to lose but my chains.  I have nothing to lose but my chains, so I am not afraid of anything.

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10.19602.     AR AR

You're dead.  And now you're sitting in the middle of a blank white sheet, what are you going to do?  You need love for life, life is a game.  You must love the game.  You need to kill an infinite amount of time, do not rush, hurry anywhere, there is no one to be afraid of.  The game requires a sense of taste.  Come up with beautiful goals and implement them with passion.

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10.19605. Absolute killer.     AR AR

The point is that you are dead, and now you are sitting in the middle of a white sheet, thinking about how you can kill an infinite amount of time.  To kill an infinite amount of time, you will need a great sense of taste.  There is no hurry, on the contrary, you need to restrain yourself so that there is no overkill.

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10.19762.     AR AR

Armageddon and the resurrection of the dead is the awakening of people from the dream of illusions, fear and lies.  Hell is a dream, reality is heaven.

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10.19922. Prepare for death, but hope for eternity.     AR AR


You should live as if today is your last day on earth, and you should hope for eternity.


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10.21051.     AR AR

He who has understood life has ceased to fear death, for life and death are one.

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10.22202.     AR AR

The crucifixion  Jesus on the cross is a metaphor that your faith should not be dependent on other people's opinions.  Even if your love has been crucified, you must be the one to resurrect it.  True love is good because no matter how many times it is crucified, there are those who will rekindle the flame of love.

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10.22459.     AR AR

Forms crumble to dust.  In fact, form and dust are one in time.  Life and death are one in the length of time.  Life and life are one and extended in time.  Everything is one in the illusion of time and space.

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