What is a full stop? Is it an end of a sentence or a beginning of a new sentence.
The more interesting question is; how does the answer to your question relate to religion and philosophy. Since some of the uses of the term imply "end of the matter", "end of discussion". I've never seen that happen here.
Because a full stop shuts down the gears and refreshes and energizes. It does both. It completes and reboots!
Yee, I agree that full stop means a new beginning and of course an end of a sentence. Hurdles are like full stop. It stops our life, but a hurdle can't stop our life. It gives an experience. . .
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