Chosen ignorance in understanding it is the direct cause for the shortness of life.
I would have to write a book to expand on it.
Edit: On the other hand, what needs to be expanded on?
If you mean:
Chosen ignorance in understanding life is the direct cause for the shortness of life.
Then, do you mean:
Perception of reality can alter reality?
Perception doesn't change reality or alter it. I don't understand where you got that from my statement.
Chosen ignorance- is the action of a person choosing to be ignorant over learning.
If many people quit choosing ignorance over learning, then humankind would be able to expand on it's ability to live longer.
Good answer. Your awesomeness remains intact.
Not sarcasm. If I write sarcasm, I usually add (sarcasm mine).
Don't let the smily throw you.
I've already plans in motion to live longer, but thank you anyways.
Edit: Aside from me, as the individual. The OP was generalized about humankind.
Curiosity killed the cat.
It's actually on a need to know basis and you have no need to know. But, I do appreciate your interest.
What's "the need to know only" basis?
Not illegal is it?
I know, you can tell me, but then you'll have to kill me.
On a more serious note though, I wasn't just kidding that I could help.
But that's on a "need to know basis only" also.
It's for everyone, but not everyone wants it.
If you have faith in the Mighty Lord, your life will last forever !
Sometimes people say we live too long.
It's quality, not quantity anyway.
I do miss my Grandma dearly. She was 97 and really wanted to live to 100, "to see what it's like". I wish she could have made it.
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