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[Nettime-bold] Still Living

>Life has been considered as a preparation for death from the times of Socrates. At the same time Epicurus has taught us that there is nothing dreadful in life for the man who has truly comprehended that there is nothing terrible in not living. Starting from there, one could even strive for happiness. Epicurus observed that of all the things that wisdom provides to help one live one's life in happiness, the greatest by far is the possession of friendship. Such was his attachment to congenial company, that he recommended that one try never to eat alone: Before you eat or drink anything, consider carefully who you eat or drink with rather than what you eat or drink; 

!ntel!gent = 2 konz!dr uhom u eat

>for feeding without a friend is the life of a lion or a wolf 
>(quoted in Seneca, Epistulae Morales XIX, 10). 
>But how to deal with the death of a friend? 

g!v fr!end l!f

 Netochka Nezvanova  -  Ex.pressing. your interior world. Lift 2 Ex.perienss.  
 f3.MASCHIN3NKUNST - if see something so wonderful it hurts - i rent it.
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  -not imitate! mutate! [lekker +? da + ultra da]

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