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Death is a convention to get off the stage (Read 3537 times)
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Death is a convention to get off the stage
Dec 2nd, 2009 at 5:35pm
I believe we are all characters in a great story that one day will end and the actors playing those characters will have a massive cast party. I call it a Sure Wrap. The ones who can't accept it will be someone else by then so it all works out.
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All the world's a stage...whose stage?--that is the question!...or is it the answer...Who is on first.
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Re: Death is a convention to get off the stage
Reply #1 - Dec 3rd, 2009 at 10:02pm
Hi Beau,

You seem to be building a wonderfully cohesive and honest view of afterlife truths -- congratulations !  We can't all immediately get into all the metaphors,  but hey--lots of people can't follow Monroe into some of his explorations either.

I really like your approach!
At my high school the stage was huge, as wide as the length of a basketball court. Indeed, the backstage wall could be rolled away to watch b-ball games from the comfort of the auditorium. Plays, pep assemblies, concerts- it all happened there.  Orchestra met daily there and many moments were stolen from those rehearsals to sit and wonder at the huge proscenium (?). It was easy to sit there and think how every aspect of life was shown under that huge arch, and how 'life is a stage and all the people merely players.'

Many thanks for the memories and for turning them into expectations about the afterlife! 

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There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
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