Saturday, October 08, 2011

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And I am not frightened of dying. Any time will do, I don't mind. Why should I be frightened of dying? There's no reason for it — you've got to go sometime
This goes out in the name of all those who sobbed over Steve Jobs and flooded the pipes with tributes, all reflecting a common agreed perception of this individual. Sadly that is because everybody seems to like him from his Wikipedia page - the latest fad for lazy people who need to write or express the least of social propriety. I won't wonder if half of them earlier believed that he was that creator of Facebook in that movie last year. Its ironic because the guy they mourn was himself someone who had an evolved view on death, and saw it only as a simple transition, as silent as he did it in his sleep; the energy should be freed of empty bodies and see a more violent flow through some other individual. We should already be chasing him where he left us off, moving technology (and the zen) faster than before, and into reflecting the austere mind and vision of this God.

A consequence of him being so popular, I have seen a lot of wannabeists out there. I hope there's another of him - someone original - that doesn't even know about such a visionary, and hasn't grown feeding on his images.

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