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Thread: Obliviousness/Ostracism at a 'Spiritual' level

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    Obliviousness/Ostracism at a 'Spiritual' level

    I have lived the past few months of my life fluctuating between happy and sad and yet to call it depression or any of the litany of terms that the doctors have employed to diagnose my 'condition' would be an understatement. I have been through a 'near' near-death experience in which I followed a long, lonely, and narrow path for several miles. I was wondering if I could get the LitNetters' opinions on this peculiar situation.

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    Not enough to go on but "the universe is stranger not than you imagine, but that you can imagine." Terence McKenna,
    And something Robert Anton Wilson said..
    "In conclusion, there is no conclusion. Things will go on as they always have, getting weirder all the time."

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