Amememhab
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Registration Date: 10-09-2017
Date of Birth: 05-09-1964 (53 years old)
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Sex: Male
Religion: Christian, modern agnostic
Location: Utah, USA
Bio: Diffusion proceeds from interior to top: homeless in a giant spiral galaxy. Once upon a time I found out I was falling into the Milky Way. At least that’s what the lavishly illustrated astronomy books from the library said was happening. I saw a band of luminescent gray in the night sky, the stars sprinkled about tending to favor the regions near the band. If there are beings out there in the galaxy, they do not know I exist. The light has had insufficient time to get from me to them. By the time it becomes possible that they might know, the fossil remains of the United States will be safely ensconced in rock, the sun a bit older and a bit hotter than it is today.

Self-examination is difficult because we cannot see ourselves through anyone else’s eyes. Our minds are simultaneously windows upon the world and secure prisons we will never leave. Empathy allows us to imagine what someone else might be thinking and how this other person probably views us, but we cannot forget that empathy itself is a process going on in our own mind, not the other person’s. And the fall into the Milky Way, something not detectable without optical instruments, shows us that the everyday perspective confronting us when we wake up in the morning has little to do with what is really going on in the world. Within these limitations of sense and cognition I will attempt to describe myself.