I don't dwell on it, but it does come to my mind. For example, I can never forget loved ones that have been lost, memories of things long past that bring so much nostalgia. I can't help but stop and think about these things from time to time. Though, I don't dwell there, just never forget and miss. Anyway, I think I'm probably done for now, maybe be back later...
I don't know, my changes are more based around my beliefs, but it has always been pretty similar. I might not be the same way I was even a year ago as a whole, but I'm still fairly similar to how I was then. Looking throughout more time though, I can easily notice greater change. *sigh*
Hmm, I guess that depends on what exactly your doing. There are lots of things I've changed, and lots of things I haven't. I don't know, I'd say that is a pretty debatable statement. So if you change every few years, then that was only a short amount of time you were like that?
Yes, well I have a lot of experience with this too. It is probably my most argued thing to do with math, maybe the most argued thing in math in general. I actually haven't argued it that heavily on this forum, but I have argued this with people so much and amazingly am not tired of it yet. I want to argue this further because I feel that 0.¯9 ≠ 1, however, proving this is the issue. You can argue anything, but there is always a counter argument. Any proof of it can be argued from a different angle. The same can arguably be said true for those who argue against the idea that 0.¯9 = 1. Though I'm sorry, I can never ... personally accept any number equaling a different number, as it defies its very definition. Though as I said earlier, I will not continue to argue it either, as for that reason, it is futile to go forward. However, I do not mind following it either, as maybe sometime, they might eventually change this in mathematics finally (one can always hope...).
I should note though, I don't quite understand the start of the universe, end of the universe thing, mind explaining it?
Trying to understand her? Hmm. I was just rather giving...support, and was curious (as this was one of the few times I was apart of the conversation rather then just reading things). Also, that is usually why I give up trying to read topics like these, its pretty rare I even join in on the conversation, but this time I did as I'm still having trouble getting to sleep, seems like its going to be another all nighter .
Uh? A joke? But hmm, thinking more about that... You didn't eat meat which certain meats are arguably more filling? You could have also felt more hungry out of possibly lacking in certain nutrients your body was craving for? If I keep thinking, I can probably come up with more... Was it your intention to be so brief (like, possibly out of annoyance or something)?
It might sound a little hypocritical, but even though I do not like killing, I still eat meat and would like to try bugs too. That more becomes a matter of survival, and in that sense, I guess I do kill in a much more rough life and death sense. However, it is similar to when I said I'd never use self defense unless I had no other choice. It is more a matter of survival, and strictly being a vegetarian or vegan you can much more easily miss out on the many nutrients you need to live, which in turn can end up killing me...faster.
Oh, I see. Yeah, I am sorry you had to go through that kind of situation. I hope I am never included in those kinds of situations. I for one aren't much on violence in the first place. I have learned martial arts in the past, however, I would never use it on anybody or anything unless I had no other choice. In the past, back when I used to live with my father, my sister was always terribly frightened of bugs. I would always try to capture them and take them outside so as not to do any harm to them. My dad always questioned why I don't just kill it, and I always responded with many reasons as to why, be he never seemed to understand. My brother seemed to not care as much, and since I was always trying to release them, would always just call me to take care of it.
To get to the point, I honestly don't think I can take another's life, as I would probably take my own instead. Even in cases of self defense, if I ever happened to kill someone as a result of it, I would most definitely feel great guilt towards it. The issue is, I have never been in a situation like that before, and can't really say what I'd do for sure, as I could just be fooling myself right now. After all, when it comes to a matter of life and death, instinct points towards you living, therefore fear might overtake my beliefs in that case...unfortunately.