Re: The Disintegration of Orlanth

From: Greg Stafford <Greg_at_w45np0VfedslQKopwTS5GltcJLbnC6TLUp5MZbi49xBdeHp2MFbC98sDSnyRMzm5QJdXPM2>
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 12:02:08 -0800

fairbruk wrote:
> --- In
> <>, Greg Stafford <Greg_at_...>
> wrote:
> > Yes, let's call it what it is: life and death, or being alive and
> being dead.
> >
> Perhaps better as "cause of life" and "cause of death" - it seems
> wrong for a living being to have something dead about them.
> That done "cause of life" has an obvious location, and "cause of
> death" can be the weapon hand, presumably the right hand.

OK, I said this wasn't deep, and YGWV, but adding "cause of" to these really diminishes their meaning, for me. Why? well, because in fact, living beings always have something dead about them, and dead ones some taint of life.
    Greg Stafford
    President, Issaries. Inc.

Love without reserve, 
Enjoy without restraint, 
Live without dead time.


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