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Posted by GwynJ on February 2, 2001 00:46:17 UTC

if 'you' are limited to who you are solely in the physical sense, or if there is more 'you' to you in the sense that the 'essence' of you FILLS the physical you but is not entirely BOUND by the physical you. your imagination is not limited to your bodily functions (at least, according to my own observations), I know there is an Alexander curiosity out there somewhere, and I can assume there is the obligatory 'vessel' in which it resides. But once you're 'dead', Alexander, what is it about 'you' that I will note still comes up in my mind and causes me to think and wonder? :)

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