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    explaing this term

    only death consistently excites your emtions whether contemplating it when life is safe and stale or feeling it when life is threatened and precious


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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Only death consistently excites your emotions, whether contemplating it when life is safe and stale, or fleeing it when life is threatened and precious.
    Presumably you are reading "The Life of Pi".

    It does not matter if you live a boring or an exciting life, death always engages the attention.

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