This is a question I have asked myself a few times, the question of “should I do something?”. “Should I paint my home?” is one of the more complicated questions to answer, but if it is asked, I think it is still very much worth answering.
The answer is both yes and no, because this is really a question of intent and motivation. I think I would say it is a good idea, but I also don’t think I would ever do it. My motivation would be to build a home that I love, not to do it because it’s supposed to be a good idea.
This is a totally different question. I mean, this is a question of purpose. It is about what I want to do, and how I want to live my life. If you have a purpose, then you really have a purpose, because you are the only one who is doing anything in the world. If you do something, that means you are the only one who does it; everything else is a waste of time. It is because you are the only one who is doing it.
But what if you don’t have a purpose? What if your reason for living is just to have fun? What if you have no vision? What if you’re bored? What if you want to change your life because you don’t like what you are doing? What if you have no clue what you want? What if you are the only one doing it? You’re not alone.
Chaban is one of those people. Like everyone else, he has a reason for living. He has a purpose. He does things to make his life better. He wants to be an artist. He wants to make a difference in the world. But this doesnt mean he doesnt have a reason to die. Not because of a disease, but because he is too scared to live. Or because he has never learned to live with himself.
It is a fascinating concept that chaban is the only one who’s never had a reason to die. Like the “it’s hard to be human” trope that we’ve all been subjected to on this site, you can’t say that chaban is “perfect” because he does have a problem and is still scared to die, but he probably has a deeper, more complicated reason for why he doesnt want to die.
Chaban is a one-armed man who can only be killed by a bullet to the throat. He looks and sounds like the kind of person that is always on the outside of the circle. So when he’s confronted by a woman named Janice, he is afraid to die, because it would be the end of her.
This is an interesting idea, because it could be that chaban is actually not on the outside of the circle. If we assume that he is in a time loop and hasnt changed his mind about dying, then he could still have a problem. This would require a deeper understanding of the reason he doesnt want to die. For example, he could be afraid that if he dies, it will be the end of his family.
I have no idea.
I think it would be like going to the dentist and having the dentist give you a pill that says, “I am very sorry. I have a cavity.” You say, “Okay,” and keep going.