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Re: Identity disturbance Sigismund

Posted by susan47 on August 27, 2008, at 13:52:27

In reply to Re: Identity disturbance susan47, posted by Sigismund on August 26, 2008, at 15:00:46

I have a question pertaining to your answer. Which is, Does Brecht have a reputation for pretending?
Why would anyone, in their dying hours, pretend anything?
Do you think, and I wonder if I do too (because my mind isn't made up on this yet) whether we pretend to be what we really wish to be, and that helps make it become a reality? So maybe he did pretend, but then learned he really felt that way. But it does seem as though he is saying that by being nothing, he also is everything. Which is a weird concept but I think it's also a Zen thing.


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