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We tend to think about things in terms of things we already know. If I lose my job tomorrow, or I get into a fight with my wife, it’s not really going to make a difference tomorrow. I think about them in terms of other things I’ve learned and I can still do the same thing tomorrow, so I don’t really care.
We all know this, but our brains actually do care. You can fool yourself into thinking that losing is more devastating, but that is not true. When you lose something, you lose it. I’m not saying you shouldn’t worry about losing; I’m just saying you shouldn’t think about losing.
And I would agree, you shouldnt think about it, you should just do it.
The title should have the word “death” on it. You should also probably avoid the word “death” for a couple of reasons. First, the word is used in the sense of “to cause” and is associated with the sense of “life” rather than “death”. Second, as you said earlier, when you lose something, you lose it. This is the time when you probably have to think about it.
It’s also a good idea to avoid the word death because it’s associated with death… and you probably dont want to be associated with death.
Yes, that’s true. Death can be a very negative word. But at least it was the first word. So you might be able to avoid the word death by replacing it with something else. For example, you might put in the word gain.
I have lost many memories, but death is definitely not a good word in this context.
Maybe you’ve lost all your memories. I dunno. That’s what we’re trying to figure out with Deathloop. Maybe you’ve lost all the things that you thought you had.Maybe you lose all the memories of what happened to you in the past. Maybe you lose all the important things, and everything you thought you knew, is all in a cloud.
Whatever you think you lost in your life, it didn’t go to waste. By replacing it with death, you have actually lost some of your memories. These things can be recovered, but they must be remembered. We don’t always remember everything.