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    Quote Originally Posted by strativarius View Post
    ... Why don't you start a new religion? You could call it 'scientelelepathy' or something. ...
    I have considered it. The starting point, of course, would to be to write a book on my beliefs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena Handbasket View Post
    I have considered it. The starting point, of course, would to be to write a book on my beliefs.

    Helena
    I should have put the word religion in between quotation marks, like in the way scientology is a "religion".

    There's nowt so queer as folk. If you started a movement that proposed eating gooseberries for breakfast would add twenty years to your life span, you'd get adherents. So write your book and go for it.
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    As far as the subject matter of this thread is concerned, I saw a fragment of a tv programme last night in which a woman said something along the lines of she was glad she had been diagnosed with terminal cancer and had only eighteen months to live because she now lived every day to the absolute maximum whereas before she felt she had just been wasting her time. Furthermore she said it was for that reason she would not want to change her circumstances and go back to living a 'normal' life without the threat of cancer shortening it.

    For some reason I found I didn't want to watch any more of the programme.
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