I was asked this question by a chatbot:

What would your ideal day be like?

Without any hesitation or pausing to think, I replied:

It would be the day when I am absolutely sure it’s the last day of life.

The simple reason is: I had absolutely no desires for a long time. There’s no desire to experience. Feeding the body and taking care of it has been a burden for as long as I can remember it.

There’s no motivation for me to get up everyday and continue to work to keep this body alive.

It might look like a gloomy thought process. It has been so for a long time. The day when I leave would be the happiest and ideal day not because I am any less happier today but because this process comes to a permanent end.

2 thoughts on “Ideal Day?

  1. I also imagine what if after death, karm brings the one back to right to where one left, of course in a different form and web to experience, to found new days, to live again. To get up, pray, stay, eat, urinate, run to create, complain, berate whatever ongoing, keeps on going. If we do not know the next moment, how is it we can know the end, permanent? What is that? haha.

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