The Irony of Life

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I recently made a post about fate and human destiny, telling you some stories that really prove that nothing is changeable in human life and everything is predestined. And most of all, I told you the story of the last huge car accident in the capital, where two young women lost their lives in their twenties.

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However, new data has now emerged about this disaster and its development. It turned out that seconds before the car crashed and split in two, killing the two girls, it passed inches away from a beggar who was standing in the middle of the boulevard begging for money from cars stopped at traffic lights.

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Television reporters even conducted interviews and reports with him, showing how boldly and recklessly he crosses the street in places not intended for this, as well as putting his life in danger every day, standing in the middle of the boulevard.

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"I have nothing to lose," he said in the interview. But still he cried, realizing that he was living a second life right now and that it could have been him in the place of the two girls.

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On the other hand, there was a wide response about the one girl who was killed, a 26-year-old woman who was a scientist and a jazz singer. A woman with an incredible future ahead of her (even in a country like Bulgaria or beyond).

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So, isn't life one big irony? People who have nothing to lose, really don't lose anything. And those who have something to lose, always lose it 🤔

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Thank you for your time! Copyright:@soulsdetour
steem.jpgSoul's Detour is a project started by me years ago when I had a blog about historical and not so popular tourist destinations in Eastern Belgium, West Germany and Luxembourg. Nowadays, this blog no longer exists, but I'm still here - passionate about architecture, art and mysteries and eager to share my discoveries and point of view with you.

Personally, I am a sensitive soul with a strong sense of justice.
Traveling and photography are my greatest passions.
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No, it's not trivial. Because I still love to travel to not so famous destinations.🗺️
Of course, the current situation does not allow me to do this, but I still find a way to satisfy my hunger for knowledge, new places, beauty and art.
Sometimes you can find the most amazing things even in the backyard of your house.😊🧐🧭|

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The day I realised I had more years than Beethoven, I wept.
And I searched for a possibility to give some of my years onto him. But I didn't find how.
Than I realised that a genious like Beethoven might need more than a year of mine to have a year of life in his being.
An further I took into account that he might have died earlier but others like me spend him years from their own ones.
This I think to be a mere fantasy of mine and yet I can't stop it.

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I think I know what you mean. I, too, have often thought of the fate of great men of the past. So many artists, architects, writers, poets and composers have died at a younger age (much younger than Beethoven even). It is almost impossible for the modern human brain to process and make sense of this. But you know what - I think that people in the past lived much more valuable and fulfilling lives. I feel like they used their time in a much more valuable way. They created great things in a very short time, and perhaps time for them ran in a different way.
But if this is not the case, we are left again with the reassurance that everything is fate and nothing can be changed. This man should have come into the world in this short period of time, to create some great things, and then go away.
What do we mere mortals know about this matter at all? 🤔

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Me for my own part I do not wish to leave traces.
On the contrary I wish to erase my traces or at least to reduce them.

They created great things in a very short time, and perhaps time for them ran in a different way.

Sometimes it really looks like that!

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Ha ha, I'm absolutely the same ☺️ Don't want to leave traces too.
I have a book written that I'm still trying to find a way to publish, because I think it could be interesting for some people to read it from an informative point of view. But other traces - no! 😄

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I wrote a little poem on that (inspirated by a photo of weisser-rabe).
As the chance likes it, this was precisely 3 years ago.

https://steemit.com/hive-155041/@ty-ty/die-vorstellung

It is written in German and there are neologisms that are not easy to translate. But I could try to explain them if it is wanted.

What is your book like? A novel? A travelling guide?

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Wow! That is so beautiful! ❤️
But I need some time to think it through and understand it fully.
I understand German.

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Thank you.

The irony of life! Indeed! So sad.

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Yes, there are too many absurd incidents happening in recent days that keep me thinking about this issue. As if human life has no meaning and no value. People just come and go in an absurd way. This is it. Nothing more.
Although yes, during one war it is even more absurd. 🤔

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Haha... welcome to the club.