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Do I Have a Conscience

An Essay

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Do I Have a Conscience?

Essay By Jaystone

Do I have a conscience? Is my reality as numb as I perceive it to be? Oh, God I hope not! I can say I don’t feel, yet in doing so, I am actually realizing a feeling in feeling that I don’t feel. FUCK! I must not be as numb as reported. I do tend to over analyze everything. I think the life which I’ve been leading will lead to death early. It is in this fact that I know I must not be numb. I’m scared to die. Not so much heaven and hell scenario with which most are terrified. I’m afraid that tomorrow may be the grandest day of my life and I will miss it. If I’m dead I don’t get the experience. Shame on me for having such thoughts.