Many people believe that life has a single destination of death.  Whether a person believes in the afterlife or pure oblivion, it is natural to seek a concrete and solitary fate of life’s conclusion.  A person’s sense of birth, life, and death is the most tragic fear and most enlightening virtue that make us human.  The culmination of emotions and experiences, reactions and reflections, are loosely but certainly derived from the central fears and respects of life and death.  As such, I gave a character the opportunity to explore a subjective form of death in which every virtue of life tests him, beginning with a curse and ending with how he resolves his infinite indulgence.  He struggles for transcendence in a world of oblivion, he incidentally overcomes his own submission, and finally learns how to harness the magic of the human mind.

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