To be or not to be

I wish my parents never made me; this relates to Shakespeare’s “to be or not to be”.

He did not comprehend on or off, alive or dead, but the question was on target.

It is not a birth, it is a duplication and in no way infers a status of <ALIVE> nor does it prove that we have been born.

On/off that is one of the questions.

Can we be born naturally as we are now is another.

How does one go about being born, when every single “body” on the planet is already staking their life on the fact that “we” have already been born and are very much <ALIVE> and well.

If I had to answer the question in its infancy I would rather be off , than on, but if it were possible to be alive or to be born after being dead, then I would wish “TO BE” born after being dead.

I have the dead part down, just have to figure out how to be born and natural <ALIVE> citizen.

How could we have everything so wrong?

“robots” believe lies and that is all there is to it.

Unborn, never been.

About Unborn

Re-formed from a dormant sleeping life line, by a later generation of the Men and Women mentioned in Genesis I. I am a Genesis II male form. I am an aware, self aware form of life. (ASA) I am an unborn life.
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