Starving to Death
You probably don't realize it, but you could be starving to death a few days to weeks from now. Supermarket collapse, natural disaster, etc. could see you cut off from food access long enough for starvation to take place.
A critical lack of conscious observation leads one to surmise that all subjective things, including those present only in the individual, are of a most stellar, or spectacular nature. I would say this assumption is indicative of a problem that goes beyond the mind of the individual, and perhaps reaches into the very will or fortitude of the individual. Without question, there is a certain sort of "attitude" or stigma which seems to present in the individual as a form of intellectual deficiency. To separate deficiency from degradation, it could be said of the mind to allow for a more spiritual sense of intuition, the likes of which would not be in the disposition of degeneracy to fit itself with. On the contrary, intellectual degeneracy seems to invoke a sort of disdain, unique in its sensation and not wholly attached to the personal feelings of the individual. In this way, disdain could be spoken of as an unnatural sort of thing, which does necessarily preclude the attitude of the individual.
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