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Cycles are what define our lives and existence Reality is nothing more than a cycle starting and beginning and working through the dimension of time We are born we give birth and then we die This cycle is repeated through the hope and life of our children Some cycles happen every day in our lives such as waking up going to work and then going to sleep Other cycles we will never be able to witness such as the death and birth of a star Through these cycles we become human and the natural balance and order of the world is kept Thoughts of advance philosophies like that are the only things that kept me from being bored to death at work As I exited the building as I do once every 3 days it occurred to me that my life was going nowhere Sure I was young but that didnt stop me from feeling like I could be doing so much more with my time other than cleaning a clock tower for minimum wage I sighed beneath my own self-pity and continued home My house wasnt much but for living on my own in the 40th century I was thankful to have something I could call home Every day I hear horror stories every day about the people who live out in the mountains freezing and starving to death in the harsh winters Sometimes I wish I had been born during the 21st century when human civilization had peaked Reading books and seeing pictures about what life looked like back then fills me with envy as todays average life is so much worse compared to that Everything is dirty dark and boring Never finding life outside of Earth really ruined peoples hope for leaving this worn down planet You would think 4001 AD would be full of flying cars but instead thanks to WWXI society was pushed back centuries and life is no better
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