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Isolation can lead to self-inflicted suffering, however once people
become aware of their suffering they can choose to end it through death
and resurrect to become the truest form of themselves, thus living to
their fullest potential.
Thank you so much. I kind of changed my thesis a bit and wanted to know if it was any better than the previous one:
The isolation between the human mind and the world creates illusions of reality that leads to self-inflicted suffering; however, once the individual becomes aware of their suffering, they must choose to commit spiritual or physical suicide, in order to free themselves from the illusions of life and become their true self, thus reaching their full potential.
I'm not sure whether to say isolation in general or between human mind and world.
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