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Kafka was clear that "the word sein has two meanings in German: in and his". My life could very well be her breath? This thought made Kafka feel breathless. Kafka voluntarily entered the state of marriage with Phyllis in order to seek his own breath, which turned out to be suffocation. If you marry a woman, what is yours becomes hers. For Kafka, with a woman who often sits beside him, there is no breathing of his own. After his first engagement, Kafka felt that instead of gaining the ability to save himself as he hoped, he had become a "prisoner", "shackled and placed in a corner". This kind of suffocation is necessary for Kafka's metaphysical purpose of returning to private heaven, and in this kind of suffocation, there will be another moment of existence-the moment that makes the journey back to heaven possible. 36. …… I don't believe anything at all. I just ask questions. This is the state of suffocation. It is impossible to believe anything in the suffocation of survival, only to breathe desperately, this kind of breathing. To suck is to ask questions. If you believe something, you will get rid of suffocation and no longer need to ask questions. I haven't believed anything yet, so I ask questions. It's like asking whether God is there or not because you don't believe in God. Kafka did not believe that their marriage might be the heavenly state he was seeking, so he asked Phyllis those questions. 39. The road has no end. There is no decrease, there is no increase, but everyone uses his own trifling yardstick to measure. Kafka began to seek help,caustic calcined magnesite, and he wanted to get out of his despair. In a state of despair, it is easy to lose patience. Once he loses patience, Kafka will miss his own private metaphysical purpose. Kafka felt that he was beginning to measure the length of his marriage with Phyllis, which was a sign of losing patience. Kafka warned himself not to calculate how long the road would be. What is everyone's own trifling yardstick? The scale of the hour of death on each person's body measures the flesh and blood of each person's own body, because the flesh and blood time of the body has a time limit. When people realize this, they tend to become impatient. In order to keep himself patient, Kafka said to himself: Everyone's road has its own end, and there is no objective historical road that is the same for everyone. All roads in the world are personal roads; compared with different personal roads, there is no reduction or increase. One's own yardstick can only measure one's own path, Magnesium Oxide price ,Mono Ammonium Phosphate MAP, not the path of others, just as one's own measure of happiness or suffering cannot be used to measure the happiness or suffering of others. The path of a man with a high fever or typhoid fever is too long to measure. 40. It is only our concept of time that leads us to call the Last Judgment that. In fact, this is a kind of emergency law. The length of one's path is determined by the time of the flesh and blood of one's body, which is earthly time, not heavenly time. In the torment of marriage, Kafka finally waited for such a moment: the intersection of the secular time of his body and the time of heaven. The last such temporal statement is apparently due to the fact that there is another time that will burst into the temporal time of the body, which is brought about by the unexpected judgment. The judgment suggests that heavenly time may intrude into its own earthly moment, but this is not an intrusion in the sense of traditional Christian eschatology. We know that the private meaning of Kafka's heaven is not the other side of this world, but the other side of a certain state of existence. This means that time in this world is divided into two sides, not the two sides of this world and the other side. Kafka's theology is the theology after the Enlightenment-secularized and individualized theology. Therefore, the original text of the "Last Judgment" is das j? Instead of das letzte gericht, gste gericht. This moment is not the "last" of the natural moment of Kafka's flesh-and-blood time, but the beginning of the decisive moment of his journey back to heaven in this world, and the emergence of Kafka's own "moment of grace". The "last" temporality is therefore understood in terms of the temporal scale of this world, not the end of the world, and it is the judgment that takes place in daily life. The "moment of grace" appears in the daily earthly time, which, in Kafka's case, means the appearance of another state of life. After measuring the length of his life path with the time scale of his body, Kafka became very sensitive to the judgment in his life. This is the reason why Kafka decided to get engaged to Phyllis again: he must have a deep contact with the time of this world, must be immersed in the daily or secular world, and the "moment of grace" only occurs in the daily time of this world. Phyllis, as Kafka himself clearly knew, was the representative of the secular world, the time that tore his body apart. In order for his "moment of grace" to happen, Kafka must once again tremble and try to find the hand of the woman who is willing to accept him, although he knows very well that if he accepts the hand of the woman, the two hands will be nailed together by the secular nail, which is what he fears most. What can I do? Only in this state will the "final" judgment take place. As a result,dap diammonium phosphate, re-engagement became a state of emergency in Kafka's daily life. 50. Man cannot live without a constant faith in something indestructible, and both this indestructible and this faith may be long hidden (verborgen). This hidden expressive possibility is to believe in a God of one's own (glaube an einen pers? lichen gott)。 In this state of emergency, belief in one's own God becomes a necessary survival event. What is the belief in God? Trust in a living being who enables one to live. stargrace-magnesite.com