Is it normal that the permanence of the human body freaks me out?

It's so solid and unchanging. Until it's crushed or damaged. I don't have this problem, so I find it strange.

Is It Normal?
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  • Hang around for a few decades and you'll find out bodies aren't permanent and unchanging. Quote from the late Katherine Hepburn when she was getting old, that going to the doctor is like taking your old car to the mechanic: there's a shaking of the head and a tut tutting and then the words, Sorry, we can't get parts for this model any more.

    I do have a few spare parts: a stent following a heart attack and long distance correction lenses after cataract surgery, but I could do with a few more, quite a few actually, which aren't available.

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  • Relax, you are merely human. If it makes you feel any better, you are in fact changing, your body is constantly editing itself.

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  • Permanence? I have been skinny, fat, and yoked

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  • So get a new body,

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  • Do you mean you have a problem with your body not being crushed or damaged?

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  • You don't have what problem? Being human?

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  • I love watching blood and guts on movies. I don't like looking at it in real life.

    My mother is a nurse and has torchered me with sick stories and pictures to many times, dam it.

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