What is the reputation you desire to have the most after you die? Your reputation after death is the true definition of your life even while you’re still alive. “Your life is an assessment of what you did and what you will do, even after death. What you think about the life of anyone, dead or alive, is your assessment of that person’s activities, past, and future.” The following Thumoslang thumbnail definition says it all. The following Thumoslang thumbnail definition says it all. It’s a perfect definition because it applies equally well to living and dead human beings.
- Life; that means, reputation after death.
Now that death is a necessary concept for defining life, you’re forgiven for being fearful of life once in a while. If you want to be alive here and now, you have to stare directly into the eyes of your eventual death. That’s very difficult, if not near impossible, without the use of Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life discovered twelve months before the first COVID-19 outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
- Bongo; that means, a wealth-building friend group.
You should have your life engraved herein if you want your reputation to survive a millennium beyond your death. To get started, all you have to do is allow other Thumoslang speakers to turn your thoughts into leading lights for all humanity. The first three did when they formed the first bongo, a wealth-building friend group, three years after the discovery of Thumoslang. They called themselves Bongo One. They did not know one another before Thumoslang was a thing, but they came together through several unexpected encounters.