The term nonuplets is said to have originated from the German for “not up”, but this comes from the use of the word “up” which is used in the same way as the English “up”. We don’t use the same word for up because that word has a very specific definition. Up, while it is used in English to refer to a state of being, it refers specifically to being up, or standing up.
Nonups are like up, but not in the same way. In a nonuplet, there are no specific states of being. In a nonuplet, we are not standing up, but we are not in a specific position that is up. A nonuplet is a kind of void that is void of all the states of being.
The word nonuplet is also used in the same sense as up in English. It means a state in which one is not standing up. A nonuplet is, in a sense, an absence. A nonuplet is a place that is not up. We don’t find a nonuplet particularly attractive, but we do find that the absence of states of being can be very attractive. We find that emptiness, or nonbeing, to be a very attractive state.
In emptiness, or nonbeing, there is no being. It is simply an absence. This seems to be the state of being that is often the basis of some of the world’s greatest spiritual and philosophical thinkers. They all have found these states to be empty and unsatisfying, but the Buddha even called them the “non-dual” states, since they are not at the same time both being and not being.
So it seems to me like this non-uplet is a strange state of being. I think of it as something that is not at the same time present and absent. It’s as if the non-uplet is an absence, but it is also a being, a continuous state of being that encompasses all that is possible beyond the non-uplet.
The non-uplet is a difficult concept to explain. I’ve seen it described as a ‘what-is’ or ‘what-was.’ But what I mean by that is an ‘I’ that is completely not. An absence. A non-being. A non-being of being. A non-being of not-being. A non-being between being and not-being.
What’s meant by this is this: To be, to be. To be. A non-being. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be. To be.
In general if you write about something you are always going to be writing about something you are also writing about something you are not.
This is true. If you are not being yourself, then you will be writing about something you are not.
We are not having a great week. We have just found out that our most hated nonuplet character, D.C., has been killed by our newest nonuplet, D.G.D. In the end, we are not going to like D.G.D. very much. He has taken D.C.’s place on our hearts, and for now it’s just going to be a game of cat and mouse. For now.