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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Well, Life

Life is so confusing, you know. Here we are, trapped on this little rock of a planet in a Universe that is larger than we can possibly imagine. All alone.

We ask ourselves the question, why are we here?

What's the point?

What's the meaning behind life?

And it's so easy to answer that there is no point. That there is no meaning.

And maybe that's true.

But life is so beautiful. What we have, here on earth, is so beautiful. And if we keep asking ourselves that question over and over again, we might just miss it.

So why ask?



Bookish.Spazz said...

And this is why I don't like most Existentialists. They're such downers.

Well, all but Kierkegaard. If you haven't already, you should check him out. He coined the term "leap of faith."

Lemons Don't Make Lemonade said...

Religion answers all these questions so I do believe in a supernatural being.

I think you mentioned before that you go to church and stuff. Are you religious?

That Bastard From Bellingham said...

Y'know, I self-assess best with the simple question "Would you be the same man if there was no God?"

Life is as it is. Maybe there's karma, maybe there's an afterlife, maybe there's a void of nothingness after we die and this is it (I REALLY hope that last one ain't true, if anything only because I'm egotistical enough to think I'm worthy enough of an individual to want to continue on to some sort of life elsewhere), all I know is that men lie to you about both THIS life AND the afterlife.

Plus, to make matters worse the dead tell no tales but instead continue to do the same thing on and on, the selfish bastards. The ones who DO talk about what happens in the afterlife usually can't be taken at their word as well.

Altogether, all I CAN do, personally, is simply be the guy I am on a daily basis. All we, all of us, CAN hope for is a better tomorrow, y'know?

Or, hell, break down and go all kinds of Fallout 3/Rampage and live in anarchy. See how far that goes, y'knowwhatImean?

Bah, I've got a book to read...

L. said...

Life seems so short, and we seem so alone, but you can't let that get you down.

You are never alone in this universe, no matter where you are. Somewhere out there there is a being looking at the exact same stars and wondering the exact same thing.

In a Universe so gargantuan, how could we possibly be the only ones?

In a world so vast, how can we possibly feel alone?

Everyone sees the same stars, the same moon, the same sunrise.

So I agree.

Why ask?

Furree Katt said...

i don't agree with your statement of there being no point/meaning to life, but still: ♥ ♥ ♥