eltopo wrote:die quietly in your sleep.That's it that you're dead game over .if you're Hindu maybe you come back as a rabbit or something but for the rest of us that's it.
Maybe. Who knows what really happens when we die.
Accept that in the end nothing really matters, it makes no difference how good or bad your life gets it all ends the same way.
Not necessarily. Think about everything that you could do in a club. Who you talk to. What you say. Depending on those factors, the outcome will be different. It may be minor effects; it could be major. Nonetheless. It means something.
Forget all about that, your life should be important to you,you shouldn't worry about your worth in other people's eyes if for nothing else because they are just as insecure and conflicted as you are,so what's the difference ?
True, to a point. If I'm doing something that annoys someone, I might change what I'm doing. However, if it's something that relates to personal beliefs and they give a, "turn before you burn", crap, then all bets are off.
All I'm saying is that when you're chips are down look at yourself and figure out what really matters to you.Do things that make you happy,don't tie yourself up in nonsense with other people or the past for one reason or another.Simply stated at the end of the day you are in control of this whole life mess so you need to figure out how to make it your own,ask yourself if life's the way you wanted it to be,if it's not fix it,that may be diffucult but it can be done.
Alester Crowely once said "The joy of life consists in the exercise of one's energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experience. To stop means simply to die. The eternal mistake of mankind is to set up an attainable ideal.".I agree with this to a T.Life is simple it's short then you die.but hopefully you can figure at few things that can ocuupie your time in a way that brings you joy