SRS I dont see the point of life

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  1. SubThermal

    SubThermal Colder than Cold

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    Im not being suicidal or anything...I just wanna know....

    If we're all gonna die eventually...what are we trying to accomplish?

    I just don't see the point...
     
  2. johan

    johan Active Member

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    A clear crisp sunrise
    A pretty girl kissing you for the first time
    Coming home from a long trip away
    Starting up your new Porsche for the first time
    Catching sight of your amazing & beautiful wife and feeling supremely happy for the 10,000th time.
    Finally understanding that theorem.
    Helping your fellow man up when he's down.
    Scoring that awesome promotion and earning genuine respect from your peers.
    Watching your child graduate from university
    Holding your newborn baby in your arms

    Meaning in one's life is something each of us creates for himself.
     
  3. kenzo

    kenzo New Member

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    so deep
     
  4. bottomline

    bottomline Guest

    Yup, it's hard facing this...

    That's why it's important to do the things that make you feel good as much as you can.
     
  5. We carry on the work of the living. We eat, we sleep, we breed, we love, we hate, we hurt, we heal, we help, we fall, we suffer, we sympathize, we lie, we yearn, and eventually, yes....we die. It's a process much larger than me or you - we just play our role whether we want to or not. If we live, we experience. Accepting things for what they are, and developing meaning and faith in what aspects of living you value are the keys to doing what we do. In accepting life on it's own terms we can change the way we live. Remember A Bug's Life? Well this is "A Human's Life."
     

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