This is a discussion on Oldies from ares , Remember lesdragonspurposes? within the Media forums, part of the Knight Online (ko4life.com) category; Originally Posted by Kallop
Depression is for life longing fools who wish they had something spectacular to wait for. They ...
too bad no music
you could go travel, do some crazy stuff like bungie jumping, skydiving, diving with sharks, climbing mountains,
learn a cool hobby,enjoy that you are here..
but no you just prefer to sit all day on your ass because you realized (or in your words, taking 'a peek at truth') that life is worthless
who's the one that can't handle the 'truth' here?
anyways do what you want with your life, be it sitting infront of computer whole day
and sharing some philosophic copy&pastes on a knight online forum lmao
people are (supposed to be) unique, no one is worse for not doing what everyone and their mothers told them to. but thats how humans work, they strive to act according to what's 'normal', so that they can point and laugh at anyone who dares to act slightly different, so that they can feel good about themselves and increase their non existent self esteem.
a 'normal' person would advice you to strive for a well paid successful career and get nice reputation in society. The point of my post was not to do what your mother/society has told you to do or expects from you, but to learn enjoy YOUR life! And nobody can tell me that driving a jetski or swimming (in a cage ofc) with a great white shark is less emotional than spending a whole day/week/month/year in front of the computer. I don't believe that someone exists who would prefer sit on his ass in his 4 walls than going on a fucking amazing adventure, meet all kind of people, do everything his heart desires.
People that forgot how amazing life can be are actually mostly the ones with low self-esteem, dragging other people into their insecurity.
If you knew what's outside there waiting for you,
then you would not waste a single thought on how "worthless" this life is.
this is my view
I would donate one of my limbs if the end result was a fully realistic virtual gaming machine. I wouldn't mind living in a virtual reality for good. There's literally nothing I'd miss, except for my 2 cats.