Life is a game.

May 16th, 2010by Rockstar8587

You know, why go on living right?

Though I have tried suicide, and was given another chance to live. I am still miserable every now and then, yet there are ways to get over it. Forcing yourself to smile, actually does work; it is scientifically proven. The mind and body work together.

But I don’t know if it is just me, or some of you may think the same. But life is pretty pointless; existentialist make it seem pointless to the extreme, yet are they correct? Even though I may agree, I still see life as an immense possibility. You and I were created, thousands of things could have gone wrong, but we made it. Life fucked us up, and that may or may not be our fault. I say that because sometimes we do things which we think are not our fault, but in reality they actually are. But then there are things that are out of our control, and we are the victims. This is tragic, yet we need to fight for our rights, to survive. Dying is the easiest way out–if you minus the inability to actually pull it off. But I don’t think that is the way out, you and I have so much capability. It is out there, even if you may not think it is.

Find an impossible lifetime task, and it will keep you entertained forever.

I choose the power to learn. And whenever i become depressed, I do not lay in bed, wasting my life. I read or watch something which will improve my life. Force yourself to do something. Giving up is easy, trying forces you to think and act. I am studying to be a neuroscientist, and have learned that the physical body trully influences the mind.

I’ve always thought of it this way, this is probably key to those who are religious out there. I am not, though i do believe in something more. But lets say your mind is seperate from your body, the mind is you. Your body is just a vessel to work and ponder in. But your body also has some primitive control of you. You have more power than they body. Its call will and perseverence (sp).

Fight to survive-live to learn.

Life is a game, and only a game. Treat it that way, in the sense that–you control your gameboard.

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