When you think about it, it’s a funny yet sad answer. At least to me it is. Because for me, the answer is that there is no point.
Was life supposed to be enjoyable? Fulfilling? For me it really hasn’t been.
Was I supposed to matter or contribute to something or someone? I really haven’t.
I’m sure some would disagree but for what little I have accomplished and for how shortly it lasted, the majority of my exsistance has had no meaning. No value. No worth. No point.
When there is no longer any point to something you quit. You cut your losses and just let it go – free.
There is no point, all you can do is let void dissolve you.
If you ask for a point.. it can be considered “resistance” against void.
if someone tries to tell you what the point is, that too can be considered “resistance” against “void”.
and so void becomes unable to dissolve it.
it’s like ink floating inside of pure clean water.
Water can only dissolve it , if it gives up on asking questions or trying to answer questions, etc..
– Sumer Kolcak
Yes our purpose in life was to have fun. Ordinarily, it would’ve also been to have children too.
But our numbers are plenty so we were supposed to have a little fun. Once we’ve checked that box then (I believe) we’re excused and free to go.