General whats the point… by PeelASquid 8/7/2014 written by PeelASquid 8/7/2014 So Im going to enjoy my last days….. fishing, doing things I enjoy. Fuck all else….. it doesn’t matter. I’ll do things the fuckin way I want to. lastmatterpointwhats 9 comments 0 Email Related posts Protected: Why i cant be your friend… 10/23/2021 Choose to live? 10/23/2021 Reasons to Live 10/22/2021 This photo perfectly summarizes how I feel 10/22/2021 Written on a cracked screen so sorry forspelling…. 10/22/2021 10/22/2021 How to make my own painkiller? 10/22/2021 friends and problems 10/22/2021 avoiding awakeness 10/22/2021 me 10/22/2021 9 comments iamzero 8/7/2014 - 8:02 pm Could you imagine if we coudl live our lives that way, Squid? If we could survive doing the things we enjoy, instead of doing what society demands of us? I guess too few would volunteer to unplug toilets, or work sewage plants, or take care of elderly or sick. But I’m with you on the idea of doing what brings you pleasure. Log in to Reply PeelASquid 8/7/2014 - 8:07 pm I believe I have done my share of good, fed homeless, cared and was there for those who had no one,,, I did it all. Not boasting,m just saying it like it is. But now I am living my end days and it is MY time, and Im putting myself first now, because I didn’t as much before. I was always the guy giving, now I am “taking”. Log in to Reply done12354 8/7/2014 - 8:13 pm What are the things you enjoy doing, Squid? Log in to Reply PeelASquid 8/7/2014 - 8:54 pm fishing and diving, and writing death poems Log in to Reply done12354 8/7/2014 - 9:05 pm What is the biggest fish you’ve ever caught? Log in to Reply OnlyLOVEisReal 8/7/2014 - 8:29 pm Living like a free man in not necessarily “taking”. It is just living uncluttered. Log in to Reply iamzero 8/7/2014 - 8:44 pm Only, thanks for the “not necessarily.” I’ve noticed especially among people my age (late teens early twenties) we tend to think the highest good is doing what makes us feel good, and to hell with anybody who gets hurt because of it. It’s as if we think there are no responsibilities that accompany freedom. Glad I won’t be here in my 30s and 40s to have to deal with these people as future community, corporate, and world leaders. Log in to Reply PeelASquid 8/7/2014 - 8:55 pm im 48 now and can solemnly assure you…… life isn’t worth getting this far into. Log in to Reply iamzero 8/7/2014 - 10:14 pm I hear that, Squid. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Subscribe to comments: Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.