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Life is empty & meaningless, without any/no purpose, Life is boring, empty! There is no meaning of life! fuck life, fuck reality !

by niki

Life is empty & meaningless, without any/no purpose, Life is boring, empty! There is no meaning of life! fuck life, fuck reality !

The more I grow up & learn after all these 32 years of my life, sadly, the more I feel hopeless especially for humanity / our humans species!
MAJORITY of people / humans beings / humanity are so damn shallow, superficial, vain, ignorant, stupid, fake, dirty, liars, etc etc.
I used to have so much HOPE for humanity , but now the hope is dwindling until it’s almost none !!
MOST people are sadly only concerned with vain, shallow, mundane “daily-life” & little things like their appearances, shopping, party, selfies / selca, narcissistic, talking about the most mundane, shallow, boring, & useless things/topics like celebrity/celebrities gossips, how to get rich or famous, boring jobs, how to make more & more money (& profits), funny yet shallow, stupid things or events, conflicts & fights over petty little meaningless little things, etc etc ! THE LIST OF HUMAN’S STUPIDITY GOES ON & ON & ON !!!

Sadly/unfortunately, in my life, I’ve only found just a VERY FEW humans / people who are quite deep, introspective, smart, thoughtful, very creative, wise, & interesting … but sadly, these people are often unheard or unseen in the mainstream society… and sadly again, many of these people are often (naturally, & obviously..!) depressed, and even suicidal , when they see their surroundings / 99% of human beings/humanity/people in this planet are basically stupid fake shallow mundane trash , and so that usually they have NO choice (or very little/few choice) other than “follow the rules” / “if you can’t beat them, then join them” of the stupid ‘mainstream’ society EVERYDAY !!! whether it’s jobs, socializing, social life, family life, etc etc !

I always think & feel deeply that human beings actually have A LOT of ‘hidden’ potentials … !
We STILL have some GENUINE human qualities such as: Creativity, Thoughtful, Wisdom, Consciousness, Ideas, Dreams, Imagination, etc etc
but seriously,… I don’t know exactly what has really happened, that nowadays it’s so damn hard to even find human beings or people that still have those qualities .. !!

the REALITY is so hopeless, helpless, and I feel that I’m just way too small/insignificant that I can’t do ANYTHING about all of this … !!!!

Even my IMAGINATIONS & DREAMS are far much more interesting & better than reality / this real life / real world !!!

fuck all of this! fuck this life! fuck reality! fuck real life! fuck real world! and fuck people / fuck humans / fuck humanity !!!!!!


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xanadu 12/28/2014 - 10:15 am

I dunno, I think even the most mundane-seeming people are actually a lot deeper than you’d think. Imagine yourself and what goes on inside your mind, only in them, and focused on different things. It might seem trivial, but there’s usually a huge amount of depth behind the things people do and say. Some of those qualities you mentioned are things that anthropologists/psychologists are starting to look at as human universals – things that define what a human is, because humans evolved for millions, billions of years to be what they are right now. Nature takes an obscenely long time to do anything, and a handful of generations in this technocratic industrial society isn’t going to wash away the billions of years of gradual evolution that formed us into what we are. If you don’t feel like you can trust humanity, then trust nature because it’s been around a damned lot longer than homo sapiens have.

Salt 12/28/2014 - 10:24 am

What can I say but amen to your post, niki.

Xanadu made some great points from a macroscopic point of view. I do think nature will have a way of sorting this out (even if it means self-extinction of this genetic aberration we call homo sapiens). But for the moment we’re in, the century, the lifetime or even the millennium that we are stuck in, there’s no comfort that any of this is worthwhile.

Especially if you believe humans are a blight on Earth and must be wiped out or replaced by a better, wiser species, that’s when you realize everything that you are is utterly pointless. We’re like a wrong turn in the evolutionary roadmap, one that will correct itself in a few million years. But knowing that just makes me more depressed because I know I contribute nothing of value to the universe.

xanadu 12/28/2014 - 10:33 am

Isn’t that just the way life works? Move forward or vanish, but if you move forward, you vanish. Birds were once dinosaurs, after all. But I think trying to tell what’s right or wrong, in terms of evolution, is harder to do than all that. Life is life and it exists. There is no set direction but forward into uncharted waters. It’s like a wave rolling through space/time. It’s all the same stuff, but some parts of the wave crest higher than the rest. None of it is the same from moment to moment, though. You are part of the universe. That’s the universe’s contribution to you, and yours to it.

Salt 12/28/2014 - 11:34 am

Yup I agree that just being part of it is sometimes all it takes to move it forward. What I can’t stomach though is being part of a mistake.

Nature is far from perfect. It makes tons of mistakes, and countless lives are wasted in nature’s “trial and error” toward its goal. For example did you know that an octopus typically has 3000 babies, and only about 3 of them survive? So basically nature wastes 2997 lives or 999% of the octopus population in order to move forward.

I can’t shake the feeling that I’m just one of those 2997 who is just a waste. And it pisses me off that nature would be so cruel to instill in us the desire to have a purpose and only pick 1 in 1000 to be the winner.

Another more human analogy would be like if you’re training to be an Olympic athlete. Thousands of young people train like mad for years, possibly (probably) ruining their childhood. And for what? To learn after 10 years of intense training & discipline that they’re just not good enough to make the cut? And after their peak, age 16-24, they’re too old and they have to start over with a new career, probably just waiting tables or some equally uneventful existence, just to survive.

I guess I’m particularly sad because I once had high aspirations of contributing to the world in a meaningful way, but I either screwed up my chance or (truth be told) I just wasn’t good enough. And like one of those failed octopi I just get swept under the rug by nature without as much as a pat on the ass for a good effort :/

xanadu 12/28/2014 - 11:54 am

It’s only a mistake if it’s part of a design – if it’s got a purpose underlying it, put there by someone like us, who thinks in terms of right angles and sprockets and fractions of a millimeter. Goals and objectives and molds in which to fill with stuff. There are no molds in nature. That’s why it’s always changing. Personally, I’d think the only significant contribution anyone could make in this world is to show someone else that the world doesn’t have to be so cold as it might seem. You are part of the world, after all. Everything else is just so much impersonal activity.

Salt 12/28/2014 - 1:28 pm

“It’s only a mistake if it’s part of a design”

That’s the toughest thing to swallow: the idea that there is no supreme design. I’m the worst kind of existentialist… one who tells himself that there is no cosmic meaning of life, yet who keeps trying to invent meanings because he can’t take the horror of a meaningless existence.

I guess I would be the opposite of a religious person who goes to church and prays but doesn’t really believe. Just going through the motions.

Analytical minds (not to be confused with intelligence, I’m just talking about “the need to analyze everything”) are doomed to a hell of contradictions. Like you said, I don’t think the universe has a central meaning. It just is. But for people who are obsessed with analyzing the situation, that answer isn’t good enough.

Another stupid example. They say in the English language there are no perfect rhymes for the word “silver”. But that doesn’t stop me from trying to come up with one. Why? I dunno, I guess it’s just a mystery that needs to be solved and I’m not satisfied with “there is no answer”.

I guess that illustrates what a fucked up mess I am. As if I’m going to disprove Webster and find some obscure word that nobody’s thought of in the thousands of years of English! And now back to the meaning of life, something in me (vanity? Stupidity?) tells me there has to be a meaning of life otherwise all of this, the earth, stars, galaxies, lifeforms, and most notably *I* am completely worthless and shouldn’t even exist :/

xanadu 12/28/2014 - 1:49 pm

You’re about as fucked up a mess as anyone who thinks about stuff. There’s a lot of stuff out there to think about. But who do you think you’re worthless to? We create our own meaning – that’s all humans have ever done. It’s all about telling stories to make sense of our place in the cosmos, to give us something to fight for, to give us something to hold onto, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing until it starts alienating everyone. I like to think living is enough of a purpose in itself, but trying to do the things I’d like to see other people doing helps a lot, too.

Salt 12/28/2014 - 10:27 am

I wanted to add that I enjoy saving insects, spiders, flies, ladybugs, even roaches trapped inside. I like to think that those noble creatures have far more potential to assist this world than any human. By saving one, that’s my best contribution to the planet.

Anunnaki 12/28/2014 - 10:30 am

We don’t need a purpose. IMO just to exist is fulfilling our natural purpose. Procreation is the meaning of life because without it there is no life, all in my opinion of course.

EmptyPluto 12/28/2014 - 11:17 am

You touch on some good points niki. i agree that it’s simply the developement of the human race over the years. of course we can always rely on nature, however in all honesty sometimes i feel as if a rat has a higher meaning than some people.

xanadu 12/28/2014 - 11:31 am

Why would a rat have more meaning? Rats don’t even know what the word celery means. They just do what they do without any concern over why they do it, or what it means to do it. We creatures of big brains brain the meaning in our.. uh, brains… and then mistakenly assume that meaning exists outside us. It’s what nature’s molded us into doing, so we do it, and we do the hell out of it. Sometimes we do it in ways that aren’t helpful to us, other times we do it in ways that are helpful. Depends entirely on what you’re trying to accomplish with it.

EmptyPluto 12/28/2014 - 11:45 am

Rats can be pretty smart and can even be used for consumption if you’re in need. everyone looks at things differently. many look at rats as disgusting, useless. but some may view them differently, as just creatures living and doing what they do. i believe that’s how it’s always going to be. people viewing things separately.

xanadu 12/28/2014 - 12:03 pm

I just think they’re another kind of life. I mean, I’d rather not touch a sewer rat, but one of my mom’s friends had a pet rat named Sparky who used to go blowfish fishing with me. He was almost dog-like – would follow you around and not run off if you weren’t paying attention. I liked that little furball.

xanadu 12/28/2014 - 12:11 pm

I just read that over and everyone’s probably going to be like, “Wut??”

Yeah. I went fishing for blowfish with a rat accompanying me. Wanna fight about it? 😛 My mom’s friend lived on a canal and I’d fish off her balcony. Apparently that canal was like the go-to resort destination for blowfish because I caught a bunch of ’em there. lol

three.moons 12/28/2014 - 11:42 am

niki, I basically agree w/ what you are saying. The main and only real purpose of life is love. And no of course I don’t just mean romantic love. And yea, your imagination is more intense than reality because it is the real reality. Read Neville Goddard or find him on youtube. I can give you some to start with if you want.
More and more Im finding this guys “philosphy” nails it. Some of it is out there but in general he’s got it figured out, imo.
He says ppl are all basically asleep and if you think of it that way, that’s why so many folks are so materialistic and shallow etc. They haven’t a clue.
And yea, it can drive you crazy when you’re one of those who sees the rest of them for what they are.

The Trap Door 12/28/2014 - 1:39 pm

Whether our lives have meaning or not is of absolutely no significance to us. When nobody accepted it, they created the afterlife to make everyone feel better. I prefer that life has no meaning. If it did, it’s not going to benefit me.

W0und3d 12/28/2014 - 4:27 pm

Hi niki!

carrut 1/5/2015 - 4:02 pm

Life is indeed very boring, worthless and uninteresting. People are stupid and they are trapped in bullshit.

Timel3ssDecay 1/24/2017 - 9:04 pm

This is an old topic but I wanted to say that I think as you do. It is difficult for me to accept it but there is no other choice.
Maybe this is actually how things are meant to be

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