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4 truths about 4 lies

by creep25

1.) Nothing in this life is truly earned no matter what anyone tries to tell you. We don’t live in a fairy tale and people don’t get anywhere in life because they work hard and believe in themselves because if that were the case there are millions existing in squander this very moment that should be living in castle on the beach by now. People get places because something outside of what they do whether its looks, money, personality etc gives them the advantage to do so.

2.) No one has control over anything in life. We don’t get to choose if we are born,  who our parents are, What our genitals are, what color we are, what we look like (excluding surgery and even that can be botched), the class were born into, whether or not we can get a job, our personalities, who/what we like, who likes us or even how we feel about it. In the end we are at the mercy of the world and each other.

3.)Karma does not exist. There is no magical force in the universe that balances good deeds with bad unless you count death/hell as one of them. Good things happen to bad people bad things happen to good people. There are plenty of  evil people what as you read this are living guilt free in a life of luxury and happiness while many a  kind person also while we speak are laying homeless in a gutter riddled with pain and disease.

4.)Being a good person means NOTHING in this world. If you are one of them (and I speak from experience) prepare to be shitted on for the rest of your life in every possible way. You will not come out on top in the end because you did the right thing. You will not be better respected or treated and in all likelihood will end up being treated worse than the sleazebag that spends their days stepping on you to get where and what they want.


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4beyondhelp 3/18/2016 - 2:08 pm

sad but true…

disgusting 3/18/2016 - 2:13 pm

So absolutely right. Can I post this content on tumblr? No one reads my tumblr anyway.

AgentQ 3/18/2016 - 2:23 pm

4 things depression makes you believe.

nepheliad 3/18/2016 - 2:28 pm

Not depression, all you have to do is look at human history. There are good people out there and some can be successful, but mostly not.

AgentQ 3/18/2016 - 2:33 pm

What does “successful” mean?

nepheliad 3/18/2016 - 9:00 pm

Isn’t human success typically defined as wealth, fame, etc? (Whether it’s through work, business skills, talents, and so on.)

Hazy Day Sunflower 3/18/2016 - 3:49 pm

Agree agentq

Drowning 3/18/2016 - 2:40 pm


Morris 3/18/2016 - 4:26 pm

It’s funny how the ‘truth’ varies depending on who you talk to. Sometimes ‘truths’ just seem like opinions masquerading as the truth.

There are people who work hard at achieving their goals, and often they do get what they wanted, while other people try yet consistently fail.

You might not have the power to decide who your parents were, but you do have control in deciding how to play the hand you were dealt. Unless someone else is controlling your mind, you can choose the attitude/outlook/perspective you’d like to adopt.

No one ever said that life was easy or fair. Good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people. Oh well. If there’s nothing you can do about that, then why worry about it? Maybe if everyone on the planet focused on being the best possible version of themselves the world would be a better place. I realize that we can’t control what other people think, do or say, but we can try to be part of the solution.

creep25 3/18/2016 - 4:47 pm

@disgusting Of course feel free to do so.

@Agent Q Depression in itself is influenced by the truth about life. life doesn’t suck because we are depressed, we are depressed because life sucks.

@Morris “Oh well. If there’s nothing you can do about that, then why worry about it?” Your exactly proving my point on number 2, we don’t get to choose how we feel about something. Would I love to see the s**t in my life and not care? Of course I would, but that is easier said than done, my mind is slow to allow it and struggles to maintain it. Your personality allows you to think the way you do without as much effort as others which is fantastic but it is something inherent within you that is allowing you to think so positive and upbeat, something that is not inherent within everyone and a mindset that requires much more effort for those non naturals to reach.The problem is what comes natural to you in the way of turning everything into a positive and seeing a silver lining even when there is none does not come natural for others myself included.

disgusting 3/18/2016 - 4:54 pm

Thank you! 🙂

AgentQ 3/19/2016 - 3:53 am

I don’t understand. In your response to Morris you accept that our unique minds limit our perception of reality yet you reject that depression causes people to see a reality that doesn’t actually exist outside their own minds.

People comment here all the time about how they don’t understand how anyone could stand to live in this world, but the fact of the matter is most people are not miserable, depressed or suicidal. That idea that everyone is secretly miserable is just a fabricated reality born of depression.

bah 3/19/2016 - 12:17 am

I agree with you creep25. There are those who will can sit in their high and comfy chair and judge and say “well it’s about hard work, and focus and outlook, etc.” Those who are not dealt with a excruciating debilitating disease, or physical handicap, or extremely abusive childhood, or extreme poverty, cannot say “it’s not the hand you were dealt with but what how you deal with it. ” Unless you have experienced that kind of life, experienced the utter lack of opportunities, suffered that kind of pain- you have no right to just brush it aside and simply say “oh well, that’s just life. no one said life is fair.”

When people say things like that, they are brushing aside all the hardships and in essence saying “if you haven’t made, then it was YOUR fault.” “You must’ve not worked hard enough or ..etc etc” “Because if someone ELSE has, then why can’t YOU?”

AgentQ 3/19/2016 - 3:58 am

I don’t think anyone is saying that. The OP stated that no one has control over anything, hard work means nothing nor does being a good person. Even if some people never get a chance to have a decent life, that doesn’t somehow mean that hard work means nothing.

creep25 3/19/2016 - 2:13 pm

@disgusting No problem
@bah Thank you! That is exactly what i’m trying to say. There is too much blame put on the person struggling. Its always something they didn’t do.
@ Agent Q Just because people react differently to something bad happening doesn’t mean something bad didn’t happen. It just means one person was able to ignore and lock the negative feelings in the back of their mind while the other person unable to do the same was forced to confront those feelings head on. I never said people make up their reality. What I said is some are better able to ignore the bad things within it.

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