Thursday, October 28, 2010

What's life?

What's life? No, really, ask yourself the question and TRULY try to answer it before you continue reading.

However you explain life, you're probably right.

Wherever you live, whatever you do, I can guarantee you that there's thousands if not millions of other people on this world doing the same exact thing; you believe the world is revolving around you because we're chemically engineered to have that feeling, to have the feeling of free will, to believe that you and I can make a difference in this world.

Forget that feeling, what difference can you make in this world? Save or take a few lives? It really won't matter, because they are gonna die in fifty years anyways, two or three less fags you see taking out trash each day, who cares. Let me guess, you live in a sturdy house, have a job which you might hate or enjoy, probably have a girlfriend and if not you're "falling in love" with x or y girl. You must be thinking I'm some genius... no douche look around, theres billions of fags around the world just like you and me.

Now, I really didn't mean this post to be so damn condescending, but I got a little a little carried away... Like I said, whatever you explained life being, you're probably right, and if you didn't think about it than it sucks for you, shoulda done what I fucking told you. The reason for it being whatever you explained it being is because you're probably at an age where you have set beliefs and goals in your life, you have structured thinking which is bound by problems which may be imaginary, but because you have already set those boundaries by yourself you won't attempt to accomplish whatever you were gonna do previously, you forgot what you were gonna do because you remembered those boundaries.

Basically what I'm saying is, you're pretty much fucked until you snap out of your parallel thinking with set beliefs and boundaries, and try to break those beliefs and boundaries.

Take a fucking gun and be somebody.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Stop thinking about the future...

As I look around the point who are generally unhappy or disappointed in life, I see one commonality... they all hope that in their future things will change; but what people don't realize is that years go fast and days go slow.

As the days pass you only remember and cherish the good moments, always remember to live today as if it's your last day on earth, because it very well might. Don't get caught up in the past or the future, because the moment that should be most important to you is right now. Now I'm not saying fuck yourself up for the future, but don't forget about today, because that should be the most important day of all.

Now put on a smile on your face (: and take on the day as if it's your last!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Life after death?

This post somewhat relates to my last post about religion. I, like most other persons on this planet, believe in a higher supernatural being; but in my opinion it would be rude to give a name or paint an imagine of this being. Despite me believing in this supernatural being, I am also a firm believer of evolution.

I personally don't believe there will be a life after death, albeit I do hope that the universe surprises me. From my point of view, we're one of the most evolved species on our planet, earth. In fact, we're so evolved, there are millions of chemicals in our brain to either punish us or award us for the actions we do. Don't believe me? Have you exercised? The feeling after your exercise is a natural body high, and you wouldn't feel as good as you do if the brain didn't release certain chemicals that make you feel that way. There are millions of other things I could list, such as anxiety for knowing that you're in fault, or feeling sorrow after you've done something wrong.

Those things are all natural, but not all of the species have those feelings, they're there because our brain has evolved over thousands of generations. We, without a doubt, have the most logical thinking among all of the species, and because of this we need to believe that there is some way that our journey will continue on after we die. Think about it, life is full of pain and joy, there wouldn't be one without the other. Our brain won't let us believe there is nothing after death, it's too advanced and evolved. Why are we afraid of death, if there was really something beyond death I don't believe we would naturally be afraid of it, we'd simply move on. The only thing close to life after death is our offspring, and that's why we love them so much. We're there to protect them and guide them throughout their life, make sure they don't make the same mistakes we did.

There is no such thing as life after death, I'm sorry, but look around. Every single species on this planet has only one goal, to live long enough to produce offspring, that's it. Some species die right after, others raise their children and reproduce again. As I mentioned earlier, our brain is highly advanced, and we've become so smart that we need to look for the answer to life, otherwise we wouldn't see a point in living.

The answer is your children, love and cherish your children to death, because after you're gone they are going to be the ones to miss you, and continue your legacy where you left it.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

My thoughts on religion

Is God real? <- can be God of any religion you wish to choose

Think about it for a second... go through all the experiences in your life, be it bad or good, is God real? Now I'm not here to argue, because arguing about existence of God is really meaningless, you may ask yourself why, and here is my little explanation.

It may sound paradoxical, but in order for any claim to be true, it must be falsifiable. Do you get it? If nothing conceivable could ever disprove the claim, then the evidence does not matter; it would be pointless to even examine the evidence, because the conclusion is already known - the claim is invulnerable to any possible evidence. This is so because because it is impossible - logically impossible - for any claim to be true no matter what. Here's an example of a normal and falsifiable claim:

Water boils at 95 degrees Celsius. This can easily be proven wrong, you boil the water to 95 degrees Celsius, the water does not boil; the claim is proven to be wrong.

Arguing about existence of God would be completely pointless, because there is no possible way to prove that God doesn't exist. Now, I'm in no position to say that God does or doesn't exist, I'm simply pointing out that it's pointless trying to argue about it... keep your beliefs to yourself.

Amazing industry

As I was reading through many amazing stories of generating constant revenue through blogging, I realized I could easily be doing the same. So here we are, my first blog post, and I'm planning on posting many more, as I always have ideas or stories to share... I just hope I'll be dedicated enough to continue on with this.

Anyways, I hope you look forward to my material, I'll try to not disappoint anyone, by the way I have a wide variety of interests so I'll have a huge variety of different posts!