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What is life?
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Posted 4/21/11
I want to live my life without asking these questions. Humans isn't supposed to know EVERYTHING. That's why kids can be happier, hey don't know about these hard questions, and they don't seek for answers.
Just thinking...
Posted 4/21/11

iInger wrote:

I want to live my life without asking these questions. Humans isn't supposed to know EVERYTHING. That's why kids can be happier, hey don't know about these hard questions, and they don't seek for answers.
Just thinking...
Then you have no idea how your stereotype and prejudice about unrealistic yet intentional exclusion, are undermining children's capacity for problem solving.

John Hunter on the World Peace Game
Sugata Mitra: The child-driven education
Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids

You have no rights to speak for them, when you don't know what they're truly capable of. Because you don't know how wrong and inexperienced you are, nor have you tried to truly empathize with them.
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Posted 4/21/11
Chill man, I said it was just me thinking and what I wanted
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Posted 4/21/11
I didnt write here for this kind of discussions so i won't answer from now on, and tbh my english is too bad to understand everything that ur writing, bye
Posted 4/21/11

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I didnt write here for this kind of discussions so i won't answer from now on, and tbh my english is too bad to understand everything that ur writing, bye
And now you're intentionally using language barrier as an excuse for not learning about what life is, and your irresponsibility for your own expression in the "extended discussion" forum? Your life is meaningless if you're just blindly believing that you're not wrong.
Posted 5/1/11
Nobody knows what it is, and are despicable for insinuating that they do. So I'll just say that it is something you shouldn't waste questioning so just get on with it.

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Posted 5/6/11
why we human need to understand so many?
Well I believe it's the only way we could survive at anything at all.

why should we live if we alive only to destroy mother nature?

I don't think we live to destroy mother nature. Whatever we had done towards mother nature are just side effects on our personal needs. There are many people trying to restore mother nature. Take for example, green architects.

what should I aim for if I am an exceptions from animal world?

How about you ask yourself. Aim for what animals cant.

we live everyday think everything and now what?

We survive.

visit my site: http://www.scriptedmasquerade.blogspot.com
It's about my personal views towards life
Posted 5/6/11 , edited 5/6/11

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why we human need to understand so many?
Well I believe it's the only way we could survive at anything at all.

why should we live if we alive only to destroy mother nature?
I don't think we live to destroy mother nature. Whatever we had done towards mother nature are just side effects on our personal needs. There are many people trying to restore mother nature. Take for example, green architects.

what should I aim for if I am an exceptions from animal world?
How about you ask yourself. Aim for what animals cant.

we live everyday think everything and now what?
We survive.

visit my site: http://www.scriptedmasquerade.blogspot.com
It's about my personal views towards life ;)
Then understand how we were indoctrinated into believing that we want more than what we actually need, which end up we consume more than we should sustain our survival. Simply because we humans as a specie are social animals, who depend and rely on socialization.
Posted 5/8/11 , edited 5/8/11
Saying life is "Getting a job, getting married, etc" is like you are prejudice against a certain type of 'living'.

Life is life, people live it differently.
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Posted 5/15/11
Life is nothing... just days for days...
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Posted 5/15/11
i thenk we humens as a spesis sood onderstand thet ther is moor too life then cosuming awry thing!
i thenk if whe jost teik a moment and think hwot we are doing too aore plenet.
and ho ses we are alon inn this yunivors, so we sood eksplor avry thing and theik ker of oer plenet
and liv a layf we dont regret layter
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Posted 5/16/11
i mean, nobody can possibly answer these questions, because we live on opinions and self-decision. you cant answer a question asking why " we " do something when not all people do it, everyone has a choice of everything they do themselves. choices that result in action. As for what should you aim for, aim for what you want to aim for. do what you want to do, i mean, some people may say " you cant do what you want cause then youll get arrested " or something, but you can do what you want by still choosing not to go to prison. oh im getting off-topic, buhbai
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Posted 5/18/11
why we human need to understand so many?
Since humans are social beings, we try to understand as much as possible in order to relate with one another.
why should we live if we alive only to destroy mother nature?

iisongmiraii wrote:
I don't think we live to destroy mother nature. Whatever we had done towards mother nature are just side effects on our personal needs. There are many people trying to restore mother nature. Take for example, green architects.

I second on that
what should I aim for if I am an exceptions from animal world?
Why would you want to be different than animals? It's not like humans are better than animals.
we live everyday think everything and now what?
Have a tea and a sit down =)
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Posted 5/21/11
I think of it kinda like a semi-lucid dream, it's interesting to read/discuss big questions like this but in the end I find it's just about making the most of the time we have here and enjoying ourselves.
Posted 5/24/11 , edited 5/24/11
Tears at my birth
Smile at my death....

life is an endless circle of small tempests brewed in a very large teapot.

Or, as Frost said:

One night you stop.
and realize under the snowy boughs of trees that you
have promises to keep
and miles to go, before you sleep.
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