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Posted 11/26/06
My main priorit is graduate in college like most of the other ppl on this forum :p
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Posted 11/26/06

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My main priorit is graduate in college like most of the other ppl on this forum :p


at least your close to college! i have 4 years left of school!
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i'm still depressed that everyone's either is about to go to college, about to graduate or already has graduated!! ^ Xrn The Nigma here is depressing me more!......i can't believe i have so many years left...
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VTBB wrote:

i'm still depressed that everyone's either is about to go to college, about to graduate or already has graduated!! ^ Xrn The Nigma here is depressing me more!......i can't believe i have so many years left...


Savor it. You have your whole life ahead of you. Trust me - those days will be upon you before you know it. Take time to enjoy what you have now, don't focus on tommorow. Focus on now. Revel in the glory that is youth. Do you really want to be that much closer to death?
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relax vtbb, one day your gonna wake up and you'll be 25. Time goes faster than you know it, and you'll look back at you being 13 as yesterday. Be happy your that age and enjoy it as much as possible.
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wow....if u guys put it that way, i'm not depressed anymore! Thanks! yeah I guess you're right i'll enjoy and savor my being 13!
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wow, a lot of people really do have shallow goals. fairly materialistic. nothing horrible about that, but still. it's very hallow. the kind of useless people that can be hunted to help lower the population, or die the next day and it'd make little difference.

basou and mauz are probably the only ones i've heard who have a more real kind of priority. not something hollow like money and other such things within society.

then again, we gotta keep on topic here, jess asked for current priority, not necessarily long term goal.
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^ world peace
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TiTanTHPS wrote:

wow, a lot of people really do have shallow goals. fairly materialistic. nothing horrible about that, but still. it's very hallow. the kind of useless people that can be hunted to help lower the population, or die the next day and it'd make little difference.

basou and mauz are probably the only ones i've heard who has a more real kind of priority. not something hollow like money and other such things within society.

then again, we gotta keep on topic here, jess asked for current priority, not necessarily long term goal.


I take offense to this post.

How dare you judge me like that, because I do not overtly state some pleasing to read faux-spiritualist self improvement drivel, refining ones mind, and strengthening ones moral outlook is a day by day process. No arbitrary target can be set, no one path can be espoused above all others.

Every mans every day is an opportunity for improvement, be it mental or whatever, how can you say that one mans mission to live his life in a 9-5 job, has any less worth than one that is spent studying theology at a university. You are being the very epitome of elitist, and it irks me somewhat.
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My main priority right now is to pass college. No, it's not some philanthropistic priority as to be a better person or to heal the world, make it a better place. Forgive me for being shallow.
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My main priority should be dealing with an issue that I've attempted to deal with before, but never really got resolved when it should have. But I'm kind of avoiding it, ugh.

Other then that do well in university sure. I tend to be a slacker though, so as long as I do fine I don't really care much.

Understanding.

Forming good relationships.
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my main priority is living throught my GCSEs. be more sociable and not get too depressed.
Posted 11/26/06
my main priority is to have fun my seinor year in high school, i took my SATs and sent my college apps so i have nothing to do but w8 and see if i get in any of em
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^ Enjoy it while you can.
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Posted 11/26/06

cocky wrote:


TiTanTHPS wrote:

wow, a lot of people really do have shallow goals. fairly materialistic. nothing horrible about that, but still. it's very hallow. the kind of useless people that can be hunted to help lower the population, or die the next day and it'd make little difference.

basou and mauz are probably the only ones i've heard who has a more real kind of priority. not something hollow like money and other such things within society.

then again, we gotta keep on topic here, jess asked for current priority, not necessarily long term goal.


I take offense to this post.

How dare you judge me like that, because I do not overtly state some pleasing to read faux-spiritualist self improvement drivel, refining ones mind, and strengthening ones moral outlook is a day by day process. No arbitrary target can be set, no one path can be espoused above all others.

Every mans every day is an opportunity for improvement, be it mental or whatever, how can you say that one mans mission to live his life in a 9-5 job, has any less worth than one that is spent studying theology at a university. You are being the very epitome of elitist, and it irks me somewhat.


Should i take offense to this? I do exactly what i said, more so than you'll ever know.
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