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Posted 1/14/16
Pessimism at it's finest.

Ok but really, I'm sorry you feel that way. I'm not saying it gets better for everybody, but it did for me, and I hope it does for you too.
Posted 1/14/16

HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Life hasn't been easy but I've enjoyed it so far.



That's actually sad in two ways.
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Posted 1/14/16
Life will be worth living once Catgirls are invented.

End of discussion.
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Posted 1/14/16
There honestly aren't a lot of limitations in life beyond physical ones. Life can be whatever you make it to be, so long as you're willing to put forth the effort required of you. Circumstance is just what it is, be it that you're poor, lonely, unhappy, or lost; there is always a way to change circumstance to your favor, though it often comes with consequence. For your money troubles you can work 5 jobs, hell if you need it bad enough you can just steal it. If you're lonely, go out of your way to met someone or talk to a counselor. If you're lost, keep searching for a pathway and don't give up, walk out in every direction you can. If you are unhappy, do whatever it takes for you to become happy.

The only time you fail to overcome circumstance is when you are unwilling to do whatever it takes to change it, or rather, "Where there's a will, there's a way".

If you can't find it within yourself to do what you deem necessary you either end up wallowing in self pity or accepting things as they are and move forward.

Of course that's a very black and white way to look at it, and often you find yourself somewhere in the middle ground where you are willing to put forward some effort and change your life just enough so you can cope which is just as well. The only real point to life is being alive, so you might as well be happy while you are.
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Posted 1/15/16 , edited 1/15/16
Perhaps I should have more sympathy for this sort of stuff, but I can't.

“The pessimist resembles a man who observes with fear and sadness that his wall calendar, from which he daily tears a sheet, grows thinner with each passing day. On the other hand, the person who attacks the problems of life actively is like a man who removes each successive leaf from his calendar and files it neatly and carefully away with its predecessors, after first having jotted down a few diary notes on the back. He can reflect with pride and joy on all the richness set down in these notes, on all the life he has already lived to the fullest. What will it matter to him if he notices that he is growing old? Has he any reason to envy the young people whom he sees, or wax nostalgic over his own lost youth? What reasons has he to envy a young person? For the possibilities that a young person has, the future which is in store for him?

No, thank you,' he will think. 'Instead of possibilities, I have realities in my past, not only the reality of work done and of love loved, but of sufferings bravely suffered. These sufferings are even the things of which I am most proud, although these are things which cannot inspire envy.'

Viktor E. Frankl

Life is what you make out of it.

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Posted 1/15/16
Life sucks... because I'm hungry right now. When my belly is full then life is great.
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Posted 1/15/16
is that so?
well then, i guess it means you're better of dead.

sorry, was that a bit harsh?

you only find this reality mundane because you're stagnant; life begins when you step outside of your comfort zone,
and it seems like you haven't tried to do that yet.

the cookie jar is open.
so channel your inner cookie monster and devour it.
look at him. he's so happy.
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Closed because OP nuked.
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