> There is a man who toils but has nothing.
> There is a man who does nothing but is rich.
> There is a man who loves but is hated.
> There is a man who hates but is loved.
> There is an evil man who prospers.
> There is a good man who is clothed in rags.
> There is a man who lies yet he's trusted.
> There is a man who tells the truth yet no one believes him.
Life is cruel and unforgiving by nature.
That's how we got to where we are.
Kids these days are raised with bullshit marxist values with a self centered spin. They are instilled with entitlement and lies.
Life doesn't owe any life form anything.
Natural selection, survival of the fittest.
Is there a better way to evolve a species whose only goal is to dominate all other species?
Marxism works for ant colonies, not so much for top mammalian predators
Life is a series of questions in which you must say yes or no guiding yourself forward toward memes
normie pls leave
there is innumerably more suffering than happiness, and there is no logical reasoning why the distrubution of suffering and happyness could not theoreticaly be fair.
the genre of life is tragedy.
If there didn't exist those different states of mind, there simply wouldn't exist the words to delineate the two. Happiness would still exist in a world without suffering, but there wouldn't really need terminologies to tell happiness and suffering apart, since there would only be one state of mind that can be known. Words aren't the things they're describing; they're just words.
robot pls open your mind and let your ass flow etc.
its called karma be thankful you are even human
no because if a person was happy all the time then they wouldn't be happy at all, because the human brain is wired to experience different things otherwise desensitization kicks in and makes the happiness turn to sadness. But then having felt sad they will know what happiness is again. Its a rollercoaster where you can't just sit at the peak of the height all the time, it needs to go up and down. So happiness could not exist without its counterpart, like light and shadow.
says you, anything can be a goal.
Desensitization is something that happens when you take drugs that end up damaging the receptors. You're right that the natural human brain can't sustain too much happiness indefinitely, but some people are just happier more often than others given their brain physiology. That isn't to say that future technology can't reconfigure or upgrade the brain to be in a generally good mood all the time. There's this thing called the Hedonistic Imperative that goes more into detail about what I'm trying to explain.