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Originally posted by jitombe
reply to post by bobbylove321
Super humans???? That is funny poop...can you bend metal objects with your mind, read people's minds, have the ability to teleport, do you know the secret to immortality, etc? Humans are barbaric gullible simpletons and that is all we will ever be. Humans are no better than cockroaches, breed and kill, thats all we're good for. Bring on the afterlife, that's when it will get interesting, life on earth is a temporary situation. Enjoy it while you are here.
They know that there is a way the world is supposed to be, and a magnificent role for themselves in that more beautiful world. Broken to the lesser lives we offer them, they react with hostility, rage, cynicism, depression, escapism, or self-destruction—all the defining qualities of modern adolescence. Then we blame them for not bringing these qualities under control, and when they finally have given up their idealism we call them mature. Having given up their idealism, they can get on with the business of survival: practicality and security, comfort and safety, which is what we are left with in the absence of purpose. So we suggest they major in something practical, stay out of trouble, don't take risks, build a résumé. We think we are practical and wise in the ways of the world. Really we are just broken and afraid. We are afraid on their behalf, and, less nobly, we are afraid of what their idealism shows us: the plunder and betrayal of our own youthful possibilities.
I use to take everything so seriously a few years ago (school, job, education, etc.) but now it all seems like a big joke. Kind of like a virtual reality.
If you REALLY think about it, and I mean "really" think about it, you'll know that deep down in your heart "something" is not right, and you ask yourself "Is This What Life Is Suppose To Be? I Don't Like It."