posted on Feb, 4 2012 @ 08:15 AM
reply to post by ballisticmousse
Your life is defined by your own perception. If you find it meaningless- for you it will be.
If you were to see life as having a point how would it look? What if you saved the world (is it worth saving)? What if you created a great invention
or gained wealth (does that make your life worth more)? What IS the meaning of life? If you found meaning in your life but no one else did would it be
valid or not?
What if you were born and lived for one minute, did you really exsist? Did your life matter then, what if you lived to be 100? What if you lived a
boring life, does it matter?
This is my perception of life and its meaning.
Since the moment you entered the earth as a human being you have influenced life itself. You physically influence the space you use. You influence
everyone you ever meet even if neither of you know it at that moment. You can influence someones day just by the expression on your face. In turn this
influence carries on and on through each and every person you come in contact with. Positive or negitively. So your very exsistance carries influence
that potentially never ends. Every choice you make has an effect on your enviornement and those who come in contact with in and the influence you
The most insignificant human being has the potential to have the most influence worldwide.
If the world ends in a firey explosion will anything that happened before it matter?
Absolutely, even if only for the fact you could have brought comfort or pain or hope or dispair to another human being, changing the human experience
for another carries more validity than matter itself.