Hae to all thoese that are like me just wondering arewe all happy now or do we all just wanna die... im like that but its kinda sad dont you think reply id like to hear from you guys
Professor. Lava. Hot.
9th May 2006
I want to die, not because i hate life just because i want to know what happens! As i tell everyone i know; "The reason it sucks to be you is because you are not me." I am very happy, I love my life and i would like no other. As for all those "emos" out there, you have ruined a perfectly good music scene and given all of us who enjoy a bad name, so stop whining about wanting to die and just end it and give us back OUR music!....It was punk before it was emo!
8th May 2007
Man can never be happy. I could explain a way he could, but I'd get flamed and you'd say it was just a fairytale, even though it definately works.
Heaven's gonna burn your eyes
16th April 2005
There are moments of despair, and of annoyance, discontent, and so on. But overall, I'm happy.
8th May 2007
Indeed, I can be quite happy, like Masked said. And yes, I of course sometimes get aggravated and annoyed and sad and want to smash my comp >=)
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
One of the hardest things I've done in recent time was deciding not to study Psychology at university. That was depressing for a bit since it had been a dream of mine for almost four years. I had a place to take it as a Masters Degree. While psychology interests me I have to acknowledge I have only a limited talent for it in its current form of teaching, (remember statistics from lots of boring studies and regurgitate.) But I think I'm a lot happier for deciding to leave it behind. Struggling against that sort of thing for years just so at the end of it I could say that I'd done it.... I didn't really enjoy the subject, just the dream of success which was itself based off of other people's standards.
My philosophy on life has moved on since then too. I've come to believe that psychology takes a lot away as well as giving to people, it removes challenges from people's lives, and when you remove someone's challenges you make them weaker. It was a dream but part of growing up is recognising the difference between what you're dreaming of and what you're going to get. Fourtunately when I started studying to go to university I basically said 'alrighty, I'm a kid at the moment, let's draw up a list of things that will give me the most options.' Knowing that I didn't really know what I'd want to do in several years allowed me to be ready for this. So from a purely practical perspective this isn't really a biggy, I'll just study something else at university.
Yes I think I am happy. I've found things that I really enjoy doing, (martial arts, they're like my passion in life,) and I've found subjects that I'm good at and skills I can practice. I've even found I'm a really good teacher.
I don't have everything I want in life, I'd like some more money, another couple of years before going off to uni (come to think of it I might even get those,) not even close to everything I want - but then again who does? I've got things I enjoy in life however, and prospects of even more things to enjoy for the future. Sure there's some things I don't enjoy but I'm not five years old so I've got the objectivity to get over/ignore them.
On the whole life's pretty good. I'm certainly not just waiting to die.
You can't fire me, I quit
16th April 2005
I'm rarely entirely happy or unhappy. If I have something to be happy about I will be happy about it, but the rest of my problems won't go away because of it.
Conversely, I don't choose to dwell on things that would make me unhappy unless I feel I can do something about them, because there is no point. Unhappiness without the ability or the will to improve one's situation is a waste of energy.
I'm so happy, Ha Ha, happy go lucky me. Things that bother you never bother me!
DEUS LO VULT
17th December 2005
I'm happy, but I believe happiness can more easily be achieved when you believe in yourself, you believe in your duty and believe it is right for you and the world around you. You must face the truth and not take anything to seriously, a clouded mind who cannot understand a situation cannot understand itself.
I've done a lot of thinking, I'm doing that constantly, touching topics like the nature of humanity, spiritualism, religion, nature, and social philosophy, I am an optimist, I believe people are good at hard, but greedy. Then again, nothing wrong with being greedy, it's an animal instict, it's a survival instict, though sometimes it can be more hindering sometimes, but there is nothing wrong with greed, at least, not through nature's eyes. I believe that thinking and debating with myself, along with martial arts, creative expression (I.E., My Art and Writing) and combining various religious beliefs into my own, ultimately make me a happy individual.
Oh! Taking things a little to far.
Waffle-Sprocket is broke
24th November 2003
I am very rarely unhappy. I take most things at face value and dont let things get to me very often.