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How much for Happy?Category: (general)
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
11:06:17 PM (GMT)
And I wonder how it is that people can "appear" to be so happy everyday when we know
there is always something that will go wrong? Maybe nothing has gone wrong yet in
their day, if they're lucky, but the fact remains that good can't last forever. I
tried to contridict this philosophy by saying that the bad couldnt last forever.
Apparently it can, and apparently I was wrong. I mean, look at how we leave this
earth. We die and never come back. What's good about being burried 6 feet in the dirt
and rotting while worms eat us or having our bodies burned to ash? You may say its
all in the mind set, but it is proven that bad things will always continue to happen,
whereas with good, there's no garuntees. Happy is how we want to feel because its the
sense of goodness and 'normalcy' we all want. I don't believe in it anymore. I
believe that bad has more normalcy over the good. Call me pessimistic. I'm not saying
it to be down on everything, or anything for that matter. I'm saying it because its
the truth. The quicker we realize it, the quicker we can get on. I'm not going to
expect happy anymore. That's the biggest letdown in itsself. I could go on with this
topic, and I can also think of a couple ways that I could contrast this. For the most
part, though, this is what im going to believe until something proves me wrong.


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