Is that too much courage? Oh wait, in fact there is no such thing, it’s only cost optimisation and packaging design. I find it unacceptable to buy a ten dolla’ sticker to make useable all these “pro” devices . This is nonsense. People who use their 3k laptops for showing off and entertainment are the… Continue reading I want Apple to have the courage for a matte screen
Why? Because: There isn’t anything in nothing that may become something. It is important to understand nothingness and the repercussions that its existence has on your existence. If nothingness exists, only then is existence truly absurd. Otherwise, however weak the something is, there is purpose. Purpose is merely the existence of a next step in… Continue reading You can’t make something out of nothing.
This dream that I’m dreaming is my reality. Yet, this idea, “reality”, as if there is any “fakety” to oppose it …, what do we mean by it? The real is opposed to the imaginary and reality is a summation of everything that is real, as in not imaginary. But what if I imagine something that… Continue reading This dream that I’m dreaming is my reality
There is no God willing to torture you for an eternity, because eternal torture is boring. There is no eternal happiness either. Eternal happiness requires both eternal awareness and your freezing in a particular state, but if you don’t change awareness is zero, therefore happiness is maximum right before it changes you so that you… Continue reading New eternity in 5, 4, 3 …
Being a human in this day and age got limited. I feel like those kind of questions which were asked once with great reverence, are today barely referenced as conversation starters. People don’t want to go in depth anymore. What scarred me is that the shallowness is not the kind you find at careless teenagers… Continue reading Change your denominator.
I hate FIMO inducing quotes. This, dear Marcus, is so scary. I must miss a button or something, because I just can’t begin to live. I can’t. I am alive, hence I am living. And I fear death because it is so unreasonable. I think we should all fear death. We should. Death sucks. You know… Continue reading “It is not death that a man should fear, but never beginning to live.” No shit!
In as much as I agree with a majority of what yu said, I feel I should also add something in line with the subject. Awesome! 🙂 Shoot. I too have heard the expession money does not buy happiness countless times and I too agree that money does buy freedom and freedom to a degree constitutes… Continue reading Money and happiness
They say money can’t buy happiness. But did you ever try to buy it without money? 😉 Ha! I tried to buy happiness with so many things, money included. True story. I tried to buy happiness with work. I got happiness with so many strings attached, I couldn’t enjoy a second of it because I was… Continue reading I tried to buy happiness with so many things, money included.
Yes. Exactly as you read it. I have seen in my brief existence a lot of people. I am grateful to be me. I am grateful that I can let go. I’ve let go of everything that went too far away from me. This makes me light. I don’t have no special skill, I simply… Continue reading I am grateful to be me
This is the formula of happiness. No go be happy! Just kidding … (a rebooted response) It is exactly this line of thinking that, in my opinion, underpins unhappiness, said Alex Schiff in an article. But it does sound believable right? Happiness = Reality — Expectations. After all we’re our biggest enemies in the race to happy-land. Isn’t it… Continue reading Happiness = Reality — Expectations?
I don’t know what is generally better. I tend to feel this is true: “I grew up with the sea, and poverty for me was sumptuous; then I lost the sea and found all luxuries grey and poverty unbearable.”, A. Camus … and therefore I’d pick the beach if say God, err Morgan Freeman, would… Continue reading Is it better to be on a beach dreaming of having a career or have a career dreaming of being on a beach
Good guys finish last because the bad guys have stolen carpe diem. The best thing general intelligence put into humans is our humor and sense of fucking up. We know when we blunder the hell out of things and we find it amusing. The saddest people are those who don’t allow themselves the good laugh at… Continue reading Carpe the damn diem
I think suicide is a side effect of intelligence. I am not the only one: Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know — Ernest Hemingway People nowadays reject the quote above as the rationalization of an unhappy alcoholic, Yet there is a lot more to it that we like to take. stolen from a… Continue reading Time makes people kill themselves
This damned theory, which governs our life plans, assumes that happiness is reached at the top of a pyramid of needs, and, until you get there, you must figure out more immediate problems like food, shelter or safety. On the basis of this model, a whole set of directions have been set in our society,… Continue reading Forget Maslow! Everything Is Basic Need.
Happiness is so darn particular. Happiness is when you do the right thing, at the right time, in the right place, with the right people etc etc etc. We could discuss what happiness means for ages. That is not because the subject is complex, but because it is so subjective, that means everyone has their… Continue reading How to be happy
In this overwhelming social era when everybody advertises so aggressively their accomplishments and words like love, happiness, passion, obsession, beauty, artist or achievement are stripped of might and treated like garments for emptiness, you might get the crazy idea that something is wrong with you. Then the personal development trainer comes along, to help, and… Continue reading You can do anything and you’re still unhappy?