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thehiddenmemer

It's alright to be lost sometimes, most of us are. Even if you do have a goal in your life it won't always be clear how to get there. So remember, we are all a bit lost even those that are very good at pretending they aren't. Take life one step at a time, it certainly isn't bad to have greater plans but on the short term there still won't be a clear path. We are told life is about the goals, you need to do this for that you live your life training to be "succesfull" you'll be rich, have a family, be famous, that ... is what success is isn't it? That is why we go to school? Why we get a job? why we go through this whole charade. I'd argue a successful life is about enjoying the good moments and being happy with who you have become. There is nothing bad about chasing success, but too many people are blinded by the goal and forget to live, through the good but also the mundane, because often times we don't notice just how good the mundane is till it leaves us forever...

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can_you_see_me

It was like when everything closed down, I went to gym and had a pretty decent body... When gym was closed and all around the world was point to its end, I ate like the end was lurking at the corner... After 4 months I was back to gym, and one of the most common question was "-Did you work out at home?!" I NE'd and calmly answered ... "-I thought the world would end, so I gave up and enjoyed the moment!" So the next step is to accept and get back in the tracks... It's working for me so far.

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trollface1

ever had someone mistake you for someone else but you didn't want to correct them so you just went with it? that's basically my life right now. I just go with whatever happens.

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mikeanders

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alukart12

Survive nibba !!

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plixer

Here's a confession : I'd be happy if a doctor told me I only had 5 years left to live. I don't see myself reaching old age and it would be much easier to plan my life for a short and definite amount of time. I'd do all the things I have on my bucket list and spent every dollar I got before I died.

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kaisersoze80

On the bright side, you can now do whatever you want

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dragonustheskyw

fck plans, how about will to do anything , how do u get that ?

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daemonprinceix

there's a lot of us like that. Growing up in the 80s was like "nukes coming any day now, AIDS going to kill people! satanists gonna sacrifice you to the devil if you listen to metal or play D&D, we're all going to die!", and then... still here... the only thing that really killed anyone was AIDS, nukes are still around but mostly are just a justification to spend all of the money on defense contracts. satanists turned out never to have done any of that shit and the people who said it admitted to lying, so satanists are now trolls against the government restricting freedoms, so that turned out ok. D&D spread its' legs and its' offsprings are everywhere, so that's fun. but mass thermonuclear death to justify years of worry and drinking and partying like it was the end of the world? nope... here's a shitty plague instead and more dipshit politicians. Cheers!

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vileetzu

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