Tell me your deepest wisdom, so I can grow.
Make me wise.
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apparently there is nothing you need to know. anything will be forgotten anyways. nilhism is the wisest, and the saddest.
I didn't come here looking for feels user.
oh in that case just be yourself
and say no to drugs. and stay far away from the internet!
and take pride in what you can while you still can
Read this fam:
If you generally feel warm during the summer you should also drink more, even if you don't feel thirsty
Following your instinct is an easy way of doing wrong.
Your mind is more powerful and logic
If an unchanging God has knowledge of changing truths, then how can evil exist unless of by your own predetermination? That is, not to say free will is or isn't real, but rather ask what are you yourself doing to make yourself grow, or which standard of growth negatively conceived contains your lack?
Niggers will overtake earth because of white people sick alturism. You will be dragged to street and beat to death by black people. Enjoy your last day to your fullest OP.
The perfect partner is a friend you'd easily spend your whole life together just being a retard with him/her, that you also wanna fuck, and that reciprocates.
The most common forms of seeking happiness - and the least fulfilling - are addiction and distraction.
These come in more flavors than you think. If addiction is generally defined as a compulsion driving you toward behavior you know is damaging, or a behavior that you wouldn't logically want to do without a chemical/psychological craving, then it is a lot more than drugs. Junk food/drink, masturbation, porn, and much more - all designed to set the pleasure neurochemicals flowing, and all damaging if done in excess.
Distraction is everywhere. How much of your short life do you spend on TV, video games, boredom eating, boredom masturbation, getting high, watching stupid videos on the internet, etc.? It feels nice in the moment, to take your mind away from the suffering of life, doesn't it? How much of that has brought you lasting happiness?
There only ways to bring lasting happiness, and the greatest happiness, is hard-won accomplishment and self-growth. Build your useful talents. Use them to build accomplishments in the real world.
Learn to play an instrument. Learn another language. Increase your bench press. Get in shape. Learn to dance. Set a career path you are passionate about and pursue it. Find a worthwhile partner and build a stable and happy family. Build a house. Fucking whatever, just do it.
The wisest thing I can tell you is this - get it out of your mind that happiness and pain are opposites. Pain is part of the path to happiness. The pain of growth is the only way to sustain happiness.
Imagine Mike. Mike is being a dick to you. You'd do exactly what Mike's doing if you were Mike. Mike is you. You are Mike. Do not respond emotionally. Do anything to avoid making enemies like Mike unnecessarily, but do not tolerate him being a dick. Assert your dominance, and tell Mike calmly to stop being a dick.
My point is, don't react emotionally. Think before you speak about the end goal of your comments.
Brush your teeth every day.
You'll need 'em when you're old .
Reality is always the final arbiter.
Where do you want to be in five years, and what do you need to DO to get there?
Never tell a woman your fear.
Read sociology and mathematics. Keep your eyes open, strive to understand the world, create things. Be a person you'd admire.
*the only ways to bring lasting happiness
smokes and beer make everything worth doing
Marry an asian woman. They can't carry the ginger gene.
You do realize that asians and Latino's fucking HATE blacks. Hell even the middle easterners only use them as a suicide army out of convenience to get them to kill other blacks. EVEN FUCKING GHANDI considered blacks a subhuman race deserving to be enslaved.
If blacks ever start a race war, literally 90% of the world, including everyone with any form of technology developed after the 1930's will crush them absolutely.
Labels are bullshit.
We create simple words to describe complex ideas and make them easier to talk about. People use those words but they forget that the words are just a convenient label for a much more complex reality. People start to think in terms of linguistic relations between words rather than physical relations between real things. They start to use the labels in ways they were never intended to be used and never bother to check that the simplifications still hold.
Take a lemon for example.
Lemons are sour. That's obvious.
Is it true though? A lemon is a fruit from a relatively broad category of trees. It would be possible to use selective breeding to produce a plant which is genetically very close to existing lemon varieties but tastes sweet. At that point the label breaks down, but people will still look at it, call it a lemon, and reason based on false assumptions.
Only use labels as a guide. Always ask "what is the physical reality here" before coming to any conclusions.
downloaded it. it's on my desktop for tomorrow morning. thanks user
Assuming you live to be 100 and your 25.. That means your 1/4th the way done with your life and you haven't done anything of value.
Time is more precious than money and shouldn't be spent as on trivial things
Here's probably the best advice I can give you.
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Here's a better translated Buddha quote.