What is the most difficult thing to learn and accept about life?
That it ends.
or that it started in the first place for no reason at all.
That every two-bit Nietzsche monk or edgy 'intellectual' will think life is meaningless, and people will eventually give up because they don't understand that meaning can be given in intervals and that end of time is a concept arbitrary to actual goals.
The fact that I'm not a special snowflake like my parents had me believe. Turns out I wasn't highly intelligent and highly talented after all.
Still, I've learned to cope with the mediocrity...
That all subjective meaning is inherently invalid.
Some things that affect how you will live your life day-to-day are 100% out of your control.
Mortality and the fact that you are inferior to others.
If you accept both of those things you should have nothing to worry about.
Everyone is a mortal. You may be inferior to them for the next 50 years or so, but when all is said and done we are all just piles of bosons and fermions.
In the eyes of death, all are equal.
>red pill theory
>actually believing that trash
>le reddit red pille mmemee
i remember why i dont come to r9k now
normie out. suck my dick NEETs
These two for me. That and comprehending being a part of something arguably infinite. I thought the world would have some truth or make some sense but the deeper you dig the less it seems so. It's weird though because we've technically always known these things with the simple "why" game as a kid