>aliens hate us and want us to suffer
>reptilians hate us and want us to suffer
>government hates us and wants us to suffer
>demons hate us and want us to suffer
>the ego hates us and wants us to suffer
>the system hates us and wants us to suffer
>nature doesn't seem too fond of us either
>fucking vibrational shift on it's way thats gonna make everything worse for everyday folk
What is this; multi-dimensional pacman?
Have fun with a mundane, consumerist existence
I love when silly people assume shit. Are you sending these replies via freegan wifi you wired with hemp wires through a tree? No? So you're a consumer using a service brought to you by a company? Nevermind the phone/computer/tablet you're using. How's it feel being a consumer?
>He can't tell the difference between 'wanting' and 'using'
You're still consuming. You gave money. You're "feeding the beast" or whatever silly bullshit that you're buying that someone sold you.
Through suffering we gain insight, perspective and experience. Suffering is part of the path to knowing, the other part is the resolve to overcome it.
All there is to the world you see is suffering, because you are weak willed and do not have the resolve to fight for something better.
Anyways we like our suffering and the thing we suffer from that we are not giving it up that easily, that creates even more suffering and then you suffer from not wanting to suffer anymore. How sad wanting to be happy can become ?
did you know?
consumerist and consumer are actually two different words. Whoa! And did you know they mean two different things? Wooooow! And since you don't understand these words apparently, maybe don't use them in an arguments? Because you'll sound like an idiot.
just for fun:
>Full Definition of consumerism. 1 : the promotion of the consumer's interests. 2 : the theory that an increasing consumption of goods is economically desirable; also : a preoccupation with and an inclination toward the buying of consumer goods.
just so we're clear, a person who buys something like a laptop or internet access is not necessarily consumerist. Knowledge is power :)
Mmmm tastes good
I love grief and despair
wisdom from buddha:
suffering is inherent in the nature of things due to impermanence; nothing is permanent, therefore everything we cling to changes, fades away, turns often for the worse, including what we consider 'ourselves'. in youth, in health, we prosper and enjoy, but in the inevitable process of aging, we lose our powers and look back on youth as like a dream. ensnared as we are by an interminable craving for pleasure wherever we can get it, we continually perpetuate our own suffering by engaging in pleasures and become attached to them. the ancient buddhists saw life as nothing but ill, worth escaping from by attaining nirvana, which implies the fading away of the will to be.
"to be or not to be, that is the question", as shakespeare wrote in macbeth. may it be that we will our own suffering by generating repeated existence via craving? that death is not the end but merely a transition to the next body as we wander endlessly through samsara. in an impermanent world, what permanent happiness can we find? thus the buddha led many to extinction.
it seems to me that the real problem of life, when you really come down to it, is your fundamental attitude and approach towards existence. is it a boon or a curse? would you like to have children who have suffered for long like you, perhaps even more, because of the few good moments? or would you rather die out and not create new beings of your kind just to suffer senselessly, without purpose, without meaning? lots of intellectuals struggled and struggle to this day over buddhist logic about existence but what if thinkers like nietzsche went insane, not from disease, but from failing in their personal fight against buddha? by affirming life, criticizing the buddhists as pallid enemies of life, yet aging himself unto death, finally perceiving with the crystal clear vision of a buddha, the impermanence and therefore the futility of all things and supreme logic of attaining nirvana?