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Invisiblespud
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random rambling
    #1182096 - 12/31/02 07:07 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

im kinda depressed/pissed right now so i felt id just share some of my feelings for right now. why does it seem for me that for almost anything that can bring you a certain amount of happiness can also bring an equal amount od sadness. i realised this in love recently. as great as having a gf can be, it can be just as depressing. does this have to exist to create a balance? perhaps true happiness is impossible because it is unbalanced. can anything always be pleasurable and good and never have any negatives? why it one day i can seem on top of the world and everything is going my way and then a few hrs later suddenly the world comes falling down and everything in life seems horrible. may sound like im bi polar but i dont believe i am. i would go on but i dont feel great right now so im just gonna shut up.


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Re: random rambling [Re: spud]
    #1182759 - 01/01/03 11:03 AM (15 years, 4 months ago)

ive thought of this many times and tried to find something that was all good without any effects. It's impossible, unless i havent thought hard enough. The most unbalanced thing i came up with on the "Good" side was wacking off, lol.


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Re: random rambling [Re: spud]
    #1183837 - 01/02/03 02:15 AM (15 years, 4 months ago)

Happiness is not something constant, it is formed of separate moments in time. I do believe that there must be a balance between good times and bad, of course you can choose to have only bad times, but you can never choose to have only good times. Maybe it's a cosmic balance thing, if you are allways miserable, maybe you will make somebody happy...

Ah, hell, what do I know about happiness?...


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