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I realized learning was meaningless by Ernest Sottingkat - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 06:53:11 EST ID:LP7sXigx No.515562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Because life is giving you directions but it doesn't seem to change the current situation to a positive if life is just what it is. An experience. Women I had love for turned away. But that's not the problem. The problem is I practice doing things and learning but what is it all for? It seems like we're aliens. Maybe it's all an illusion?
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Matilda Bupperstat - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 07:46:32 EST ID:35+jbzpY No.515563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
We learn because we can't help it. Sometimes we mean to learn, but at all times we will never cease to learn. Contemplation of what is learned will lead to ambiguous conclusion, always.
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Phyllis Pittwater - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 08:12:40 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.515565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515562
I don't think your argument is a good one. You can definitely use knowledge to turn things in your favor. You use things you've learned to make your life better and to survive. It's impossible to live on your own without it. You're just bummed you can't control everything in the universe.
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Ebenezer Trotfuck - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 12:15:00 EST ID:CfonqoA0 No.515567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The dirt had a dream it could see, hear, smell, feel, and taste.
It wandered in this dream for what seemed like an eternity.
Then the dream ended and the dirt awoke to nothing.
The dream was lost forever and the dirt never dreamed again.
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Edward Biggleway - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 19:08:22 EST ID:qgSlhkvl No.515573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515562
You are damn close to the truth OP.
Do not doubt how you feel
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George Buzzridge - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 20:37:53 EST ID:jPpWgI0N No.515576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515562
Don't try to change the world. It's hard. Instead try to change yourself. That's at least doable. It's not easy but it's easier than changing the world. LSD will help with de/re programming. Pick your personality well. You can literally be whoever you want. You just have to want it.
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Walter Braddletat - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 22:54:14 EST ID:zPu+Cn1i No.515580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515565

I'm with this guy. The mind is plastic in its ability to develop and use its neuronal activity for different functions. This is developed through a process of learning. Learning builds on intelligence. Without intelligence you have less agency in this world. . A woman may not be the issue but it seems to have provoked this thought and the subsequent mentality you're speaking of. Is there an event that has triggered this, and if so, how much do you see that as truth you can trust? It may be safest to see purpose as relative from one to another. If you feel no meaning in your development of intellect, define one.
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Jenny Cumblewit - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 10:10:26 EST ID:yUhAjzvV No.515597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515562
If learning was a pointless endeavor you wouldn't be able to read the responses in this thread, be able to write out your OP, or comprehend how a computer or the internet works. Hell, you wouldn't even be able to speak or understand language and communicate with others to get help or make yourself feel better. You're just being hyper-emotional about something that happened to you.
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Albert Nickledale - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:20:05 EST ID:qgSlhkvl No.515616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515597
Your logic applied universally means nothing is pointless
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Shitting Bishwill - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 16:02:48 EST ID:YtpWG7m7 No.515630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel that OP. It seems like the more we learn, the deeper the hole gets. You learn one things to help you in one situation, then another situation rises forcing you to learn something new. Perpetually, till we die. I'm like, well great. Still feel a general net loss in joy for life.
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Shitting Bishwill - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 16:08:54 EST ID:YtpWG7m7 No.515631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515597

great, but what are all those things for in the end?
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Phineas Gazzleway - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 21:11:43 EST ID:pCPQRsXK No.515637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You secretly save those directions for when they are applicable or make sense.

Secretly your becoming resourceful.

And that's basically anthropomorphically the equivalent of a squirell.
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Cyril Clamblecocke - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 22:35:26 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.515640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515631
For this.

Neat, innit?
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Charles Nambleham - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 22:41:39 EST ID:yUhAjzvV No.515641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515631
Do I really have to explain to you why people do things at all? Nobody does things because what they're going to mean for them once they're dead, because they'll be dead. People do things for how they're going to affect them in the present and the foreseeable future. Unless suffering or tediously going through the motions of living in endless boredom sounds like something you're interested in, you have to take steps to make sure that isn't what your current and future existence leads to. Was it really necessary for me to spell something that obvious out to you?


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