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Unselfish philosophy

Postby lordoflight » Wed Dec 26, 2018 6:57 pm

I think about living an unfulfilled life a lot and living an unsatisfied life where I never accomplish my dreams. And reincarnating as an "average" person, an ignoramus, never knowing higher philosophy, like my whole life was in vain and for nothing, at total waste as if nothing i did ever mattered at all.

So I think about what it means to be "average", and I think it boils down to ingratitude. For instance I'd give anything to be an upperclass white girl, but say I am born and reincarnate as an upperclass white girl...I'd be raised in ignorance, completely ungrateful for my existence, forgetting all memory of what I would be grateful for, it's depressing and cold.

And what if I reincarnate as an upperclass white boy? I'd be depressed as fuck, raised to be a cuck, taught to be an SJW and constantly in fear of going to prison for violence. Or worse, raised religious and die in ignorance.


So I think philosophy is to teach, unselfishly, other minds and instruct them in the ways of philosophy, in order to fight mediocrity and ignorance.
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Re: Unselfish philosophy

Postby Mr Reasonable » Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:12 am

You think that people's psychology is predominantly defined by their economic status and race?
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Re: Unselfish philosophy

Postby The Eternal Warrior » Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:28 pm

lordoflight wrote:I think about living an unfulfilled life a lot and living an unsatisfied life where I never accomplish my dreams. And reincarnating as an "average" person, an ignoramus, never knowing higher philosophy, like my whole life was in vain and for nothing, at total waste as if nothing i did ever mattered at all.

So I think about what it means to be "average", and I think it boils down to ingratitude. For instance I'd give anything to be an upperclass white girl, but say I am born and reincarnate as an upperclass white girl...I'd be raised in ignorance, completely ungrateful for my existence, forgetting all memory of what I would be grateful for, it's depressing and cold.

And what if I reincarnate as an upperclass white boy? I'd be depressed as fuck, raised to be a cuck, taught to be an SJW and constantly in fear of going to prison for violence. Or worse, raised religious and die in ignorance.


So I think philosophy is to teach, unselfishly, other minds and instruct them in the ways of philosophy, in order to fight mediocrity and ignorance.


Have you ever had a moment in life where you had to start over completely from scratch? Throw sentimentality out the window and start over with nothing but muscle memory guiding the way? It's kind of like that.
(Reality isn't so kind. Everything doesn't work out the way you want it to. That's why...) As long as you don’t get your hopes up, you can take anything... You feel less pain.

(Right and wrong are not what separate us and our enemies. It's our different standpoints, our perspectives that separate us. Both sides blame one another. There's no good or bad side. Just two sides holding different views.)

What do you think? To tell you the truth... I worry too much about what others think of me. I hate that side of me... That's why I didn't want anyone to get to know me. I wanted to hide that side of myself. I hate it.
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