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No, it's not fair, but we all have to deal with it.2
No, it's not fair, but we all have to deal with it.
No, of course it is not fair. We all go through things that we would never want or ask for because they're difficult, depressing, annoying, etc... Some have it better than others, of course, so the level of fairness varies from person to person.
No because ultimately we all will die regardless of what we do or do not do. I'm not sure that was even fair before I was brought to this world and reality.
We can't pick and choose exactly how or what we will be born as or be created as. If we could completely pick and choose then wouldn't that be so much more fairer? If not guaranteed.
Sometimes I just really really wish I could have started off as some 'entirely different being' other than just being another 'mere mortal human being'. Wished that I had been designed or created consisting of completely or nearly indestructible matter (physical or otherwise), entirely immune to aging, death, suffering; both physical and emotional pain and suffering, all possible illnesses, and/or even any form of hardships and so on, with Absolutely NO maintenance whatsoever unlike the current Biological Prison of Flesh that I have and is in.
Rather be something that is pretty much guaranteed to last eternally for as long as until if the Universe ever actually does collapse on itself or something.
That and along with the ability to teleport just about anywhere and anytime, super-intelligent, super-fast, super-strong, able to read minds with little to no real weaknesses anywhere, if necessary anyway.
And to be fair, if I was or had started off that way I'd choose to be a "completely neutral" being forever (no point of arguing or fighting with or against anyone or anything else if I would never ever die anyway) residing on a far away galaxy or planet in some unknown and virtually reachable sector by anyone and/or anything else unless I think I should invite them there with any questions I may still have left. I haven't forgotten about boredom, but I figured if pain and suffering would not be possible for such an existence like that then neither can boredom exist, and maybe same goes for all and any supposed "good" or "pleasurable" feelings, meaning I would have never known about them.
No not really , but to some extent you make it more or less by ones choices , so it can be improved upon
Life just is. Words like fair or unfair don't even apply to it.
I suppose that the closest thing to fair is that life and nature are in balance. Things live and things die. It's all part of something bigger. It balances itself.
I used to think it wasn't, but now I believe that everything that happens in life, is a result of your actions, therefore, yes, life is fair, cause you create your own life, so if something's unfair it's not life, but you.
Life isn't fair because each and everyone of us will go through trials and tribulations that we never asked or and did not deserve.
Sh*t happens. Some good, some bad.
Then you die.
What's important is that you make the most with what you've got, and not concern yourself with what others have or haven't got..
Life just is. Fair is a human concept.
Hmm, let me see what bullshit I can think of...
Life in general isn't fair because we get shit we didn't ask for, though sometimes it is fair because we get shit we did ask for.
What life isn't though, it's just. Life does not go by the principle of retaliation just because of how random it is. That from a macro perspective. If we go into specifics for example, just look at the laws made by men. Those laws are not just, they don't punish nor defend how they "are supposed" to do (eye for an eye). In the end, we can make our own justice by our actions and our words (if you are a comic book fan think of Rorschach from Watchmen).
There is a quote from Thomas Jefferson "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so."
Obligated because sometimes we are forced to execute justice and, in some cases, fairness. We have to since laws (and life general circumstances) do not care to do it on its own.
Life is fairer for people in 1st world countries.
Its not fair how everyone starts differently at a young age depending on family wealth, success and cultural standing. And up until a certain age you are living with what you wear dealt with. But when you hit a certain age, say early teens that's when it is all down to what you do and decide. And that is at the point where you can't say life isn't fair, because after that certain age what you do will effect your life and not down to luck or fairness.
So what I'm trying to say is that at the start its not fair how people are brought into life in different ways with different circumstances. But once you hit the age to determine your own life, its all down to you and how you play your cards.
If life was fair, there would be no Syrian refugees or world hunger.
I know that life isn't fair
Nope! But you better get used to it lol
Occurances within your lifetime may not be fair. Life itself is a gift.
Most definitely not.
Not at all.
Life is not about being fair or not. It's about living it as much as you can
World is not fair
Absolutely no fair. What did one do to deserve being born prettier or smarter? Nothing, just a lottery.
We were born as slightly evolved apes, of course life isn't fair. It's my belief that there is something greater out there, whether it's advanced alien life or whatever, so I always get caught up with the fact that I live in a world with people who rape and murder their own kind. I live in a world where people talk equality but act superior. I live in a world where we poison our air, water and food, all to make some numerical value to buy back the poisoned food, water and air. I live in a world where life in general, not just human, is valued less than the lifeless objects we strive to obtain. We are divided when we should be united and we are oppressed when we should be lifted up. It just sucks because I understand what needs to happen for us to advance as a species but the rest of the world is too caught up in their own selfish desires. But this is just one man's opinion and one that unfortunately doesn't hold any value to the world I live in.
at first no but when you get your first blow job...
everything is fair..
life is amazing
the worlds an amazing place..
Next to nothing in life is fair. It's all about luck. Either you get the raw end of the stick or you don't. No amount of merit will change that.
The concept of fair doesn't apply to real life. The only fair in life is a place where pigs are judged.
No 😔😥 I stopped believing that life is fair when I waswas just 6 years old 😕 I would like to think that life is fair and everything happens for a reason (sounds nice, doesn't it?) but my life experiences have proven me otherwise 💔😖 That being said, I love life anyways and am thankful for everything I have 💖🌸 These bad/unfair experiences help you grow and appreciate the good things about life 🌷
Nope, I don't think so...
No not at all
I forgot where I heard "life is fair, it fucks everybody over" but it's true.
I'm surprised every female has said no so far.
not do surprised most guys are saying no though.