When you are all alone what do you tell yourself?
Most Helpful Guy
Depends on what I'm thinking of at the time. So many thoughts go through my head during the day, alone or in a group, that I can't say just one thing I think of at any given time. Usually, though, it's sexual thought because I'm a sexual horn dog. But I often think about the future, either my future, or of the future of the world and what lied beyond our existence. Sometimes I look at the people that are around and think to myself, at some point, we are all going to die. Like what really is the purpose of achieving a better life, or a mass amount of wealth. A bigger better house, more cars, etc. I do see the value in keeping our environment optimal to sustain life because humans as a whole I don't think will become extinct any time soon or any time close to when I'm gone, so for our children's children's children, we should keep it going and show the future generations the same. Amassing wealth is fun and all, but money is another tool and what are you going to do with it when you're gone? Also, does it really matter if someone remembers you or praises you or that you exist in memory? If you think about it, it's nice and all, but you don't come back (at least I'm not sure of this as of yet). Or, it doesn't improve the existence we live in presently in a tangible sense. I don't believe we have a purpose, per say. I think we do have an obligation to live up to our potential. For some odd reason we put a monetary value on this, instead of we should expect this of ourselves and not expect a reward. I also think we have to be a very young species (humans). In every way. I mean how old is the universe? How vast is the universe? We use time and speed to try and fathom these two truths, but can't comprehend it at all as of yet. We haven't even really space traveled yet. How stupid are we? Then again it might not be a stupidity thing, but more of as closed minded and arrogance of ourselves. Our great scientists insist that the formulas and scientific theories we have proven thus far, to our limited human abilities of reasoning, are for sure constants and can not be any different. I believe this is true for our limited knowledge of the universe and how it works. But there must be outside truths that we can't comprehend as of yet to be able to break our bond with what we know now and be able to do INCREDIBLE things that other beings I'm sure do on a daily basis. This is because there must be more advanced beings in this universe.
Well... A bit of what I think of.0
Most Helpful Girl
I think "where has the time gone? I still have more to do than I'll have time for."
I think "no person really understands me and yet a few people might actually love me and I'm grateful for that."
I think "I'm doing pretty good so far but I can do better."1