A question that needs 5 answers from 4 different people

  1. Stump Parrish profile image59
    Stump Parrishposted 7 years ago

    A question that needs 5 answers from 4 different people

    Is having no goals or desires a good thing or bad? The best of all worlds is to die just as I see what's over the next hill. Is this a realistic approach to life and if not, why? I am looking for a good place to die and some cool people to hang with until that day at 4:20 pm. Is peace really worth all the war and killing most people think it requires? Do you believe that you are a decent human?. Fighting homosexuality to save homosexuals from themselves doesn't count. It simply proves you are so wrapped up in the need to hate that you dont realize it is you that is the problem.

  2. Cindy2011 profile image57
    Cindy2011posted 7 years ago

    Slow down, you're on the wrong road. We are all decent people, you included.

    Everyday is another opportunity to make amends and to start again at anything.

    If all seems hopeless, give yourself time to not think about you or your surroundings. Go find a place to give of yourself, it will give you a chance to focus on others who desperately need the time of volunteers.

    Peace is never felt, in this world or the next if you're unhappy. You need to mend the internal pains, don't run away from them. Death is not an answer, it is a gateway we're not to open until we've completed all we were placed on this earth to do. To cheat yourself of these goals and to rush the gateway, you may never have the opportunity to reverse the consequences.

    Slow down friend, find good friends, find a place to give of yourself - don't waste life, it is far too precious. You have much to give, allow yourself too.

  3. JON EWALL profile image73
    JON EWALLposted 7 years ago


    It is best to be silent for someone to think you are a fool than

    to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

    A fool  according to Webster    A SILLY PERSON