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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Don Mare, Jul 30, 2021.
Keith Richards wrote the book!!
This is not really a “Senior” answer.
I could pretty much give a ^#^* these days.
I still got it, but I’m not going out of my way to get it.
Live once, die twice...
Life. That pathway between birth and death
John Lennon said it, all you need is love.
If we keep love in our words and actions, and watch for the love that comes to us through the people we meet and the things we do--that's it.
There's no meaning, you have to find your own meaning.
life is about what happens next. I guess it is like sleeping except for the alarm clock waking you up.
life is how well you handle plan B
Life isn’t “about” anything. It’s a pointlessly self-perpetuating phenomenon, the weirdest thing I could ever imagine, and to be enjoyed as best one possibly can – but don’t expect the good times to be constant because they’re good only in relation to the bad times. And try to keep in mind that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with “doing nothing” if it takes your fancy
“The literal meaning of life is whatever you're doing that prevents you from killing yourself.”
― Albert Camus
Enjoy your moment in time for that's all you got. Once you reach the last 10 seconds of that moment, enjoy it evev more.
Life is about children, that's all that matters, if for some reason we couldn't have children, there is simply no point in continuing with anything.
If you haven't read this yet--it's a good one. Very small, well written, and entertaining too.
A cup of coffee
A Fender Heavy pick
Keeping your toenails clipped
A full tank of gas
If you are not living authentically, then you are not living.
As an authentic nihilistic existentialist, everyone is living every moment as if it is their last … because it just might be.
Keeping life simple. I like that.