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I often find myself desperately searching for the definition of life What the hell I am looking at through stereovision and black frames Its hard to believe I was once microscopic once ceased to exist and eventually will not exist Its hard to come to terms with the fact that unless I do something paramount make a dent in the universe I will be forgotten Would it matter if I heard the click of a gun pressed against my head Would anybody ever know that I existed Should I lead a life of fun and games or should I try to cure cancer I dont know if life is funny but its indefinable We do so much to distract ourselves that we never really take the time to think about what life really is We are merely animals hurtling through a rock in space acting on our primal instinct to copulate with one another and produce offspring If you really think about it the majority of us aspire to do nothing more than reproduce Sure we want to have a dog an attractive spouse large amounts of money but what I dont think we realize is that it centers on extending our own life via our children Primal instincts Call it what you will Ive got it extremely well when compared to the other 90 of the world yet I constantly find something to be upset about Whether its a late assignment this one for instance something I regret saying or my sub par English grade These things are all trivial but I get the feeling that its my nature to always have something to complain about I love complaining whining bitching moaning faultfinding nit picking carping grousing I could go on for hours I see most of my peers doing the same so I would have to say its a trend - in teenagers at least Why all the dissatisfaction with our lives Why
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