Is there anything in human life that isn't pointless nonsense?
- Anonymous2 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Sincerely answer is no.
Human life is indeed pointless nonsense sadly but however life and this vary between each individual human; life is as you see it.
Meaning however you want to see and live life that is reality of however that life is that you want it to be. (it can not be fully explain because it is not words to say but by feeling?). The only way one can truly understand is when/if big if you ever get that mindset within your brain.
No i am not talking spiritually.Source(s): However you see life that is reality whether it is reality to you or a fantasy that seem like to other when it is not doesn't make you crazy but free is how one can be happy in life,
- 2 weeks ago
Pursuing meaningful things instead of expedient things. That differs from person to person, which also makes in innately meaningful. An example-transcend yourself, like getting married.
- giginotgigiLv 72 weeks ago
That is the life itself. Within the period of life, you are freely to investigate and earning treasure in your experience. Those training are benefiting your life after death.
- 2 weeks ago
Science and physics are worth the trouble of studying
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- ShahidLv 72 weeks ago
Asking this question is not pointless. Your thinking about life, the world, and your purpose in all this is not pointless. An intelligent could be digging his or her own grave, quite intelligently, getting by crook methods, like someone trying to make a living through stealing. One could lie quite intelligently, but lying itself is pointless, because a lie is not truth – if something is not true then it is pointless.
The intelligent mind becomes wise when it is critically of its own intelligence. An intelligent person becomes wise when the person uses that intelligence to examine his or her own conduct and behaviour. A critical mind, the mind that question the nature, the merit, the verity of what it observes is not pointless – it is invaluable.
The fact is where our ‘brilliant’ intelligence has pushed us to edge of impending disaster, the environmental catastrophe, climatic nightmare looming upon the horizon. The critical mind, the same mind that made you ask this question, might be our saviour. Some sixty years ago we were like we were intelligently sleeping, mass producing clever stuff, engines, cars, and the lot, working to build the ‘brave new world’ where science and technology has solved all problems.
Now, we stand astounded and look around in fear, as the planet is heating up, polar ice is disappearing, oceans are polluted with plastic, and the atmosphere is chocked up with green gases. A truly intelligent mind always questions the motives behind its actions; it always tries to see a point in its inclination and pursuits.
- John PLv 72 weeks ago
I cannot 'bear' to think about it.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
No. And if you’re well-adjusted, you’re actually totally insane. So celebrate non conformity
- j153eLv 73 weeks ago
Godly is/has/gives purposes. Simply-human-life is meaningful a la Sartre or Nietzsche (maximize your positives): the Child and the childish.
The Great Divorce;
The Path of the Higher Self;
Beams from Meher Baba;
Autobiography of a Yogi;
Answers, by Mother Meera; https://www.mothermeera.com/
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Yes. A bag of decently priced pistachios.
- 3 weeks ago
For me yeah everything. For some ingrates, nothing matters except them and their co-whores!
- Josh AlfredLv 53 weeks ago
A point? Ecological reservation by collective intention, instead of ecocide created by the elite and the political parties that deny climate change. Read "How to save a planet?"
That polar bear had a much needed break that would slowly melt underneath him, throwing him once again into the perpetual behavior of treading water, till death. We are coming close to being such a doomed animal species.