I default to sarcasm
- Oct 11, 2006
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I've yet to figure out what makes existence this thing we should maintain; something we should fight for no matter what.
As with most everything, humans have a bias towards things we partake in. If you like to fish, then you see nothing wrong with it. If she likes her coffee black w/no sugar, then she thinks that's the best way to drink coffee.
Because we live life - we inflate the importance of it. Because life is ours, we can't look at it objectively. Like not being able to call your own kids ugly or dumb, but being able to make remarks about someone else's kids with ease.
Of the 100 billion 'existences' that have roamed this earth, there's no way most of those lives were special, sacred, precious or worth living. What are the odds of 100 billion anything being alike? 50 billion? 10 billion?
It's like 100 billion blades of grass. Tell yourself each one is special and precious and shouldn't be cut. But what would be the point of saying that?