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    "Hello, babies. Welcome to Earth. It's hot in the summer and cold in the winter. It's round and wet and crowded. At the outside, babies, you've got about a hundred years here. There's only one rule that I know of, babies—God damn it, you've got to be kind."
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    Quote Originally Posted by graycolor View Post
    I ask the moderators don't remove this, it kind of deals with art, I guess. It's deals with the art of living. I wanted to know what some of you think.


    How should one live their life?
    Philosophers have been breaking their heads over the question for three thousand years and they still haven't come up with any definite answer. Personally, I find that I am happiest when I do not allow the question to bother me at all. I live the way I damn well please with the proviso that it doesn't infringe on the right of others to do the same, and that way we can all live in peace. I don't see why the question requires any more thought than that.
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    With no regrets mate.
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    The thread starter did not give constraints to his objective question, so the answer can be anything. Also, the verb live is ambiguous. It is like asking, how many degrees of movement do you have?
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    Fizzelozefy i spent a few years studying while was young. which IMP is like handing teen a gun or a drunk the key's to a car...i'm drunk by they way!

    HOW SHOULD ONE LIVE THERE LIFE? is a philosophical moot point. are you asking us the online population, or yourself?
    if your looking for an answer from an outside source (the internet) take what you need and leave the rest behind...other people are not you. asking them a question like that is as usefull as picking the perfect egg (ideas) in a crate! there generally oval and wiegh the same!!!!
    HOW DO I LIVE MY LIFE? what has worked for others might not work for you. and then it becomes an issue of religion gender and wealth. the logical answer is HOW YOU CHOOSE TO!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlightedArt View Post
    With no regrets mate.
    I always wondered how people do that. I mean if you do a stupid thing that makes your life a fucking mess, you will regret that. Or if you acidentally drop a baby or something you should feel some sort of regret...
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    Lady Medusa: Living with no regrets, in my opinion, doesn't mean you live without GETTING regrets. Instead I reckon it's when you die without any because you've gone out of the way to rectify or fix things you've regretted doing in the past.
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    I try and live life without too many expectations, and I do tend to be pleasantly surprised quite alot.
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