What is the point

1 Name: Anonymous : 2014-01-11 11:45
My threads mostly get ignored, but for you that you are reading, can you tell me why you're alive? What is the point of seeing the light of tomorrow? You have someone? Are you successful? Everything is gonna end either way, and the least you have, the easier it is to say goodbye. If you have bonds in this life you'll just be scared of death, and that will come for everybody. So why the fuck are you even alive, and haven't planned your suicide yet.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2014-01-12 20:30
I'm alive because I want to have fun in my life and eventually have children that can live out their lives. My partner is asleep on the bed in the lounge room and we recently moved to a house and out of our tiny apartment. I've failed 2 years of uni and I'm turning 21 in May, I'm giving it one more go with doing Nursing Science and if that fails I think I'll just live for a while.

Oh sure everything ends but that's the point of life, to make yourself and others happy and to just live life. I try to look at death as a blissful release, if there is an afterlife I hope to whatever God there is that I'll get to see all my family again and I hope that anyone I leave behind will know I want them to just live their lives happily.

Only time I wanted to kill myself was age 13 when my mother told me she didn't love me. I'd lost my father (her husband) 2 years before and she was my only lifeline with me being so young and she was in so much pain and I was being a brat that she just shouted it in my face when I yelled it at her first. I know I would have killed myself but I didn't have the means. I'm glad I didn't. My relationship with my parents is getting stronger every day, my partner and I are buying a kitten soon and I can't wait to have another go at uni and live out my life.

Hope that was a good read OP haha.
3 Name: Anonymous : 2014-01-14 07:47
I'm alive because I enjoy life. What is more exciting then not knowing what will happen? Sure I don't know what happens when I die but for right now I have my own house, Fiance, and a pretty decent job. I would much rather wake up and wonder what today will bring.

Are some days just so awful? yes but those days can't last forever and after those moments the great days just feel even better.
4 Name: Anonymous OP : 2014-01-15 23:31
And by the way, please, state out a better point than "I have a girl" or "I have a family". Because both relationships and friendship are just a human need and nobody's special. Anyone can be with anyone, anyone can break up and anyone can forge new friendships and relationships. Bonds are fake and superficial. You are not unreplaceable
5 Name: Anonymous : 2014-01-17 17:16
Isn't the word: irreplaceable not unreplaceable?

I live to have fun more or less, I like making myself happy and I'm learning how to make my partner happy every day, it's rewarding on both parts. I love to read and learn new things and as for me being irreplaceable yeah I kinda am. I'm the only living child of my father's DNA as for partner wise, I know he'd die for me, he loves to make me happy and he helps me live my life.

OP why don't you tell us more about yourself? Can you answer you own questions for us please?
6 Name: Anonymous : 2014-01-22 20:11
Life is meaningless. But why do you think this is a bad thing? Would you prefer to have some arbitrary prescribed meaning handed down from a higher power? Life is valuable because it is brief. If you have played a game with godmode on, you know it quickly loses its thrill.

Forget about where it's all going. You say life doesn't matter? Odds are that humanity will not be around forever. There will likely be a time where no more humans exist. Why should this bother you? Just dig whatever you have right now. If there is something you enjoy doing, do more of that. Not because you are trying to get somewhere, or become something. The destination is not the point. A dance or a piece of music is enjoyed as it is played.