What’s the point?


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    1. I completely agree with you. Planning ahead always motivates us to strive harder. Making realistic plans are sensible.

      And, thank you so much for the nomination. Really appreciate it and humbled. πŸ’œπŸŒΈ

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  1. Great poem, made me ponder. I think the point is there’s more outside of ourselves: more people beyond us, more time beyond our lifespan, more intelligence, goodness, and strength beyond humanity, but we each do our part to make things better or worse.

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    1. Thank you Priscilla for really putting this out in the truest sense possible.
      There is always a greater purpose that we probably are fulfilling sans our knowledge.
      Thank you for taking the time out to read. Keep shining πŸ’œ

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  2. I stopped thinking about “the point” because it drains my energy and puts me in a dark, dark spot that scares me. to me, it is all random and there is no point – I accept it and try to live with it, enjoying the perfect moments here and there, that seem to be harder to find as years go by. I hope you can find peace in the “no point” scenario, because the alternative is very painful…. but no matter what, your post is touching and beautiful

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    1. I resonate so well with your words. It makes me feel socially inept and definitely there are dark days. It’s a malaise really.
      We all are making our peace and I hope you are too!

      Thanks so much for dropping in… much love πŸ’œπŸŒΈ

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