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money?
well-being as in mental health or physical health?
family?
time?

what are the things that we should directly strive for since the insignificant things can be a waste of time?

i see life as a continual learning process. by spending time on insignificant things that we partake unwittingly, we learn what is actually significant. sometimes the things we think are significant ultimately end up being insignificant in the long run.

i definitely think time is very important. spending time on stupid stuff is such a waste of energy in hindsight.
 
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For me, mental/psychological well being, and physical well-being are the utmost important things for me personally to strive to improve on, day by day. Obtaining health in all areas of the body and mind is what keeps me going.

I mainly live to feel emotions within me that I like. That make me feel at peace, relaxed, happy, and energized. But the quality time spent with family and friends is also very important, and enjoyed more with good mental/psychological and physical health.
 
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healthy body and mind, if you got lucky genes with that then even better
 
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Anime. Something something 30 characters.

Nah for real, I think there's no purpose to life (other than the biological purpose of reproducing) so the point is just to do whatever you want and make the most out of your time here.
 
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Feeling good about yourself, physically and mentally. And the great people you get to know through your life, be them family, friends, or random strangers you spend a little time with.
 
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Nothing in life really matters. There’s no meaning or purpose to anything unless we give it to stuff. But, since we’re all on this crazy ride called life, we might as well make the most of it.
 
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For me the most important thing in life is what you accomplish in your life.
p0ckyy said:

i definitely think time is very important. spending time on stupid stuff is such a waste of energy in hindsight.

For example anime.
You must remember that in a conflict there are at least two opposing sides.
 
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As always p0ckyy, I am blown away by yet another enlightening thread that probes the most esoteric 5th grade social studies questions.
"They say people don't believe in heroes anymore. Well, damn them! You and me, we're gonna give them back their heroes."


 
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According to Gin from "Gintama", it's love:


 
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Friendship is what matters the most in life
 
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playing as much video games, watching as much anime as i can.
 
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What truly matters is that which you neglect in your life the most.

 
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Flevalt said:
What truly matters is that which you neglect in your life the most.


You mean finishing your backlog when you can't stop rewatching old stuff?
 
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Not being completely screwed over by another human being...

Your all young so you haven't learned it yet but once you do you'll find that's how you will all be
spending all of your time.
 
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I'd say family. And no, I am not currently in a gang. Though that would be pretty sweet. Doing crimes and stuff. Yeah, I advocate crimes*, what of it?

*Not really though, because crimes 'r' bad ;)

I don't even know
I don't even
 
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number and quality of different kinds of relationships. how well you can maintain them and how well you can have consistent connections that are overall good.
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nothing xddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd

a cartoon for geniuses called rick and morty taught me this
 
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Dunno. Though going to extremes to find out is one road that is not meant to be taken to figure out the answer by all.
 
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There is only one thing that matters in life... Size matters...




 
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Why would "well being" be what matters most in life? Then you're just existing for the sake of existing. Should go for something a little more ambitious than that.

I'd say of all things, your family matters the most. I don't care if a bunch of acquaintances think badly of me, the only thing that really matters is the people close to me.
 
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hating life is what matters most in life
 
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iasuru said:
hating life is what matters most in life
Ouch! You almost took my finger off with that edge
 
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iasuru said:
hating life is what matters most in life


What if you hate life because you're fat? Have you achieved nirvana in that case?
 
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All that matters in life is your ability to enjoy it. Whether that be money, friends, grand ambitions, or just being alive are all suitable answers
 
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Ryuk9428 said:
iasuru said:
hating life is what matters most in life


What if you hate life because you're fat? Have you achieved nirvana in that case?


That's good. That means that I would be more inclined to take care of my health and work out to lose weight. I love hating life.
 
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The fact that you live, that's matters the most. The second is your health.
 
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i change my mind as Stan Lee says luck is the greatest power so that is the most important thing in life, especially today where social mobility is much harder and getting worse so hardwork and intelligence are not enough
 
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What matters is what kind of person you choose to become and what you do for others.
 
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Being content. That is what truly matters.
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traed said:
What matters is what kind of person you choose to become and what you do for others.


you don't choose anything, life does that for you.
 
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romance matters

everything else is garbage

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still need a waifu btw

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what truly matters in life is sharing it
lots of music -

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I'd say, Being happy with your own self


"𝘐𝘵'𝘴 𝘯𝘰𝘵 𝘣𝘢𝘥 𝘵𝘰 𝘥𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘮. 𝘉𝘶𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘢𝘭𝘴𝘰 𝘩𝘢𝘷𝘦 𝘵𝘰 𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘴𝘪𝘥𝘦𝘳 𝘸𝘩𝘢𝘵'𝘴 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘪𝘤."
 
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Your happiness, your effect on the happiness of those who you interact with, and making a positive difference rather than a negative difference to the world as a whole.
 
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health
good family relationships
income enough to cover basic needs (including entertainment, yes, it is a basic need, otherwise why living at all)
living in a socially stable, civilized country
also environmentally clean

friendships are overrated.
 
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probably "mental health" in a manner...

I mean if I would be satisfied, at ease and purely enjoy my life in general.. it would be a good life.
 
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browner said:
traed said:
What matters is what kind of person you choose to become and what you do for others.


you don't choose anything, life does that for you.

You still have some degree of free will.
 
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Money rules my thoughts mostly these days as i've gotten older i'm actually going back to college this year to try start a new career

When i was younger i was chasing love no matter the consequences and that kinda of screwed me up financially and emotionally.

 
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What truly matters is nothing, just do whatever you want, having a purpose in life isnt a responsibility that you need to do or find nor is it a need.
 
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At least to me, the most important things in life is staying mentally and physically healthy, helping others, and being useful to society. In that order.
 
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traed said:
browner said:


you don't choose anything, life does that for you.

You still have some degree of free will.


you are just a biological computer, all your calculations are based on past events.
 
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browner said:
traed said:

You still have some degree of free will.


you are just a biological computer, all your calculations are based on previews events.

It's just not that simple though....
 
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as long as i exist everything matters and i would value my own well being the most over others
after me myself its family, then my friends
material wellbeing matters too and i put them inbetween friends and family since its essential for me to be happy and feel secure on top of it my health is taken into account as well
at the last of the line of my primary list its my personal goals
 
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Being happy. I live by my own words," I'm here for a good time not a long time." So I just do what makes me happy. Which is playing video games all day everyday.
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It'd be boring to say maslows hierarchy, so I'm going to say yummy food, enjoyable entertainment and friends/family
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