A Short Lecture On Nothing

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A Short Lecture on Nothing
The fact is, our whole lives just consist of us doing a lot about nothing. Because what’s the point? Some say that we’re meant to live a, “happy and healthy life,” or that “we’re here to spread joy to others.” I’m not saying I’m against that, I’m just saying that it’s impossible to find a certain statement proving either of those. Life’s purpose is up to interpretation. And, personally, I have interpreted that there is no point at all. This isn’t me having some sort of crisis where all of a sudden I can’t bear to live anymore. The fact that there isn’t an exact point to living doesn’t necessarily mean that you should decide to stop living. Bangambiki Habyarimana says, “Don 't look for meaning in life. It was meant to be lived not understood.” So why should we spend our whole lives looking for something we cannot find?
I think we should just live merely to live. With this being said, living to live is living for nothing really at all. (And in case you haven’t guessed it already) Living for nothing at all is doing a lot… for nothing. Much Ado About Nothing.

A Short Lecture on “Probably”s
Probably : insofar as seems reasonably true, factual, or to be expected : without much doubt
Since when has, “without much doubt,” meant, “with no doubt?” That’s what I’d like to ask every single character in Much Ado About Nothing.
A Pointless Lecture on my Hatred of Claudio
I understand that times have changed, and people aren’t like…

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