Can we learn from fish?
I had a conversation with a friend about aliens earlier. Which went from alien life forms being unlimited possibilities one being not having to breathe much like fish. Then the conversation came to our sad existence.
Did you know depression affects 13 million and 14 million people (in the US alone, but I’m from Canada) annually usually being from age 30-45?
Now fish live such a simple life, their smart enough to live a life they don’t want to live, why can’t humans grasp that concept? If you lived for the greater good at a young age you’ll have a fighting chance at staying happy. I’m young I know little of HOW this world works, I have an idea but I don’t think anyone knows WHY this world is in its shape.
Do you think we could learn from fish? Or have any other animals who have a better concept of living?
Why would I feel embarrassed to explain how our world works to others?
EDIT: Brings me to my newest quote: What you going to do when death is not afraid of you?
These are just rants and thoughts I’m just throwing out there/sharing even if no one carries interest.
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