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This is a discussion on INTP Hating Life within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; never happens since we are the best personality and love life. Love, love, love, all you need is love! I ...

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    INTP - The Thinkers


    INTP Hating Life

    never happens since we are the best personality and love life. Love, love, love, all you need is love! I love all of you, yes you too Jimbo. I love you.



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    INTP - The Thinkers

    It's hard to hate something which you don't acknowledge.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by Chilln View Post
    It's hard to hate something which you don't acknowledge.
    Very true.

    As for me, I will occasionally dislike, not life in itself, just the was society is set up.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by Mythestopheles View Post
    Very true.

    As for me, I will occasionally dislike, not life in itself, just the was society is set up.
    Wise words

    I tend to get tired of life or just wanting to not-live sometimes since everything seems to get more complex everytime I learn about it, but that actually makes me wanting to live more after a while.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    My true hatred of life lies with its brevity.

    I would be such a happy immortal...
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Immortality is the first accomplishment, save an eternal afterlife. (same thing I suppose)
    Without it, nothing can be accomplished because the effects cannot be observed beyond death.
    Oh fooey. I love existing. It's so fun! I never want to stop growing!
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    What is this "love" thing you speak of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serafiem View Post
    Immortality is the first accomplishment, save an eternal afterlife. (same thing I suppose)
    Without it, nothing can be accomplished because the effects cannot be observed beyond death.
    Agreed. What's the point of doing stuff if you can't know how it ended up far into the future.

    Anyway, I don't hate life. I just hate the things that inhabit it. Well, hate is a bit strong. Let's say I feel contempt for those things. When I feel anything for them. But this may be because I hate the society is set up, and the dull, bovine acceptance of it seen in the aforementioned things that form the general populace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serafiem View Post
    Immortality is the first accomplishment, save an eternal afterlife. (same thing I suppose)
    Without it, nothing can be accomplished because the effects cannot be observed beyond death.
    Oh fooey. I love existing. It's so fun! I never want to stop growing!
    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie Jesus View Post
    Agreed. What's the point of doing stuff if you can't know how it ended up far into the future.
    Yes, but would you be as driven to grow and "do stuff" if you knew you literally had forever to do it?

    (Also, I'm curious about what immortality would entail at the end of the world. Where do you hang out during a nuclear holocaust or after a killer asteroid wipes out all life? Is it still such a good thing then?)

    There's a great song lyric by Bob Geldof's Thinking Voyager 2 Type Things that I'll paraphrase:

    "Mortality is a cheap price to pay for existence."
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    Quote Originally Posted by redmanINTP View Post
    Yes, but would you be as driven to grow and "do stuff" if you knew you literally had forever to do it?

    (Also, I'm curious about what immortality would entail at the end of the world. Where do you hang out during a nuclear holocaust or after a killer asteroid wipes out all life? Is it still such a good thing then?)

    There's a great song lyric by Bob Geldof's Thinking Voyager 2 Type Things that I'll paraphrase:

    "Mortality is a cheap price to pay for existence."
    Bah, of course I'd do things. The circumstances that would necessitate action may never be exist again in the future, even though I would. What would be the point of living forever and treating the world like some sort of vast immersive game of Civilization, unless I actually did stuff?

    And your disaster scenarios are not all that bad. I could (demanding on what is left) I could try to reengineer humanity (or some semblance thereof), or build a robot race, or something of that nature, or maybe a space craft and leave the earth to explore. Remember, as I can't die, I have the time to do these things, no matter how long it takes.


 
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