What is the harsh truth of life?

What is the harsh truth of life?

What is the harsh truth of life?

Many myths, lies, and half-truths exist regarding our basic existence. Not everything is pleasant. We come into the world with nothing, leave it with nothing, and struggle for things we didn’t bring.

The world doesn’t need to be fair.

Accepting that life isn’t always fair is a very hard thing to do. Even if you are beautiful, there will be people who try to make you unhappy. You can work hard to improve your life, but all you end up with is tiredness and frustration. You might end up living in a nightmare if you follow your dreams. I think Bruce Lee is the person who has best figured out how to say this truth. You can’t expect life to be nice to you just because you’re a good person; any more than a tiger won’t attack you just because you don’t eat meat.

We only get one shot at life.

You won’t be resurrected as a cat or have seven lives. There is no evidence that life goes on after people die. Read these four important things slowly.

Equal rights are a lie. Our goals, abilities, and wills are all different. The concept of liberation is entirely fictional. It’s crucial to follow the rules and treat others with dignity. There must be. You have four years of independence and are not allowed to do whatever you want.

Fairness is just a myth. It’s a way to hide being stupid or getting even. This idea is not true. It is crazy that a vote held once every X years gives us authority or the power to make decisions, and we agree to it because we believe it is the best. 

Our rules are awful. When you look at the founding documents of many countries, you can see how silly many of them are and why they still exist. There are numerous examples. Let me give you an example: Bail is stupid because it lets a criminal accused of a crime avoid being arrested in exchange for cash, which he will probably pay for with the money he got from his crimes.

You, like me, will die. Don’t worry; we have a long way to go yet. Make a promise to yourself that EVERYTHING you do during this time will be fun.  Many people won’t read or listen to anything, whether it’s the truth or a lie. They don’t care. They don’t want to learn because it’s hard to learn new things without being taught, and it gets harder as you get older. Politicians have never solved a problem; if they ever did, it was done by an expert in the field. No politician or government can solve all of a country’s or the world’s problems, and you have to take care of it yourself. No one else, especially not the government, should be held responsible. If the world is to be ruled logically instead of just by money, as it is now, it must be run by experts in each field.

If you’re happy, it’s because you don’t know how the world works, which makes you less likely to want to learn. Happiness may become boring or even a habit if you only care about what you don’t have or what you’ve lost. No matter what they may have told you, there is no God. Again, I’ll say it: he doesn’t exist. It has nothing to do with a person’s religious or spiritual beliefs and their lack of belief in anything. Please cover your ears with your hands if you don’t believe in God. The only good news I have is that God, as we know him, will be made, and his name will be super AI, even if heaven and hell don’t exist.

You likely have a social “template” that organizes your life for the benefit of a system that doesn’t care about you. You’ve been using this pattern in your mind, possibly since you were a kid, and it gets reinforced regularly by your surroundings. Many believe the universe, energy, or fate will reward moral behavior. Because wicked individuals can do what they want and get away with it, they try to convince us that karma doesn’t exist. Karma is just the total of our habits, thoughts, and actions. A person can be bad, but if he is disciplined, focused, has good habits, and is educated, he will almost certainly do well or very well, which will hurt the lives of others as he goes through life.

It can be hard to hear when you finally find the painful truth.

But if you want to enjoy your life, you need to fix the problem at its source and get rid of the things you don’t want so you can focus on what’s most important.

1. No one pays attention

It’s time to realize that your pain is normal and needed for you to live. No one has any worries.

2. Don’t throw away your skills.

Not everyone has special skills from the start. If your heart tells you that you’re good at something, listen to it. If you throw this away, you might as well throw everything away.

3. Own up to your mistakes.

If you do something bad, harmful, or wrong, it is your fault. 

4. Death is the end of everything.

Stop being afraid of dying or being forgotten. Death is death, so when you die, you do die. 

5. Accept how you feel

Don’t try to escape your worries, sorrows, and fears. Recognize your flaws and the feelings you don’t want to, and then permit yourself to feel them. It has nothing to do with a person’s religious or spiritual beliefs and their lack of belief in anything. 

6. You can’t be friends with everybody.

Stop making attempts. Get to know the most important person in the world, you.

7. Time, not money, is what gives value.

Money shouldn’t stop you from having fun. You don’t have much money to have a good day; you only need to make time for yourself and the people around you.

8. Don’t chase happiness blindly.

There are happy moments to be had just about anywhere. Every time you say “Hello,” smile and laugh. Stop looking for “more” happiness while ignoring the already existing happiness.

9. You can’t buy happiness with money.

If you don’t feel cheerful on the inside, then no amount of money will ever be able to make you happy. Happiness is an inside job.

10. One day, you and everyone around you will die.

Don’t waste your life being sad about other people’s deaths and worrying about the day you will die.


Sophia Amelia is the New York Times Bestselling Author. Writing stories to inspire young minds. Celebrating the power of words & imagination through my books. Join me on my journey to creating stories that will capture your imagination and captivate your heart.

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