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#84 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
I don't want happiness. I just don't, my entire life was never spent wanting happiness. I believe in willpower. I believe in shaping the world as you see fit. By whatever means. I mean obtaining power. True power. I won't lie....I'm a power hungry ************ ...corrupt too. When anyone gives me power, I figure out how to exploit it. If someone told me to kill my friends for great power....I'd do it( If I actually saw this "great" power first.) Happiness is a weak emotion that holds you back. Anger, spite, even envy....these emotions will carry you above and beyond! I suppose I have a sith mindset..
If you will it, so it shall be.
User avatar #121 to #84 - heartlessrobot ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
I'm the same way, but I'm happy too. I didn't mind not being happy, but I feel less suicidal now that I am.
#91 to #84 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
I believe we categorize your kind of person as a "misanthrope".

Happiness is a part of the emotions that can help carry you forward, joy for bringing about joy, joy for bringing about your own wants is still part of those you claim carry you forwards.

Your anger, spite, and envy will only make sure you die an early death from depression.
User avatar #93 to #91 - blargtastic (01/04/2013) [-]
Not only that, but envy, spited, and hatred, they're all shallow emotions. They may seem to stretch the width of the ocean, but they are but the depth of a puddle. The pursuit of happiness is a true and virtuous drive that will lead you down a proper road that is more stable than anything built off of malice and angst. There are times when your happiness, or a loved one's, are put in jeopardy, and this leads to something I'd call righteous anger; rather, a fiery determination towards a productive or constructive goal in mind. This is true power that runs as deep as you set your heart to.
#92 to #91 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
Who cares why or how one may die? What matters is what you do while you await death at your doorstep, And a quest for power and knowledge is a simple and noble time waster! Though.....I wish I could destroy death and take it's role, but I can't. So isn't sensible to be the next best thing and become a man who sends people to him?
I don't get joy out of doing or getting what I want, I get satisfaction. And if my goals and plans occasionally help others.....then whats the problem? I'm simply a boy who wants to achieve his goals. though they are very selfish goals,they're goal nevertheless.
User avatar #96 to #92 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
You're obviously deranged and very childish.

You'll grow out of this phase, it only lasts about four years or so.
#99 to #96 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
I suppose i can see some childish aspects, but would you care to explain exactly how childish is it and the main reasons it is?
User avatar #101 to #99 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
Because it shows you haven't understood what happiness is.

You can take joy in reveling in corruption, you can take joy in killing, maiming, taking, betraying, and any other aspect of that. You can take joy in the fact that you believe yourself to be a misanthrope, a villain, and that joy makes you a happier person, more driven to do what makes you happy.

You say happiness makes you weak, but once you cast away happiness, you have nothing.
#112 to #101 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
So? Can I not live, while being nothing. If that is what it comes down to....so be it. What is wrong with that? Please tell me, you seem to have had an experience from how you word it.
User avatar #115 to #112 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
Of course I have, I used to be exactly like you, I used to feel that happiness is a barrier, and only the other emotions can help fuel me enough to achieve my goals.

And achieving your goals bring you happiness, you can't escape it, what you deemed satisfaction, is in fact, a sense of happiness you feel.
#119 to #115 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
I suppose. But then I must obviously shed satisfaction from achieving my goals. I'm curious on how life feels without any joy, satisfaction, etc. Does that take away your humanity? I'm very interested now. How does one go about casting away happiness... completely? Surely you can in fact escape it.
User avatar #120 to #119 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
You become depressed. You become angry at everything, no matter what happens, no matter how your triumph, no matter what any others say.

You become angry, so, so, very angry, and it makes you so sad, it deprives you of a basic human need, and you are angered even by that.

Casting away your happiness brings nothing good, it's a foolish thing to do, and only ends up killing you as a person.
#122 to #120 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
Well, that's easy than I had thought! It seems I am already on that path, as I take most things with hate and aggression. Though not enough to act...it is still there. It's a shame, why stop yourself? Did someone make you? or were you too weak? elaborate, please.
User avatar #125 to #122 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
Because I looked around me. I saw the path before me, I saw the future it would lead.

It's grotesque, it's filled with anger, and I admit, there is a little bit of beauty in that, I turned away because I saw the path and I was unsatisfied, it was not a path that appealed to me. It was a path of coldness and anger, and it seemed like such a waste of a life to wander down that littered path.

It was not a nice path to go down, therefore, I looked towards other paths, and they seemed much more appealing.
#132 to #125 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
A little bit of beauty?! It sounds pure, and amazing. Perfection itself. It was foolish to let go. I wish to now find that path. Help me find it please. I have asked much of you. But if you will do this, I shall be in your debt. And does whatever you wish(within reason, of course.) Be it your new friend, a slave, or a place to vent.... I'll be yours. Just please share with me.
User avatar #158 to #132 - myrtille (01/04/2013) [-]
You are way too melodramatic
You need to ******* tone it down a little before you look like even more of a stupid cunt.
#177 to #158 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
I suppose, But then...why should I give a little tiny **** about you have to say. I type like that on purpose, due to the lack of allowance on a day to day basis. To be frank I'm personally more blunt and rude....but who gives a flying **** ? People have different styles of writing, mine is almost always melodramatic if I'm having a conversation or putting in deep thought.
User avatar #196 to #177 - myrtille (01/04/2013) [-]
That's really stupid.
Also, if you didn't give a **** , then you wouldn't have explained yourself.
User avatar #135 to #132 - Petroleum ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
Just continue what you're doing then, go cast your humanity away for that little gem of beauty you see. Just don't come crying back to sanity when you've waltzed down that strange path.
User avatar #94 to #92 - blargtastic (01/04/2013) [-]
You're nuts. That aside, you have no more rights than the next man to anyone's life. I'm not sure how to take your anti-hero persona, so I'll sit and think for a bit and get back to you.
#103 to #94 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
anti-hero? I've have doubts about that friend. Anti-heroes do what ever they want, which ultimately is geared towards the greater good. My goal isn't necessarily bad, but I know if I fulfill my goal....I'll go mad with boredom...and power. Power corrupts, there is no doubt. At first my intentions were at least slightly helpful, that ultimately better others lives... though people will still have to die. But then... I don't know. The feel of abusing power is very nice. amazing. But will I actually live the goal out....very unlikely. Impossible in fact. I said my goal is power...but have you ever stopped to ask what it would be used for? No. I'd use it for a very noble thing. I think.
User avatar #111 to #103 - blargtastic (01/04/2013) [-]
Well, I didn't know that from what little you've said; hence, why I said I'd reserve my other comments until further notice. On that note, yes, anti-heroes do as they please; however, not necessarily for the greater good. They don't give a damn either way. They will aid good, or bad, depending on their particular desires; hence, why they're called anti-heroes, not villains. You fit this almost to a "T". You tend to lean towards the villainous side from what you've posted thus far. Again, I don't know your whole story, nor am I interested, unless you stumble across some mystical power; in which case, I'm very interested, and I may want to join you ;)
#116 to #111 - adammorgan (01/04/2013) [-]
I wish magic was real sometimes. That be some cool ass **** .
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