We're All Worthless

I don't know why I keep thinking it but we are. No matter how hard we try, we're all worthless. Some of us try to be remembered before we die, but even if we were, we'd be forgot over time. People don't think of past. It's always now and future. So many people have died, and they've all been forgotten.
Even for the key people of history, such as Albert Einstein, or Dr. King would be forgot over years and years and years. It'll be a name is some old book. We all are just so. Expendable. Think of it, we're all going to die someday. We just live for nothing. To experience life and just die. The same thought has just been crossing my mind over and over.
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Thisismy7thaccount
Aids,the secret to being remembered is aids and a godlike singing voice.
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ThoughtIlived
Why aren't you looking beyond this being remembered thing? The contributions these people and many others have made can't possibly be forgotten, as we still benefit today from them. We live them and thrive on them, and we may eventually never remember why, but unless we take our lives for granted, it's not for naught. Our lives, happiness, longevity, etc., is due to many thanks to what people have gifted us while here on Earth. If that's not more important than being simply never forgot, then that's one of the most lazy and shallow things I can think of.

But, you can't just exist, be a lump, and then expect to leave a sustain that stands the test of time. No. You have to actually do something incredible and universal to make your mark for the betterment of future others. And, every living and capable person has the ability to do just that.
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Mopy
Every good book has its final page, but we choose to read anyway - It's the content that's worthwhile.
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