31 Thoughts From A Pessimist
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31 Thoughts From A Pessimist

Don't worry, I don't think all of these at the same time.

31 Thoughts From A Pessimist
Nazcan Turkmen

1. You are never going to see every single corner of the world.

2. You are never going to see when mankind starts living in outer space.

3. You are never going to sit down with your mom and dad and your grandsons/granddaughters in the same room.

4. You are never going to end world hunger.

5. You are never going to bring peace to this world.

6. You are never going to learn every language.

7. You are never going to feel whole, something is always going to be missing.

8. You are going to lose everyone you love some sooner some later.

9. You are never going to time travel.

10. You are never going to take those words back that you used to hurt others.

11. You are never going to know the name of the person you made eye contact with in subway and thought he/she was cute.

12. Wherever you are, whoever you are with, you are going to end up dying alone.

13. You are never going to know the meaning of life.

14. You are never going to know what comes after death.

15. You will always be questioning and won`t find any answers.

16. You are going to be disappointed.

17. You are going to be the disappointment.

18. When you realized you are too old to make your childhood dreams become real it will be too late.

19. Either you are going to grow old and start losing your ability to look after your basic needs or die before that not even living your whole life.

20. You are going to leave someone behind.

21. You are going to be the one who left behind.

22. You are going to be heartbroken.

23. You are going to think you are never going to be fixed.

24. You are here.

25. You breathe.

26. You are using your brain.

27. Make something.

28. You have your own free will.

29. Don’t be too late.

30. Time is not going to wait for you to catch up.

31. Never.

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