I don’t know how many times I’ve quoted this, but here it goes again,
“We must never give up the fight,
The moment we do, we have lost.”
– Ezio Auditore da Firenze
This by no means, goes with the title, but I haven’t really heard any quote that tells you to give up.
I’ve seen people struggling for things even years after they have lost it for good and then there are people giving up all hope when everything seems fixable in their case. I’ve seen people move on really quick, saying you cannot force someone to love you and then there are people who say, they still love me, even after years their “lovers” have gone into another relationship
There’s nothing like giving up and there is nothing like making a difference in life. It feels so odd to see people sitting on their bottoms for the entire day, looking and the ceiling and smoking triangles saying their life has no purpose. At the same time, there are people hustling all day long saying the universe has a purpose for them.
The universe is 13.7 billion years old for God’s sake, the entropy is boundless, and mathematically, the universe is not going to look at petty issues like giving your life a purpose, find your own! So as I said, there’s nothing like giving up and there is nothing like making a difference in life.
People who are meant to be will be and those who are not, won’t be, but that doesn’t mean you should stop trying. Have you played Sims? A gay man could have an affair with all the women in town. How does that make any sense? It’s a LIFE SIMULATION! It’s all entropy.
There’s a difference between giving up and letting go. You give up because it all seems too hard to get, you feel you are lower than that level and you won’t ever get there, there’s no point in all this, and there’s something known as “I’ve had enough of this”, and that’s letting go.
I don’t believe anyone really gives up if you do I hope you have something more important to look forward to, and in other cases, I don’t think you should and there’s nothing like having enough if you really want something. So keep trying?
It all boils down to the thirst of something, that makes us do whatever we want and whatever we choose, we are the architects of our own actions and we must live with their consequences, whether glorious or tragic.
Why did I type this out?