Why do we try?
Why do we love?
Why do we live?
Sometimes I wonder why do we do what we do. I mean in everyday life. Why do we love? Is it really better to love and lose, that to never have love at all? Is the pain and suffering you will feel for the rest of your life be worth it? Who is really to say? Me? You? Some professor?
I just don't know why!
from recent readings and documentaries that I've come across... I'd like to share a few things that might hold some value in this conversation..
First, I'd like to try and explain my theory of love. "Matter is formed from spherical standing waves in space which cause the 'particle' effect at their wave center" so it's my belief that when certain 'waves' interlock the sensation can be compared to that of "fitting like a glove" this feeling of emotion and physical presence is registered in our brain and to this day we are incapable with associating those feelings with the vocabulary we're provided with.
when it comes to the quote " it's better to have loved and lost, than to never have loved at all " I don't really think that's true. because if you never knew what love was or felt like in the first place, you would have no reason to strive for such a bond that you lost.
I like to think the reason why we live
can also be related to points made in Physics. Namely, Newton's third law of motion.. We come across the urge to reproduce and give life
. With this, there must also be an equal and opposite reaction; keeping the balance. This is commonly known as death. It's an endless cycle, really. unless, that is, other variables don't conclude otherwise.
As for trying, I'm not quite sure what that question is insinuating. perhaps giving me a more specific instance to work from would be more helpful.
I hope some of this clarifies some things, or atleast sheds a new view point in order to further help yourself think of something.