Doing nothing is the hardest thing to do ever. Way harder than doing something.
We've tried doing something. Probably all day, everyday, nonstop since we were born. Did it work to make us happy? Maybe in a few small instances. So try doing nothing and see what happens. ...something else fucking happens.
Doing nothing is the hardest thing to do ever. Way harder than doing something. So hard that people get mad at you if you look like you're doing it in any way. We have to be really good to do nothing, to fool people, while we're doing it, into thinking we are doing something, so they don't get jealous, cause they can't. Do nothing long enough and you'll get "inspired" to do something, oftentimes violently. It's all probably a trap.
We watch people and hate or admire them by how graceful they are, maybe they're just good liars? Concealing all the pain and misery behind the "ease". So what happens when we don't do anything? Only a few people have done it and we call them "saints". Also they had to do a lot of something to do nothing. What if we just did nothing to be nothing, going nowhere? Maybe this is what we should truly strive for? Do we really care about these bodies or the earth, or are we just scared of death and doing nothing?
Luckily no matter what we do or don't do, we'll soon be dead. What if we lived forever? Forever this?! Hell?
Maybe death is a truly worthy goal? Maybe we're just scared of it, which is why we keep having to do all this bs? I guess we'll keep having to do all this stuff until we can completely accept our death in every moment.