Whatever Happens, Happens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attitudes of resignation in the face of future events.

The subjugation of all events thought to be inevitable.

The course of each life is determined by fate.

Accepting the outcome. We can do nothing.

Events over which we have no control.

Nothing has meaning, can be known, makes any difference.

The guiding principle of a downbeat personal philosophy.

His casual, shoulder-shrugging, that’s life attitude.

An unambiguous belief in the meaninglessness of existence.

His deep-seated conviction. Nothing really matters.

The nihilist’s uninterest in and disconnect from.

The fatalism rooted in this wish for death.

He accuses these pessimists of fatalism.

Because any good news they hear is essentially false.

Their deep faith in the inexorable pull of the worst.

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