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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, Jun 28, 2005.
What motivates you to keep living and moving foward?.
There was one time when I was so depressed I was almost ready to kill myself, and what saved me was seeing a little baby boy trying to balance himself on the parapet over a beach in San Diego.
That kind of thing, you don't forget. I have little reason to live "for myself" anymore, I've had a full and rich life, and the best thing I can do right now, is to make sure my g/f is happy, and hopefully we can have a child soon.
So, the short answer is, "the next generation".
my wife, my family and my dog....
The alternative sucks.
Music, My Family, God.
I'll never do something Great if I stay in bed.
Nothing in particular, really.
Wrong. Staying in bed is a great way to make babies.
I just got owned.
l0lz@ superduck & nonsqtr
for me, it would be Blue (my dog), the thrill of pushing myself (physically and sometimes mentally) - this doesnt happend often anymore -, playing live and if there is someone special in my life... of which is so so atm
my family, yeah i spose. i walsy sound really ungrateful when it comes to them; im not, but they let do my own thing and don't really push me, which is cool. i also don't share many interests with them.
on the other hand, they do support me, so i spose i am also going on for them becuase of what they give me...
I love my folks, but not as much as I love this:
That's about as good as it gets, IMO.
Thanks, man. Couldn't agree more.
And that's the only picture I had handy, I have one of the other flavor at home, too.
Every single day those two have a way of making me want to give 100% to everything I do.
Try this the next time you are having a bad day. Get in your car and go find a homeless person - in most areas that shouldn't be too difficult. Next continue to drive to the next Burger King or whatever and get the order something good (include a drink - they are usually badly dehydrated). Hand it to them and say 'this is for you'. I first did this when I was 19 and never stopped- it will change your life and (I'm not kidding) improve your playing. The longer I live the more I can repeat this process.
You won't miss the $4
This motivation to keep on going is what i've been trying to figure out recently. I've even went to the extent of asking my bandmates(two are over 15 years older than me, the others are almost 30).
Sadly, their answers weren't too inspiring, but apparently theres something worth waiting on...or something.
I have had an eye opening realization lately. I found that I was pretty much waiting for life to come to be. Now I just have to realize how to go after life instead.
That's what life does. It lives.
My relationships with others.
I might figure out something worthwhile to do tomorrow.
Instict, I suppose.