I agree with that statement, but not fully. I mean life has various possible outlooks, and depending on how you’re feeling or what you’re going through, (or if you’re going through anything at all) can effect your outlook on life. I thought of a few examples.
If you’re completely happy with your life, single and whatnot, then you seem to only look forward to whats next in your life (as far as I’ve noticed, at least). College, graduating, jobs, etc. If you’re in a (serious) relationship, some seem to look forward, but at the same time concentrating on their relationship, most the effort that should be going to your life, is going to your boyfriends or girlfriends as well. If you’re depressed, then you seem to have an unusual look on life. You often wonder whats really worth and whats not, you seem to ponder is there more to life than just working, buying, consuming and dying. You don’t find interest in many things that you once thought was amazing. Some people don’t even eat when their depressed. Some are so deep in being uninterested in life, that they’re too impatient to wait for things to get better, which often leads to suicide. But i really don’t see why Suicide is a primary option, there is another route you can take, which leads me to my next post….