We all die anyway, it’s just a matter of when.
-Fay Sebastian, Again
I quoted myself because that quote is one of the best that I’ve ever thought of. No one’s gonna live forever. People died yesterday, people are dying right now, people will die tomorrow, and the next day, and the next. That’s just it.
Flappy Bird, as we all know, is no longer available at the App Store.
I heard from the TV that devices which have Flappy Bird installed can be sold for higher prices. Of course, some people might have found a way to still spread Flappy Bird. To revive it. However, I am not sure on this matter. We all are. Flappy Bird can still be brought back to the App Store. Because, it’s just a game.
Life is not just a game. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. You can’t make the world sign a petition to bring someone you love back to life. There are no cheats to prolong one’s time in this world. If it’s time, then it’s time. There’s no escaping, no way out.
YOLO. I once read somewhere that YOLO is not true, because you live every day, you only die once. I have to agree. Every day holds a door for the possibility of miracles and new beginnings. A chance to do good.
We must use our life in the best way–in a way that we won’t regret once we’re gone, in our own way. Because we’ll never know when our time will come. How we’ll die won’t matter, but how we lived is everything.
It’s crazymazing (amazing in a crazy way) that I was able to write this post because of Flappy Bird. I guess that game was meant to help me figure these things out.
Btw, my high score is still 1, and I still haven’t downloaded the game on my phone. Things are just like that.
Sometimes I ask myself, “Am I afraid of death?”
I have no idea on what’s out there, because I’ve never been there. It’s a mystery that no one alive would be able to speak of.
I’ve always felt like it means peace.
Maybe I’m not afraid of death. Maybe I’m afraid of not being able to live my life in the way I want it to be. In that case, I have to start making the best out of the time I have.
On the other hand, maybe I am, indeed, afraid of death.
This is confusing.
There are some questions that are better left unanswered for the time being, don’t you think?
I just quoted myself, again.