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    Knowing yourself, knowing what's important to you and doing it with courage and within boundaries of possibility.
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    curiosity, exploration, and art

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    Absence of interest in wealth, health, romance or luck.

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    I can't know for sure. My definition for interesting is in a continuous change and upgrade. My intrestingness is my treasure, and I'll never run out of interesting things to do/think/examine, but will that make my life interesting? The things in my life may be interesting, but is my life interesting because of that? The excitement/thrill of something new and maybe weird, something apparently incomprehensible.
    Interesting things stay interesting for a while, after that you need new things.

    Wouldn't an interesting life be interesting only for a while? And after that you'll need to change it in order to still be interesting?

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    To live an interesting life, I think that you need to have a mind receptive to new information, with the courage to explore and do things that make sense but are disapproved socially. Otherwise, you live a life conditioned by existing social norms and customs which, although socially safe, will usually bring you to an average life.

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    I'd like my life to be more interesting, because otherwhise I'd be less bored. But I don't mind that my life isn't perfectly interesting, it can still be filled up with interesting things. It's pretty flexible. I personally don't care if other people have interesting lifes. I like it when they have interesting stories to tell and when they're interesting people themselves. All I really want to be, is an interesting person who has interesting things to tell. I search for interesting stories that I can tell, I don't exactly have a bible full of them, but I'm on my way, and I think I have an interesting personality. I'm quickly bored and I don't want to be ordinary because it bores me. I think I'd be a good action movie character, if I didn't lack the physical strength. Or maybe I'd be a good character in a thriller, maybe even better.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    I'm totally biased, but I think to live a full life, you need to do something that shakes up and alters your consciousness in a big way, multiple times, in order to have the most full perspective on life. Not getting super drunk or retarded things like that, but once-in-a-long-time experiences.... like taking

    - Taking San Pedro mescaline in Peru
    - Some hectic base diving/jumping
    - LSD or mushrooms in a good environment and setting among friends, or by yourself, but someone near by.
    - Go on one of those volunteer groups who try rescue people in hostage situations
    - Take pure MDMA and go raving in Goa, India to some psytrance
    - Sex on the roof of a Bhuddest temple, with the Dalai Lama nearby

    You'll noticed a lot of those included drug taking. All those activities will alter your experience and brain chemistry in some way. With the non-drug extreme experiences, that's mostly adrenaline and dopamine. Actually, I'm bias, there's a lot more there. But certain psychedelic drugs can really get right in there, and make things interesting. Psychedelics + extreme physical acts... not that's XTREME interesting.

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    a bad memory
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    waking up and responding to the inner devil or angel in you.. or both? LOL
    Having zest to do things and be part of something...

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