Something is always missing when "thinking of oneself", because there can be no thinking of oneself without thinking of what is *not* oneself. Once you start thinking of yourself, you have separated yourself from the world - there is now a "me". But if there was no awareness of the world, awareness of the outer, there would be no reason to think of yourself as separate. You would be the world itself. So any division of "self" - any thinking of "me" - relies on the belief that there is a part of the world that is "not self". This is why people who get wrapped up in themselves - their pities, their worries, their greed - will always miss something. They depend on the rest of the world for their sense of separation.
i'm very sorry for all the naughty things that i have ever done<br />
and for those to come
Something huge is definitely missing
GREAT QUESTION!...yes as a matter of fact, all 29 years of my life I have felt like "somethings missing"....
This is gonna be the first end of year on which I can tell I'll be up to say I did a good job... on 2009 end I remember making a list of the things I wanted to accomplish for this year, and I never tought that list would come short to the things I've got done.
Something is always missing till your ready to say bye
A few things are missing.
I'm not me yet. Yet.
I WISH I COULD LOSE SOME WEIGHT AND NO MORE BACK PAIN.
Apart from my brain I don't have anything missing
Many flaws and shortcomings, yet this version of me is much better than I would ever have hoped for.
I can't imagine ever being satisfied with my life. The world is full of adventure and challenges and thrills, and I want to try (almost) all of them.
right now? everything makes sence.. so, yes - i'm pleased
I am satisified for the person I am today because of the things i was missing, like a real home, my teenage years, and my mother right by my side.