I'm a nihilist. This means I reject all most putatively relevant beliefs. This widely encompasses things like theism, morality, purpose, etc. I don't believe in the idea that life has a purpose, God is a fallacy, and everything is relative. The human mind is a disastrous construct of highly subjective systems as equally fundamentally flawed as the idea that they're accurate, a speciously organized jumble of sensory organisms supplying input to our perception and expectations of reality. As in the magic trick, we supply the expectation, are given the input, and create the pseudo reality that the hostess truly was cut in half or the dove was the flower. I don't believe in love, I see things only along the terms of objectivity, so I view things like companionship as the residue of innate drives to reproduce left behind from thousands of years of evolution, and friendship as the safety of the strength in the group dynamic. Thoughts?.. Arguments?