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Under the winter moon's pale light, across the cold and starry night, from snowy mountains soaring high to ocean shores echoes the cry. From barren sands to verdant fields, from city streets to lonely wealds, cries the tortured human heart, seeking solace, wisdom, a chart by which to understand its plight under the winter moon's pale light. Dawn is unable to fade the night. Must we live 'ever in the blight under the winter moon's cold light, lost in loneliness, hate, and fright, last night, tonight, tomorrow night under the winter moon's bleak light?
The sky is deep, the sky is dark, The light of stars is so damn stark. When I look up, I fill with fear. If all we have is what lies here, this lonely world, this troubled place, then cold dead stars and empty space... Well, I see no reason to persevere, no reason to laugh or shed a tear, no reason to sleep or ever to wake, no promises to keep, and none to make. And so at night I still raise my eyes to study the clear but mysterious skies-- that arch above us, as cold as stone. Are you there, God? Are we alone?
originally posted by: theabsolutetruth
I suggest avoiding the dark stuff and find something enlightening instead, that is probably the thing you are searching for.
originally posted by: nerbot
a reply to: Banquo
Do absolutely nothing.
Do nothing for a while and realise that you will not be doing anything.
When you have done enough "nothing" you will be visited by the "something" fairy and everything will continue to unfold naturally.
Brick walls in the mind are a pain, in time they crumble if you don't focus on them because they are not real.