a reply to: lazyfortress
You may indeed be very intelligent. And being brilliant in mind can be hard. My sweetheart was a brilliant man. He struggled to connect with people
earlier in his life, because he was light years ahead of everyone. He had a hard time not being bored with average conversations with average folks.
Not because he was egotistical. He was just so intelligent, that his mind moved so fast that he could anticipate what someone would say or do, and he
had a photographic memory.
He was a rocket scientist. Held a PhD. But was also kind, deep, spiritual. Loved nature, meditating, being compassionate to others, always in all
If you are indeed super smart, be sure to cultivate other aspects of yourself, your humanity, your connectedness to the natural world, to animals, the
Earth, to people, especially those in need.
Pursue your interests, your hobbies, your outlets. Just be sure that you don't ever take harsh words from people sitting somewhere at a keyboard as
your truth. It is not. You are fine, you are worthy and you have every right to be in whatever forums online you chose to be, and it's okay to ask
questions. If someone insults you, they do NOT know you, so who gives a crap? If someone insults you online, they are cowardly. It's easy to mean at a
Make friendships with real live people, nurture those friendships.
I am not sure what country you live in, but I can tell you, your life is probably more incredible and awesome than the majority of people's lives on
this planet. Food? Shelter? Fun? Family? Education? Recreation? Friends? Hobbies? Money? I bet you have all of that. You are then indeed blessed.
Be happy. Be yourself. Be kind.
Compassion starts with being compassionate with yourself.
Assume you are a young man - perhaps a teen? We'll, I'm a mom of a young man, so take heed!!
I know of what I speak