posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 02:18 PM
Originally posted by Misfit
Is this to say that both of you have, basically, lost your human sexual drive? I went for a while through the mental stage of "what's wrong with
me", finally to resolve the conflict by accepting it's because I (we) are changing.
I'm not sure if all people are changing, though I'd like to think this is the case, based on what I see as inevitably happening in the not too
distant future. But, yes, based on a rather profound experience I've been fundamentally changed. Friends, coworkers, loved ones have all noticed it.
Regardless of how much I try to mask the full extent of how its affected me and the implicit understanding that came along with it.
I've been trying, unsuccessfully, now for several months to put all the thoughts in to a coherent, linear presentation so others who haven't had a
similar experience can understand what this suggests, in an actionable way, for our future and arrive at the same conclusion by means of logic.
It's very strange looking at people and realizing everyone is fighting uncertainty and waves of desires that stem from biological imperatives,
psychological baggage, nature enforced limitations, and dancing around the solution, never understanding why they can't find lasting satisfaction or
I visualize this in my head as though someone took all the world's oceans and dumped the fish out on to the land. Then watching these poor,
unprepared things flop around desperately struggling for some unknown salvation, unaware of what it is, why they are where they are, and not having
the slightest idea what to do.
Most people then ask me, "So you see people as pathetic?" And the answer is always, "No, I see them as worth helping if they can or will be