reply to post by jeh2324
Remember, I'm not leaving this society to be by myself and hide away, rather to re-join a society that fits in to my personal beliefs.
And no, I don't eat McD's. That stuff will kill ya
Leave tomorrow? That WOULD be suicide. Proper planning is essential to succeed in any endeavour, and simply setting sail on a whim would not achieve
what I want to do. To me it seems you don't have much experience in any real life survival situations.
Let me ask you a question: Have you ever hunted for your food? Have you ever had observe the weather and make decisions based upon it? Have you
ever felt a completeness in your life that is so absolute it could be considered Nirvana? I have, and for me, that is where I want to be. There are
enough people unhappy with their life in this society, and I have decided not to become one of them.
I have achieved my personal goals, in this society and want to expand myself by challenging myself, rather then fall into entropy.
I respect your views, but I could also make some assumptions about your personal happiness based upon your posts. Anyway, you're welcome to you
opinions, but the support I have received has been overwhelmingly positive so far.
By the way, Lost was North Pacific, not South. Huge difference in geography mate.
Society doesn't owe me anything, in fact I think that type of thinking is a major reason that so many people these days are disillusioned with their
part in society. You make your own luck. Nobody owes you anything.
Isolation is not my goal. You do realise that people do still live apart from the modern society that we know and that in their 'primitive' society
crime is virtually zero and people are far happier with their life? Each person contributes what they can and in turn is appreciated far greater then
a 9 to 5 worker in this society. My friends in the South Pacific and Melanesia are some of the happiest people I know. And they are very welcoming
to outsiders like myself.
And no, I certainly don't have a drinking problem. Why on earth you would think that is puzzling.
Again, I'm not going to be by myself. I can't stress that enough. I'm leaving this society to re-join one that fits me spiritually and
physically. I'm not leaving to become a hermit.
We are all only here on this world for a short period of time, and personally I think if you can't have adventure in your life then what's the