posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 05:55 PM
Originally posted by Nastradamus
That "crazy" has to go somewhere... it's either constructive, or destructive; period.
It's not wise to block out these thoughts, you're having them for a reason. It's your own responsibility to find the root of these thoughts or let
them manifest overtime into something MUCH worse.
being very creative and able to solve problems served me well in life.
i did r & d in the service and for private companies very successfully.
i also knew that my judgement was not always up to par, and that my energy was likely to eventually get me in trouble.
i was a little crazy, but everyone ignored it since i was useful.
i did landscaping and sports to use up my physical energy, and volunteer work allowed me to be a useful member of society, be creative, and filter my
energies so as to protect myself.
by working with various non profits, i could e-mail an attorney or a person whose judgement i trusted, before i did something.
and although not Jewish, the rabbis always had time for my questions, very grateful for that.
i repaid everyone by helping make their projects become real.
but i know better than to trust my own ideas before checking someone else's advice.
and i function without medication.
maybe nobody is perfect, we just have to learn to deal with our limitations.