posted on Dec, 14 2013 @ 11:47 AM
I'm not sure why you think you're 'spiritual' as compared to your homeland where they're all 'materialistic shallow feminists' or immigrants
with their own (admittedly as far as I'm concerned) weird religious ideas. I've always thought of the Scandinavian countries as bastions of
progressive thought in many ways, but maybe that's 'anti-spiritual' to you. Too bad about their immigration policies though; their culture-clash
problems are only just starting. It won't end well unless both sides are very much interested in growing and learning.
I would recommend more education preferably in a different country (lots easier to get a student visa than any other kind), take out loans if you have
to, and get the education in a 'spiritual' field such as psychology, teaching or divinity school, something that will eventually lead to your not
being so poor, hopefully. Or just read more and learn more and think more and maybe spend less time on internet forums for conspiracy theorists, or
whatever you call this place. Lots of the stuff herein can be a bit... depressing.
Or start a small business and grow it and get your exposure to new ideas and new people that way. I recommend aquaponics to anyone who has a small
bit of land to work with even if you can borrow it; you can produce a very good income with a few hours of work a day. There's tons of material both
written and video on line about it and a few hundred dollars will get you started. In a Northern climate, your produce will be in high demand.
Go to a local college if possible and get tested to see where your strengths and weaknesses might be; find something, ANYthing, that turns you on and
that you enjoy. Think of how you could get training in that field to become employable. And if you live with or are friends with soul-sucking vampire
people that seem to drain your energy by being around them, find new acquaintances and let the others fade. Life is too short.
Mostly, I think you're depressed and it might be because you've spent your whole life in a less than sunny climate. I know I had to get out of
upstate NY which is close to the same latitude as you to feel like I was awake and to have energy. The Scandinavian countries are high in alcoholism
for a reason, people are depressed by the lack of light. Research 'SAD', seasonal affective disorder, if this is a new concept for you. If you can
afford it, take large dose Vitamin D regularly. Most people at high latitudes are deficient.