posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 12:46 PM
reply to post by imans
Hey that's why I put comfort in quotes - my implication was exactly as you suggest, there's a lot of discomfort expressed online. Interaction with
daily life outside is much more comfortable, I understand well enough not to put too much of myself "out there" mentally about things that go on in
real life. Call it a mindset call it detachment - on certain things like the economy where's I haven't the slightest illusion of control and can
definitely feel the movement in my gut, I know it's just a matter of time, ride that wave, as long as I watch where my thoughts are going I'm
steering as best I can.
On your other thought, in a physical sense I'd like to leave the world untouched by my existence, no markers, no obits, no recognition that anything
had occurred of significance. That's the legacy I want to leave on the physical world.
Ouch, huimiliation hurts - don't go there! If you've ever endured the experience of someone actively trying to talk you into humiliation, you know
the visceral response that happens. If you just don't buy their argument and laugh at the attempt, many times the humiliation is "on the other
If you were speaking metaphorically, then seek another one that's more pleasing to you - the idea that something/someone may be directing or
responsible for what actually happens may be truth, but the notion that the situation requires you to feel a certain way is just another idea you can
choose to hold or cast away.
edit format, spelling, closing thought
[edit on 12-4-2010 by ganjoa]