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What is the most profound, life changing occurrence you've experienced?
Posted 4/5/16

Ryulightorb wrote:

Realizing i have a phobia of death and choosing to spend my life to try to ease that.

or

Realizing the world is worthless and pointless and that i hate it


either or...


So do you fear death because you think it is final & you wish to experience more or do you fear death because you think there may be something horrifying awaiting after you lose your soul?
I'm sorry you feel the world is worthless & pointless. I assume you're referring to mankind. Humans can be cruel, but if take a leap & actually explore humanity, I'm hopeful that you'll find at least one thing or human that makes your life illuminate.
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Posted 4/5/16 , edited 4/5/16

Deaggy-Stardust wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

Realizing i have a phobia of death and choosing to spend my life to try to ease that.

or

Realizing the world is worthless and pointless and that i hate it


either or...


So do you fear death because you think it is final & you wish to experience more or do you fear death because you think there may be something horrifying awaiting after you lose your soul?
I'm sorry you feel the world is worthless & pointless. I assume you're referring to mankind. Humans can be cruel, but if take a leap & actually explore humanity, I'm hopeful that you'll find at least one thing or human that makes your life illuminate.



Because it's final i don't believe in the afterlife etc.

I hope i find one thing or human that makes my life illuminate also that's why i'm still alive...well that and the fact that i can't commit suicide due to my phobia of death ...which is probably a good thing
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Posted 4/5/16
When I found out about masterbating.
Posted 4/5/16

Ryulightorb wrote:


Deaggy-Stardust wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

Realizing i have a phobia of death and choosing to spend my life to try to ease that.

or

Realizing the world is worthless and pointless and that i hate it


either or...


So do you fear death because you think it is final & you wish to experience more or do you fear death because you think there may be something horrifying awaiting after you lose your soul?
I'm sorry you feel the world is worthless & pointless. I assume you're referring to mankind. Humans can be cruel, but if take a leap & actually explore humanity, I'm hopeful that you'll find at least one thing or human that makes your life illuminate.



Because it's final i don't believe in the afterlife etc.

I hope i find one thing or human that makes my life illuminate also that's why i'm still alive...well that and the fact that i can't commit suicide due to my phobia of death ...which is probably a good thing


You know, two years ago I attempted suicide by drinking a fifth of Evan Williams while taking 26 10mg Valium within a 45 minute period. I suppose it should be noted I had a very high tolerance for benzodiazepines at the time. But I woke up nearly 35 hours later, stereo still playing, in a hazy fog legitimately wondering if I were dead. But I wasn't And no, my life is not perfect now. Far from it. But I don't hate it. I'm glad your ironic phobia keeps you here, but don't think your situation is permanent. At any moment someone could enter your life & turn it upside down, in the best way. I guess they would turn it right side up. Stay afloat, friend.
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Posted 4/5/16 , edited 4/5/16

Deaggy-Stardust wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Deaggy-Stardust wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

Realizing i have a phobia of death and choosing to spend my life to try to ease that.

or

Realizing the world is worthless and pointless and that i hate it


either or...


So do you fear death because you think it is final & you wish to experience more or do you fear death because you think there may be something horrifying awaiting after you lose your soul?
I'm sorry you feel the world is worthless & pointless. I assume you're referring to mankind. Humans can be cruel, but if take a leap & actually explore humanity, I'm hopeful that you'll find at least one thing or human that makes your life illuminate.



Because it's final i don't believe in the afterlife etc.

I hope i find one thing or human that makes my life illuminate also that's why i'm still alive...well that and the fact that i can't commit suicide due to my phobia of death ...which is probably a good thing


You know, two years ago I attempted suicide by drinking a fifth of Evan Williams while taking 26 10mg Valium within a 45 minute period. I suppose it should be noted I had a very high tolerance for benzodiazepines at the time. But I woke up nearly 35 hours later, stereo still playing, in a hazy fog legitimately wondering if I were dead. But I wasn't And no, my life is not perfect now. Far from it. But I don't hate it. I'm glad your ironic phobia keeps you here, but don't think your situation is permanent. At any moment someone could enter your life & turn it upside down, in the best way. I guess they would turn it right side up. Stay afloat, friend.


Thanks and i will i hope you are much better now.

Posted 4/5/16

Jarexx wrote:

When I found out about masterbating.


This may be a troll post, but there is undoubtedly merit in said realization. Masturbation was/is a game changer. I remember the very first time I masturbated. I felt so guilt afterwords, as if I murdered someone. And I wasn't even religious. I think most of the guilt was a result of stealing my brother's data CD.
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Getting married, moving cross country from MD to CA to VA to MS, and finally the divorce 10 years later... Hard to talk about much of anything without some mention of the ex because he was the reason we moved all over the country, plus the issues he had that had been carefully hidden from me during our courtship seriously impacted everything we did. After spending 10 years "walking on eggshells" because of his bipolar issues and his anti-social personality disorder as well as everything being affected by his paranoia getting back to normal after the divorce is a work in progress. There are still days when I walk into the grocery store and see everything as "he likes it, he doesn't like it" instead of as healthy food that I'd eat or junk food I should avoid.
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I ate 4 tabs of acid once. My goodness, you don't know life changing until you try acid.
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Deaths in the family.
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The day I decided to become Catholic.
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Falling in love with my best friend

Still married 20 years later. Still best friends.


I'm not the only one to fall in love with my best friend

We thought we may be the only ones XD
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Posted 4/5/16
The moment I had a hick-up and burp at the same time.
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Posted 4/5/16 , edited 4/5/16
Nothing comes to mind in particular. Who I am is the result of a variety of environmental happenings and people. You may personally find meaning in these events but I don't.
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Posted 4/5/16 , edited 4/5/16

Same shit, new day therefore completely mundane. I haven't experienced anything life changing since I've lived the same routine for 20 years and I'm content with that. I still feel the same as I do when I was little. None of my morals or values have changed. Everything that happens to me in the grand scheme is small. Thus, there's no reason for anything... Life's goes on and no fks were given.

Also, I don't understand the point of living for something, having hobbies and etc. It's all a past time.

And just a disclaimer, I'm not depressed.
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Posted 4/5/16
My brother recently got out of a month long coma, after getting septic shock while taking chemo for his leukemia he got diagnosed with 6 weeks ago. I've learned how fragile life is, and what it truly means to be strong. Also, a father figure in my life passed away, and I'm pretty sad, since he was a lovable and charitable person who always gave from his heart. He makes me want to work hard in life so I can also give help to others like he did.
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