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Is anyone else bored to death with life?

 
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Over my decades of boredom I've pinpointed a few issues that seem to be the root cause.

Society is a closed-loop.

We have a limited range of experience available to us, by design.

Our creativity is suppressed or funneled into the mechanisms that keep us on hamster wheel.

Our dreams and hopes are stolen and sold back to us via cheap knock-offs.

There is no fulfillment in being a slave.

There is no fulfillment in living to work.

There is no fulfillment here at all.

Having kids is just bringing more slaves into the meat grinder.

Having a family is what's left from the engineered isolationism we face as a species.

And well, rampant engineered stupidity is boring.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1288478


lol pretty spot on.

You can add me to the "bored with life" club, but i would rather call it "bored with planet earth" club.

The first thought that came to my mind when i was born was "oh no! not again!!!".
When i was 3 i realized perfection didnt exist on this planet, and it deeply disappointed me.
When i was 5 and going to school, i didnt want to go play with the other kids. I would just sit and watch them, or wander in my mind. I thought their games were meaningless, destructive, and useless. I was deeply disappointed i had to relearn how to read and write, i knew i had learned these things countless times before.
When i was a teenager i had a lot of trouble to understand what puberty was all about. I never felt sexual attraction with anyone, not even to this day. I can see it drives others crazy, it influences how people react with each other, i see the effect it does to them, and thankfully, im happy it doesnt affect me lol.

Today im 41 and things havent changed much. Just like when i was a kid, i feel like an outsider here on this planet. I still observe the people a lot, and i dont feel like im part of the whole thing. I never cared about what most people consider a life's achievement. From my point of view, we are destroying the planet doing that, and the people seem blinded, they dont see it. When you look at the actuality, the health of the economic system is always more important than nature and people's health. Im on planet stupid.

I have such a strong feeling inside of me, that im out of this planet after i die. When i tell that to other people, they look at me and say stuff like "but you will have to come back, karma, etc etc"... i call BS on that. This feeling is way too strong in me. If they believe so strongly they will have to come back, well, they will. But in my case, im convinced im done here. There are plenty of other places to go, and i fully intend to go somewhere else.

I dont consider myself depressed. I never touched drugs, not even coffee! I consider myself lucid. Im awake, in a world full of sleeping people. I might never find out why i came here. I had 2 strokes last year, so it looks like my trip here might end sooner than later, and to be honest, good riddance! I have always done my best to stay healthy, because i want to find out why i came here. But it looks like i might never find out.

So yeah, when im done with this life, im quitting planet earth, and i wont look back lol

So long and thanks for all the fish, etc etc
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Over my decades of boredom I've pinpointed a few issues that seem to be the root cause.

Society is a closed-loop.

We have a limited range of experience available to us, by design.

Our creativity is suppressed or funneled into the mechanisms that keep us on hamster wheel.

Our dreams and hopes are stolen and sold back to us via cheap knock-offs.

There is no fulfillment in being a slave.

There is no fulfillment in living to work.

There is no fulfillment here at all.

Having kids is just bringing more slaves into the meat grinder.

Having a family is what's left from the engineered isolationism we face as a species.

And well, rampant engineered stupidity is boring.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1288478


lol pretty spot on.

You can add me to the "bored with life" club, but i would rather call it "bored with planet earth" club.

The first thought that came to my mind when i was born was "oh no! not again!!!".
When i was 3 i realized perfection didnt exist on this planet, and it deeply disappointed me.
When i was 5 and going to school, i didnt want to go play with the other kids. I would just sit and watch them, or wander in my mind. I thought their games were meaningless, destructive, and useless. I was deeply disappointed i had to relearn how to read and write, i knew i had learned these things countless times before.
When i was a teenager i had a lot of trouble to understand what puberty was all about. I never felt sexual attraction with anyone, not even to this day. I can see it drives others crazy, it influences how people react with each other, i see the effect it does to them, and thankfully, im happy it doesnt affect me lol.

Today im 41 and things havent changed much. Just like when i was a kid, i feel like an outsider here on this planet. I still observe the people a lot, and i dont feel like im part of the whole thing. I never cared about what most people consider a life's achievement. From my point of view, we are destroying the planet doing that, and the people seem blinded, they dont see it. When you look at the actuality, the health of the economic system is always more important than nature and people's health. Im on planet stupid.

I have such a strong feeling inside of me, that im out of this planet after i die. When i tell that to other people, they look at me and say stuff like "but you will have to come back, karma, etc etc"... i call BS on that. This feeling is way too strong in me. If they believe so strongly they will have to come back, well, they will. But in my case, im convinced im done here. There are plenty of other places to go, and i fully intend to go somewhere else.

I dont consider myself depressed. I never touched drugs, not even coffee! I consider myself lucid. Im awake, in a world full of sleeping people. I might never find out why i came here. I had 2 strokes last year, so it looks like my trip here might end sooner than later, and to be honest, good riddance! I have always done my best to stay healthy, because i want to find out why i came here. But it looks like i might never find out.

So yeah, when im done with this life, im quitting planet earth, and i wont look back lol

So long and thanks for all the fish, etc etc
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Thats quite a story you have there. Its quite dissappointing that you did not find your "reason" to be here though...

I am 18, and I am also quite bored to be honest, not since my birth or anything. But I find certain things to "comfort my ego" or "stroke my ego" with or else ill be so bored that I cant take it anymore :P

But really, I just cant imagine just going to school, and then living on my own (not very much interested in marrying, since I have to invest quite some freedom in return :/) in some apartment and just working day in and day out, with the weekends free to get off on some booze or whatever.... thats just boringmode seriously, some ppl say: well why dont ya go to festivals or something. Like thats something to look forward to every few months haha

But, yeah, im enjoying my life atm and I love how I dont have much "work" to do this way, I can just explore life as it is. But I wonder if working for that will be worth it in the future...
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But, are you sure there isnt anything that you could find as "your purpose"? xD Maybe your life aint over yet, just maybe..

Also, in my case it might be a bit connected to deppression, but im not very sure :P

Also, you might sound like you are "resisting" the urge to come back here in a way that makes it seem like you have to fight something or something :P It probably works the way that YOU want, its not some dude out there who decides that you have to go back to earth, its probably yourself, maybe you just wanted one last taste of how it is down here so that you can really make your decision to never come back... or something, just thinking out loud here ^^

So, tomorow 11th of April... Bring it on with the "evennt" that is supposed to take place cuz some ppl at GLP say so xD
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all is vanity so what the point doing anything.


We got wise too young...and now we can only wait and go on with our boring life.


Do some hiking ,try to keep in shape .Do stuff even if you dont want to.

I know i dont even want to get out of bed everyday.
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Same here OP...
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Re: Is anyone else bored to death with life?
YES!!

And I am depressed too.

Can't wait to get the fuck out of here!
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OP

I'm with you. Exactly how I've been feeling since I was a child. I'm in my mid 30s now. Life in slow motion. No challenges. I've done very well for myself with little effort. I want so much more intellectually.
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Over my decades of boredom I've pinpointed a few issues that seem to be the root cause.

Society is a closed-loop.

We have a limited range of experience available to us, by design.

Our creativity is suppressed or funneled into the mechanisms that keep us on hamster wheel.

Our dreams and hopes are stolen and sold back to us via cheap knock-offs.

There is no fulfillment in being a slave.

There is no fulfillment in living to work.

There is no fulfillment here at all.

Having kids is just bringing more slaves into the meat grinder.

Having a family is what's left from the engineered isolationism we face as a species.

And well, rampant engineered stupidity is boring.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1288478


lol pretty spot on.

You can add me to the "bored with life" club, but i would rather call it "bored with planet earth" club.

The first thought that came to my mind when i was born was "oh no! not again!!!".
When i was 3 i realized perfection didnt exist on this planet, and it deeply disappointed me.
When i was 5 and going to school, i didnt want to go play with the other kids. I would just sit and watch them, or wander in my mind. I thought their games were meaningless, destructive, and useless. I was deeply disappointed i had to relearn how to read and write, i knew i had learned these things countless times before.
When i was a teenager i had a lot of trouble to understand what puberty was all about. I never felt sexual attraction with anyone, not even to this day. I can see it drives others crazy, it influences how people react with each other, i see the effect it does to them, and thankfully, im happy it doesnt affect me lol.

Today im 41 and things havent changed much. Just like when i was a kid, i feel like an outsider here on this planet. I still observe the people a lot, and i dont feel like im part of the whole thing. I never cared about what most people consider a life's achievement. From my point of view, we are destroying the planet doing that, and the people seem blinded, they dont see it. When you look at the actuality, the health of the economic system is always more important than nature and people's health. Im on planet stupid.

I have such a strong feeling inside of me, that im out of this planet after i die. When i tell that to other people, they look at me and say stuff like "but you will have to come back, karma, etc etc"... i call BS on that. This feeling is way too strong in me. If they believe so strongly they will have to come back, well, they will. But in my case, im convinced im done here. There are plenty of other places to go, and i fully intend to go somewhere else.

I dont consider myself depressed. I never touched drugs, not even coffee! I consider myself lucid. Im awake, in a world full of sleeping people. I might never find out why i came here. I had 2 strokes last year, so it looks like my trip here might end sooner than later, and to be honest, good riddance! I have always done my best to stay healthy, because i want to find out why i came here. But it looks like i might never find out.

So yeah, when im done with this life, im quitting planet earth, and i wont look back lol

So long and thanks for all the fish, etc etc
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 998652


I've been like this since I was a child. People think I am anti social at times. Not exactly. Just not stimulated.
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I was wondering if someone would mention this. I am extremely spiritual now due to the utter boredom with life.

I am starting to look inward. I'm going within, because everything external is a huge bore!


Or are you utterly bored with life because of your innate spirituality?
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I am your age. And I understand exactly how you feel. Your inside yourself. You're there not hopeless or helpless. But there is a dicontent. What do I want? Nothing... Strange answer. You live in america you can do this! Do that! Buy this! Eat that! Blah blah etc...

Here's why I have recently discovered... All the thoughts and "beliefs" are absolutely true. Spirit/conciousness what have you, is the underlying reality that animates the material realm. So if you're at a point in development where the things of the world no longer "excite" you, why be here at all?
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I was never like this before I thought people who wanted to help people were mostly deluded and self-gratifying (some are). But do to a recent transformative event ALL i want to do is explore the spiritual and HELP others in whatever form I was put here to do.// I also want a family someday??

I think alot of us here now were put here to help. To see the truth and help others suffer less and move along the evolutionary path to their own truth...

So I would say look deep within your heart/soul and find the arrow thats pointing toward your true desire. It is there. And it may take something remarkable to move you through the wall thats currently before you. But it must be done.

And one more thing. Remember you are SOVEREIGN. Your life and your being/body/soul/path are your own. Do not worry about society or friends or family or anything. You are sovereign unto yourself and only you can know your tru path..
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yes, I believe that is the only reason I am on this site today...peace
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For the past several years (I'm 32 years old), I've found myself incredibly bored with everything life has to offer.

Of course there are things I enjoy, for a while, but there is nothing I really look forward to. Everything is so boring to me. Every topic, subject, activity... life itself is boring.

I'm not depressed. I'm just bored with living.

I don't welcome death, but I don't fear it either. And I can tell you right now that I do NOT want to come back again.

It's just too damn boring here.

Anyone else?
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Seek Jesus Christ now!
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the routine is pretty repetitive, I'll give you that.
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Over my decades of boredom I've pinpointed a few issues that seem to be the root cause.

Society is a closed-loop.

We have a limited range of experience available to us, by design.

Our creativity is suppressed or funneled into the mechanisms that keep us on hamster wheel.

Our dreams and hopes are stolen and sold back to us via cheap knock-offs.

There is no fulfillment in being a slave.

There is no fulfillment in living to work.

There is no fulfillment here at all.

Having kids is just bringing more slaves into the meat grinder.

Having a family is what's left from the engineered isolationism we face as a species.

And well, rampant engineered stupidity is boring.
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Very well said indeed. I think that you nailed it good.
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lol pretty spot on.

You can add me to the "bored with life" club, but i would rather call it "bored with planet earth" club.

The first thought that came to my mind when i was born was "oh no! not again!!!".
When i was 3 i realized perfection didnt exist on this planet, and it deeply disappointed me.
When i was 5 and going to school, i didnt want to go play with the other kids. I would just sit and watch them, or wander in my mind. I thought their games were meaningless, destructive, and useless. I was deeply disappointed i had to relearn how to read and write, i knew i had learned these things countless times before.
When i was a teenager i had a lot of trouble to understand what puberty was all about. I never felt sexual attraction with anyone, not even to this day. I can see it drives others crazy, it influences how people react with each other, i see the effect it does to them, and thankfully, im happy it doesnt affect me lol.

Today im 41 and things havent changed much. Just like when i was a kid, i feel like an outsider here on this planet. I still observe the people a lot, and i dont feel like im part of the whole thing. I never cared about what most people consider a life's achievement. From my point of view, we are destroying the planet doing that, and the people seem blinded, they dont see it. When you look at the actuality, the health of the economic system is always more important than nature and people's health. Im on planet stupid.

I have such a strong feeling inside of me, that im out of this planet after i die. When i tell that to other people, they look at me and say stuff like "but you will have to come back, karma, etc etc"... i call BS on that. This feeling is way too strong in me. If they believe so strongly they will have to come back, well, they will. But in my case, im convinced im done here. There are plenty of other places to go, and i fully intend to go somewhere else.

I dont consider myself depressed. I never touched drugs, not even coffee! I consider myself lucid. Im awake, in a world full of sleeping people. I might never find out why i came here. I had 2 strokes last year, so it looks like my trip here might end sooner than later, and to be honest, good riddance! I have always done my best to stay healthy, because i want to find out why i came here. But it looks like i might never find out.

So yeah, when im done with this life, im quitting planet earth, and i wont look back lol

So long and thanks for all the fish, etc etc


Ok... So why not try to help the other "sleeping" people. Don't say you have. You haven't; at least not hard enough. We all feel alone but we're not. Take this sight as evidence. There is always someone to listen... We can't just say oh "stupid tv watching zombified monkeys"!! I don't mean to chastise but it actually takes work just to find "work" that is meaningful. No one is going to recognize you/me on the street as an illumined being and wisk us off to fairyland. Even though illuminated you may be. AND there are other awakened individuals, but we have to seek them out.
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Do you have kids?

I'm thinking a family is supposed to take your mind off it for another twenty years or so until you're too tired to care about being bored.
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Paradox, though, because although you are correct here and it does have that effect, you create enough bad Karma to be forced to come back here again.
I'm not too fond of Signatures. Why would I want to end every post the same way?
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It's difficult for someone who sees this pointlessness in trying to find satisfaction in a world where nothing lasts forever, especially in the West, because so many people (read: nearly everyone) is doing such a good job acting as if there was some sort of real satisfaction to be found in temporary, worldly things. But most of them are just good actors, smiling faces trying to hide a miserable confusion and suffering, hiding from the terrifying news that there is absolutely no lasting satisfaction in worldly things. In believing in themselves as the person whom they are playing in the role of being a happy (or at least striving to be happy) person, they build industries of delusion. But the sad fact is that best-case they will make it to old age and become ugly and die after varying lengths of sickness. All that they've worked so hard for will be gone. Who can find satisfaction in that?

But real happiness exists. The truth is, you don't need anything to be happy, ultimately. Your very nature radiates happiness, once you discover it. But to discover this true happiness you need a guide. You need a spiritual teacher you can trust not only with this life, but with all your future lives. So set your intention with forethought. I hope you have the good fortune to meet with at least one teacher, and that you prove a worthy student to them.

The true key to happiness is ALTRUISTIC INTENT. If you seek happiness only for yourself, you will fail. You must intend unconditional happiness for yourself only so that you can bring this happiness to others. In fact, in setting others' happiness first, the better way to say it would be "In order guide others to happiness and liberation, may I discover true happiness and liberation." This is also how you will find a true teacher, since you must find a teacher with this intent in order to learn how to do it. This kind of love will amaze you. It is also the safely-check on your system so that you don't create a monster. Love and compassion are absolutely vital to your quest. They are the fuel. You will nead a master to guide you on the paths of meditation and proper view ("View" being the actual nature of you and all things). Your own mind and body will be the laboratory in which you apply the teachings and bring them to life.

I'm doing my best to represent what I've learned through the Dharma teachings. If I've misrepresented anything or misspoken in a misguiding way, I deeply apologize, and may I be forgiven. I hope that you find everlasting liberation and happiness..
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+1
If your stuck in the myre and darkness of the modern world, this will sound like complete BS... But it's all true, very true. We all have a different "truth" but ultimate truth is a shared reality. If your stuck, whether it be in apathy or desperation, you may just be in the beginning stages of awakening. And truly it is up to people like us to "save" this world from itself..
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Become homeless.

Guaranteed after 10 days, you won't be bored in life, but very engaged in finding a crust to eat.

A cold can of beans will seem like the Ritz.

Absolutely true, but becoming homeless would take too much effort, be too inconvenient.

Better to wallow in meaningless enui!

Enjoy!
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You know... Good point. But this type of reductionism ultimately will not alleviate our suffering. Each man's hell is his own...
And the truth is the majority of people(especially in our depraved vapid western "culture") are homeless.
Spiritually homeless. Why do you think you feel that emptyness that loneliness. That THING in the pit of your stomach that screams "its all wrong!!"
We have know true connection to the divine. Divine oh thats new agy bullshit religiosity. NO>> What I'm saying is we have no connection to reality. We have lost the home that dwells inside all of us. And thusly we spend or days begging for scraps of emotion and excitement; And our nights sleeping on the cold concrete utterly alone and lost..
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Knowledge without application is boring.

For example, I can study astrophysics but if I'm not able to kick up some martian soil with my skechers, it's boring.

I can meditate deeper than buddha but if I'm not able to utilize my spirituality in the world I find myself in, then it ultimately gets boring.

Inner peace and existential maturity are great. But they have little place here. Those that have it don't need it and those that don't, don't want it.

My ability to interact directly with the forces of nature around me have been suppressed with advanced technology. This cut of from direct interaction is boring.

The millions of different belief systems are boring.

Going to live somewhere else is just changing the characters and scenery. You are still in the play. And the play is boring.

Thankfully though, this is only temporary. I can put up with something for a lifetime that would appall me if I knew I had to keep it up for an eternity.

Existence is not boring. Living on a small rock hurtling through space is. It could be less boring but that won't happen because our society has been engineered to suppress our infinite creativity and our direct connection with the fundamental forces of existence.

I will, however, work till my dying breath to break through the engineered structure. I will do my best to ensure that I'm at least somewhat satisfied with my effort to reach beyond the prison of consensus reality.
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Ok somebody posted "Oh you're just antisocial... blah blah blah"... I am not OP... But I call BS. Being "social" is a lie. It's a fabrication propagated by the tptb to force us into false interactions. Cuz you know what I've found? 90%,at least, of the populace are what you would call antisocial.
You have to think broadly. THink in terms of human evolution. We spent most of our time with family and close associates right? We had an actual connection to those we spent time with. So if I don't feel comfortable going out and numbing myself with booze to talk to people i dont know or care about and are just as confused as me... There's somthing wrong with me??! No cuz that is a false social environment totally...
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Furthermore (and oh by the way I spent years deceiving myself and going out drunk to force myself to fit in... so been there done that)
Most of us hate superficiality and this is the cause of our antisocial behavior. I don't give a fuc about your new car you mortgage or your bf/gf... Can we talk about something real. Our world society? What's in your heart maybe
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Knowledge without application is boring.

For example, I can study astrophysics but if I'm not able to kick up some martian soil with my skechers, it's boring.

I can meditate deeper than buddha but if I'm not able to utilize my spirituality in the world I find myself in, then it ultimately gets boring.

Inner peace and existential maturity are great. But they have little place here. Those that have it don't need it and those that don't, don't want it.

My ability to interact directly with the forces of nature around me have been suppressed with advanced technology. This cut of from direct interaction is boring.

The millions of different belief systems are boring.

Going to live somewhere else is just changing the characters and scenery. You are still in the play. And the play is boring.

Thankfully though, this is only temporary. I can put up with something for a lifetime that would appall me if I knew I had to keep it up for an eternity.

Existence is not boring. Living on a small rock hurtling through space is. It could be less boring but that won't happen because our society has been engineered to suppress our infinite creativity and our direct connection with the fundamental forces of existence.

I will, however, work till my dying breath to break through the engineered structure. I will do my best to ensure that I'm at least somewhat satisfied with my effort to reach beyond the prison of consensus reality.
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RE...AL...IT....Y
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That is how it is when you lack imagination.
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That is how it is when you lack imagination.
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do you mean when somebody meets reality?
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That is how it is when you lack imagination.
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Imagination without the actual experience becomes boring.

It does help though.
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i can't wait for the pole shift to make life interesting!
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Can't wait until people stop waiting for major events to happen, then they themselves might make life interesting, and in fact promote a major event in their own lives.
 Quoting: Big'Ez


Spot on perfectly said.

If you're bored, or unmotivated, that's ok for a moment. But seriously, you should try and make every single moment of your life count.

I was almost sent to prison for a crime I didn't commit - and I'm still here, a free man, to talk to you about it. At that time, my only concern was God, my family, my friends and staying out of prison. The Lord blessed me with my life, and I was found not guilty. That was April 30th, 2010.

I wanted some sort of major event to take place, since I had hit the lowest point in my life. Surely something had to get better right? Wrong.

As fate would have it, on December 18th, 2010 I was t-boned at 45 mph while turning left. No seat belt, head hit the window then split open, and then went through the passenger side window...My car then proceeded 1000 feet down the opposite lane until I struck a group of trees head on.

I survived! I was blessed 2x. I am lucky to be here and you can take it from me; I fully know what it's like to come close to losing it all.

Unfortunately, some people need to come close to losing it all to realize exactly what it is they have - and that simply, is YOUR LIFE!

Get off your ass and go do something you HAVE NEVER DONE. Do something exciting and LIVE! So what if the experience is TEMPORARY. In that case, everything is! But while you're here, even temporarily, MAKE THE MOST OF IT otherwise you serve no purpose, not even to yourself and that's actually a pathetic existence.

We've all been there. But LIFE is everything you choose to make it. Enjoy it now, today because tomorrow may be too late.
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Re: Is anyone else bored to death with life?
yes I am bored with life because we are all fucking slaves to the global machine.
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I am depressed. I think about "exiting stage at almost every waking moment, and when would be the best time.

I have so much baggage I wish to not leave behind, yet in case I do, I want those directly affected to please forgive me and understand WHY I did it.



Life, it seems to fade away,
Drifting further every day.
Getting lost within myself,
NOTHING matters, no one else.
I HAVE LOST THE WILL TO LIVE,
Simply NOTHING more to give.
There is nothing more for me,
Need the end to set me free...

...Metallica

Its no longer wanting to live for me. Its a matter of how soon I choose to go and how much I can clean up before I do.


I'm really sorry. I wouldn't expect MOST on this board to know how I feel, but I no longer wake with a smile. I wake thinking how to get through another MUNDANE day which has been kinda like the movie "Groundhog Day".

I wake up to the same old shit day IN, day OUT. NOTHING but the weather changes in MY life...


Suxorz.






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Sorry GLP. KNOW that there WAS a time when it was ALL good.

Nowadays? .....NOTHING.





...soon we shall part
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Thank you all for the advice.




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