When I was a wittle boy, I could think exceedingly clearly. I was totally free to think to a great degree about whatever I wanted. And, what I chose think about, was how to do the most good. As I got lonelier I could no longer think as clearly as I used to. I used see couples walking the streets and think “wow, they must think so clearly, they must be able to make awesome positive impacts together!”. Few things hurt my sense of selflessness more when the reality of what they saw in each other sunk in.
Now that I am an adult, I do not wish to curb the next generation's sense of selflessness. I don't want to do anything to put them through what I went through. The only folks who I wish the spend extended time with are those who used their extra clarity to help the world, and those who value their time enough that they spend extended moments together with the same.
Things that are not really on my radar: Drugs, Alcohol, Piercings, tattoos, how someone looks, fashion, food.
Things that are on my radar: lightning, defeating bad guys, wisdom, old people, robots, solar eclipses, keeping the world safe, deservingness, not taking things for granted, and how to help dear ones to achieve their potential
Been trying my best to eat and train like a bodybuilder. I have been making progress, despite being vegan.
the psychopathy of everyday life
the Lucifer effect
But to me, these are all just metaphor for something more important. If you have excellent problem solving skills, I'd be interested in your hobbies too.
At any moment, any given person anywhere in the world could decide to try their best in a field that affects me, and...COMPLETELY... CHANGE... EVERYTHING.
Oh man! someone reading this could decide that right now! :O
What is the nicest way to handle a situation where someone is mean to you.
Some children really look up to me (perhaps even some children who don't exist yet might one day look up to me). If I let people speak to me the way most speak to each other on here, their precious minds would probably melt. I'm thinking, get as far away from that as possible lol.
I put a lot of effort into not being "loser-ly". I like people who feel the need to check to make sure the person they are associating with isn't loser-ly. I like to see interesting ways people check is someone is loserly or not. When I meet people who don't check me, I'm thinking "woh there, what kind of person do they thing I am? ", "Would I need to take care of this person to make sure they don't associate with loserly people?", and "Is all my effort to not be a loser wasted?"
I'm looking converse with people online who I get along with on an instant messenger. You should message me if you want to chat.