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from an 2018 wizchan pdf

"Hell is other people"

At a certain point on being Alone Forever (that is, the thing you became, not how you feel like in this moment) you probably no longer expect other people to do anything for you, to provide to someone, make anyone proud or certain things like that. Even then you don't really feel like a failure.

The only real failure is to NOT recognize that you have imported all your concepts of success and failure from other people, a parallel world that even by you hearing and looking at, it has nothing to do with you. You are yourself, remember that.

When you’re Alone Forever, you spend a lot of time listening to other people talk about how they live their lives and spend their time. Other people's lives are populated by other people, and by all the events and warmth thereof. Marriage, children, parties, holidays, meals at restaurants, strolling around shopping malls together – to us it’s effectively another world, another reality. Even if we’ve progressed past the point where we want to have people in our daily lives, people are so obsessed with people that we cannot help but be infected by their incessant chatter. Even when we’re alone and there are no other people around, we still have to contend with our own conditioned expectations of what constitutes ‘real life’, and with how very far away we are from it. There is no escape. Every character in books, on TV, and in movies has the same kind of life, more or less. Wife, husband, friends, job, meaningful activities. There is never any escape from the stark evidence of how other people live their lives, and how we don’t live anything like them.

The solitary individual matters very little to the socialized majority. This NEEDS to be known and understood. You cannot be crying about not belonging to THAT thing, the groupie thing. You have made a point about it before,and always felt off or ill about it. You just don't belong to it, you can see it clear as day now.

There might had a moment where you wouldn't become an Alone Forever, maybe having friends, a girlfriend, going out, all that normie stuff. These days, you finally see: that ship has long sailed, you can only look in the horizon of what could have been. You are alone now, in your room with your thoughts, and gotta face it.

On this point suicide is a complicated thing, you can always do it, I mean who would even care about it or mourn for you? But still, there is a hope in the end, that this life just might be enough pleasantly to live through, between the nothingness, and being delighted in your favorite activity: whether a big project or some piece of entertainment, the latter is nicer.

Terrence Howard Shares His Innermost Thoughts on the Emmy Red Carpet.jpg


So just keep on pushing it, until you forget all the idealism of 'what could have been', and become happy of what already became of you, living day per day until in the end, ideally at a time and in a manner of your own choosing, there the great release of death waits for you...
 

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suicide is a complicated thing, you can always do it, I mean who would even care about it or mourn for you?
i think i would. there's something "deep" and "profound" that lives with me as i walk through time while demi-more people die. i say demi-more cause me and my husband have terms to describe direction in our language. we started doing it when trevor moore died. what's in the direction of good and more is trevor-more. bad and more is demi-more. we also ask the first green power ranger to roll back the footage of our livestreams to help us remember what we were talking about or look something up. your comment when i introduced myself here gave me a positive feeling. they didn't have to die and neither do you. tommy's case is painful cause it was a suicide. from what my husband told me, he felt the need to kill himself in front of his lady, and i think he had a kid. a wedge was driven between man and woman since we were different things, yet everyone for some reason has this preconceived understanding of what it means for a woman to be with a man and a man to be with a woman. how long has this bad way of understanding been going on and how much of our history of understanding human has been preconceived? what human controlled environmental factors have effected our relationship and how has it changed over time? what is the history between man and woman, where has it led and where could it lead us? how much do our expectations, blind spots, misunderstandings and lack of power over our own minds and bodies keep us from understanding what the problem is and how to fix it? is there a problem? is there a solution? because i think i've figured out the science of what it means to be alive and been able to apply a math to represent it and i've watched the same results come back over and over and again, the state of human devastation devastates me to my bone marrow. there's so much hurt that seems so meaningless and senseless. but really, measuring that hurt is an intracule part of the science of what it means to be alive. i think we had to get here to the bottom of the barrel to start coming back up with our newly fortified understanding of free will. i learned something about myself when trevor moore died, i learned trevor-more about the state of the people around me when tommy died. i don't have anything to learn from yours. anyone, including you, can start feeling better now if i do my best to share what i know and you start the chain reaction in yourself by making the decision to treat life as something that can be loved and wanted objectively, not just endured subjectively while you wait for death. too long didn't read: ¯\_ (ツ)_/¯ ll-700x552.jpg
 

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i don't have anything to learn from yours. anyone, including you, can start feeling better now if i do my best to share what i know and you start the chain reaction in yourself by making the decision to treat life as something that can be loved and wanted objectively, not just endured subjectively while you wait for death. too
I don't know, that might be true
 

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I agree. In a sense, it could be advantageous having minimal social ties and not being beholden to other people's demands and expectations.
I agree as well thing is if there are no other people to help you you'll have to learn the things that you do not know how to fix / do yourself and it'll take A LOT of time
 

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from an 2018 wizchan pdf

"Hell is other people"

At a certain point on being Alone Forever (that is, the thing you became, not how you feel like in this moment) you probably no longer expect other people to do anything for you, to provide to someone, make anyone proud or certain things like that. Even then you don't really feel like a failure.

The only real failure is to NOT recognize that you have imported all your concepts of success and failure from other people, a parallel world that even by you hearing and looking at, it has nothing to do with you. You are yourself, remember that.

When you’re Alone Forever, you spend a lot of time listening to other people talk about how they live their lives and spend their time. Other people's lives are populated by other people, and by all the events and warmth thereof. Marriage, children, parties, holidays, meals at restaurants, strolling around shopping malls together – to us it’s effectively another world, another reality. Even if we’ve progressed past the point where we want to have people in our daily lives, people are so obsessed with people that we cannot help but be infected by their incessant chatter. Even when we’re alone and there are no other people around, we still have to contend with our own conditioned expectations of what constitutes ‘real life’, and with how very far away we are from it. There is no escape. Every character in books, on TV, and in movies has the same kind of life, more or less. Wife, husband, friends, job, meaningful activities. There is never any escape from the stark evidence of how other people live their lives, and how we don’t live anything like them.

The solitary individual matters very little to the socialized majority. This NEEDS to be known and understood. You cannot be crying about not belonging to THAT thing, the groupie thing. You have made a point about it before,and always felt off or ill about it. You just don't belong to it, you can see it clear as day now.

There might had a moment where you wouldn't become an Alone Forever, maybe having friends, a girlfriend, going out, all that normie stuff. These days, you finally see: that ship has long sailed, you can only look in the horizon of what could have been. You are alone now, in your room with your thoughts, and gotta face it.

On this point suicide is a complicated thing, you can always do it, I mean who would even care about it or mourn for you? But still, there is a hope in the end, that this life just might be enough pleasantly to live through, between the nothingness, and being delighted in your favorite activity: whether a big project or some piece of entertainment, the latter is nicer.

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So just keep on pushing it, until you forget all the idealism of 'what could have been', and become happy of what already became of you, living day per day until in the end, ideally at a time and in a manner of your own choosing, there the great release of death waits for you...

You shouldn't look at failure as a bad thing. I failed a thousand times before I finally succeeded... You don't forge a strong sword without testing the metal and burning it a thousand times. Man up sally wag and go fail some more..
 
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