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In this time of strife one must ponder and daydream a multitude esoteric concerns, as a means of intentional distraction and comfort.
Tell us, troops, what are your wonders?
I like to think about how lucky the inhabitants of the North Sentinel Islands are. They're oblivious to all outside information, culture, advancements, etc. They've just been living like that for decades, centuries...
- whait, we all know that mg33 is Moderator, right? How silly to answer your own contrived question as a different user.imbecile
- They say it’s been 50k-60k years of isolationGnash
- But for all we know, they may farm children for foodGnash
- Relax, imbecileGnash
- For the record, imbecile, lvl_13 is also a mod. And we also don't know how many more there are. Chill out, mate.Continuity
I wonder when people will realize this isn't something to be ignored and distracted during. More people are going to die. Our food supplies will soon suffer.
Even Naked, America Cannot See Itself In a time of plague, willful blindness is a coping mechanism. Previously titled "Are You Rich Enough to Survive This Pandemic?"
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Most of my daydreaming is largely focussed on being on a beach somewhere around Saint-Tropez. Sigh. Feels a bit obsessive, at this point.
daydreams are worse than nightmares because you can at least wake up from a nightmare.
Not daydreaming but awareness is my thing. That we are just passing through. Be kind, love and do what you love doing. Build relationships, help out in any way you can. Growing older is wonderful, do not ponder what could have been, do not waste your time with failed relationships, or business, or any of that sort. What's passed... is past. An unknown future is ahead for all of us, for better or worse, but we all have to take it in what it is. I've learned to ease my anger, forgive and forget all my losses in life.