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Eeyore 18/10/02(Tue)10:21 No. 5906 ID: b1f1f1
5906

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What is something that seems to be slipping away?

For me, it ought to be urgency. I'm lost between oversleeping and having tireless bloodshot eyes. When I go beyond 48 hours without rest, life is blown out of perspective. It's already so pointless to drag myself through all the same motions everyday.


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Eeyore 18/10/07(Sun)23:58 No. 5911 ID: c8555b

for me, it's passion, and ambition. I go to Sullivan university in America, Majoring in the Culinary Arts, and i haven't been feeling like doing any cooking for months. I set a goal for myself to open up a seafood restaurant on a pier somewhere, and i still plan on following that goal, albeit reluctantly. Most people would probably be intimidated trying to do this, but it feels underwhelming to me. I'm not sure what I want to do anymore, or even if i want to do anything.


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Eeyore 19/02/28(Thu)20:31 No. 6022 ID: 53a6d3

>>5906
Interest in whatever. I used to love reading classic books, playing videogames, listening to new music, picking up girls. Now it's all gone. I broke up with my girlfriend one year ago and I haven't had any interest in finding a new one since then. During this period I tried to cope with this emptiness by writing poems. I thought I had found my way out of my sadness in writing, but I was wrong. I haven't opened my Word file containing all my poems in 3 months and I'm sure I won't ever do again. I'm stumbling through life and hoping it does get better but it won't.


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Eeyore 19/03/06(Wed)15:01 No. 6037 ID: 9da2bb
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>What is something that seems to be slipping away?
Everything.


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Eeyore 19/03/07(Thu)23:31 No. 6044 ID: 40d006
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My will to keep trying... I am just so tired of trying to be happier, so tired of trying to connect with people, so tired of trying to keep things from going to shit again... I have so little energy and absolutely nothing feels worth doing anymore. I live every day putting in the bare minimum effort to stay employed, and the rest of my time is occupied with hollow distractions. I wonder how long my will to keep trying will last. It's grating.


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Eeyore 19/03/21(Thu)19:50 No. 6056 ID: c007e0

>>6022
It is really sad how people change for the worse over the years. I also noticed how i almost can't recognize myself from just a few years before, all these interests that i had seems so far now; i also noticed how my everyday outlook on life has changed for the worse and became more pessimistic but what is important is to not let that everyday view get into your main look on the world which must always remain positive no matter the daily temporary circumstances. Please be optimistic everyone and believe that it can get better again


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Eeyore 19/03/24(Sun)04:15 No. 6058 ID: f3bd7a

Time. I can't seem to get enough, and whenever I gat a little, I don't feel like doing anything with it and I let it slip.
The fact that I'm not getting any younger and that I'll reach forty with absolutely nothing to show for it isn't helping things any.


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Eeyore 19/04/20(Sat)22:37 No. 6080 ID: 56a14e

For me it is my youth I am approaching 25 and I feel like I have wasted most of my youth so far.


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Eeyore 19/04/26(Fri)19:45 No. 6087 ID: 04ee6f

>>6080
You're just getting to the good part. Seriously, 25~27 is the peak; don't let it slip by. Make some use of the only years you'll ever be old enough to make your own choices in life and young enough that the consequences won't necessarily impact your future.


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Eeyore 19/04/28(Sun)02:07 No. 6090 ID: 56a14e

>>6087
Yeah but most people have already done a lot of stuff in their teens and early twenties I haven't even started yet.


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Eeyore 19/05/03(Fri)02:29 No. 6097 ID: 8b3b38
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>>5906
Memories of more simple, innocent days.

I was very attached to my teenage years because everything seemed a little simpler then and I felt like I had a future and maybe a chance in life.

It's only with time I understood all those high hopes I heard about were lies we were fed to believe. I mean, ffs, 20 years later, we got pic related running the streets now.


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Eeyore 19/05/09(Thu)07:50 No. 6098 ID: 251736

>>6090
No they haven't, not really. Very few people get to be Steve Jobs; almost no one gets to be Jeanne d'Arc; whatever you think the people around you have achieved, odds are it will make no more impact on the world that what you have (not) achieved.

You have decades left to find something great to do; for now just fart around and enjoy yourself.



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