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Anyone at the point where they really just don't care as much as the used to?  I'm finding things I used to make a big deal about just doesn't concern me like it used to.  It's mixed emotions, like, none of it matters, nothing I can nor should do about it, easier to just focus on me and keep shutting the outside world out and live in my own personal bubble.

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30 minutes ago, poptart said:

Anyone at the point where they really just don't care as much as the used to?  I'm finding things I used to make a big deal about just doesn't concern me like it used to.  It's mixed emotions, like, none of it matters, nothing I can nor should do about it, easier to just focus on me and keep shutting the outside world out and live in my own personal bubble.

I have days like this often. I think all of us do, it's an ebb and flow affect. Thank goodness there are the 'exciting to be alive days', and ever since my mom passed away I struggle to get excited for the holidays etc. I'd say I've been in a slump for a long time. It could be chemical perhaps, or my getting old and an empty-nester too. 

How's school going, were you doing that? I thought you were. 

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Well... My entire reason for [being] is education.
Not so much that of teaching [a specific topic/point] as it is [how to convey knowledge] of [any topic]
So many people are self-destructive
For reasons of what they were taught or otherwise.

Politics are uniquely hostile.
Within such, there are things [We believe to be true] as do they...
And there are things that [Are actually, factually, provably true]
The latter really not on the grounds of faith - but one is presented with two options.

To fight for the children of humanity
Or to just... [not]
Im of the opinion that [fighting] is at least more interesting than doing nothing.
An [Example of Success] is at least constructive (by example)

to just"not" is at most destructive... and at least... quite boring

Niche is often quoted having said "god is dead"
Few have read far enough to realize that the [Idea] of [God] being abandoned, means the end of (at least one) purpose.

He was saying essentially "Ok, no God? So then what is your reason for living without him? Im listening..."

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1 hour ago, Tacenda said:

I have days like this often. I think all of us do, it's an ebb and flow affect. Thank goodness there are the 'exciting to be alive days', and ever since my mom passed away I struggle to get excited for the holidays etc. I'd say I've been in a slump for a long time. It could be chemical perhaps, or my getting old and an empty-nester too. 

How's school going, were you doing that? I thought you were. 

Nursing is brutal, can't wait for it to be done.

Sorry about your mom, the holidays are rough without family.

1 hour ago, Bad_Wolf said:

Well... My entire reason for [being] is education.
Not so much that of teaching [a specific topic/point] as it is [how to convey knowledge] of [any topic]
So many people are self-destructive
For reasons of what they were taught or otherwise.

Politics are uniquely hostile.
Within such, there are things [We believe to be true] as do they...
And there are things that [Are actually, factually, provably true]
The latter really not on the grounds of faith - but one is presented with two options.

To fight for the children of humanity
Or to just... [not]
Im of the opinion that [fighting] is at least more interesting than doing nothing.
An [Example of Success] is at least constructive (by example)

to just"not" is at most destructive... and at least... quite boring

Niche is often quoted having said "god is dead"
Few have read far enough to realize that the [Idea] of [God] being abandoned, means the end of (at least one) purpose.

He was saying essentially "Ok, no God? So then what is your reason for living without him? Im listening..."

Ever read Julius Evola?

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