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Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Lugubrious » 7 April 2020, 07:15

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Without friends, money or prospects.
Any philosophers from the past still exists? Youth covered in darkness and loneliness awaits another.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Marmaduke » 7 April 2020, 07:41

What have you been taking?
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Eryx » 7 April 2020, 17:04

How deep
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Brenden » 7 April 2020, 18:33

r/im14andthisisdeep
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Halt Arrtay » 10 April 2020, 02:35

Wow, pretty deep.
An eye for an eye, and the world goes blind.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Neuro » 10 April 2020, 04:13

Believe in yourself.
Make a tiny change.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby InternetShrink » 10 April 2020, 09:48

Lugubrious wrote:Image
Without friends, money or prospects.
Any philosophers from the past still exists? Youth covered in darkness and loneliness awaits another.

This was me in phi121.
That'll be 500 bucks.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Lugubrious » 27 May 2021, 20:01

You know the feeling of solitude in this world?
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby betonhaus » 28 May 2021, 05:51

Philosophers never died, they just started writing fiction. At the heart of every story is the authors understanding of what things are and what they could be.

On amazon there's a 10 book ebook discography of the Shifters and Partners series by Hollis Shiloh, I found that to be a really good way to fill the void of loneliness while I tried to get my life going again. https://www.amazon.ca/Shifters-Partners ... 01MXXX802/

Other then that, try daily exercise. Even if it's ju5a a little bit, set up a routine that gets you out of the house.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby McTaggartfan » 28 May 2021, 06:44

betonhaus wrote:Philosophers never died, they just started writing fiction. At the heart of every story is the authors understanding of what things are and what they could be.

On amazon there's a 10 book ebook discography of the Shifters and Partners series by Hollis Shiloh, I found that to be a really good way to fill the void of loneliness while I tried to get my life going again. https://www.amazon.ca/Shifters-Partners ... 01MXXX802/

Other then that, try daily exercise. Even if it's ju5a a little bit, set up a routine that gets you out of the house.


Apologies, but what exactly do you mean when you write that philosophers "just started writing fiction"?
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby rogonandi » 28 May 2021, 07:41

Finding happiness during terrible times is true rebellion.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby betonhaus » 28 May 2021, 08:47

McTaggartfan wrote:
betonhaus wrote:Philosophers never died, they just started writing fiction. At the heart of every story is the authors understanding of what things are and what they could be.

On amazon there's a 10 book ebook discography of the Shifters and Partners series by Hollis Shiloh, I found that to be a really good way to fill the void of loneliness while I tried to get my life going again. https://www.amazon.ca/Shifters-Partners ... 01MXXX802/

Other then that, try daily exercise. Even if it's ju5a a little bit, set up a routine that gets you out of the house.


Apologies, but what exactly do you mean when you write that philosophers "just started writing fiction"?

Let me put it this way. have you ever read a book and learned something new, or thought about something in a way you didn't before?
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby McTaggartfan » 28 May 2021, 10:02

betonhaus wrote:
McTaggartfan wrote:
betonhaus wrote:Philosophers never died, they just started writing fiction. At the heart of every story is the authors understanding of what things are and what they could be.

On amazon there's a 10 book ebook discography of the Shifters and Partners series by Hollis Shiloh, I found that to be a really good way to fill the void of loneliness while I tried to get my life going again. https://www.amazon.ca/Shifters-Partners ... 01MXXX802/

Other then that, try daily exercise. Even if it's ju5a a little bit, set up a routine that gets you out of the house.


Apologies, but what exactly do you mean when you write that philosophers "just started writing fiction"?

Let me put it this way. have you ever read a book and learned something new, or thought about something in a way you didn't before?


Of course! I'd imagine it would be rather difficult to get through school, college, or university, if a person never learned something new, or a novel perspective, from a book.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Lugubrious » 28 May 2021, 15:03

rogonandi wrote:Finding happiness during terrible times is true rebellion.

Rebelling against those who only believe happiness is goal.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby Lugubrious » 28 May 2021, 15:12

Oh thy comical colors of life, why does thee exist? But the dark shadows of the past not awaken?
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby betonhaus » 28 May 2021, 19:30

McTaggartfan wrote:
betonhaus wrote:
McTaggartfan wrote:
betonhaus wrote:Philosophers never died, they just started writing fiction. At the heart of every story is the authors understanding of what things are and what they could be.

On amazon there's a 10 book ebook discography of the Shifters and Partners series by Hollis Shiloh, I found that to be a really good way to fill the void of loneliness while I tried to get my life going again. https://www.amazon.ca/Shifters-Partners ... 01MXXX802/

Other then that, try daily exercise. Even if it's ju5a a little bit, set up a routine that gets you out of the house.


Apologies, but what exactly do you mean when you write that philosophers "just started writing fiction"?

Let me put it this way. have you ever read a book and learned something new, or thought about something in a way you didn't before?


Of course! I'd imagine it would be rather difficult to get through school, college, or university, if a person never learned something new, or a novel perspective, from a book.

That's not what I'm talking about and you know that.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby betonhaus » 28 May 2021, 19:32

Lugubrious wrote:Oh thy comical colors of life, why does thee exist? But the dark shadows of the past not awaken?

Ok I'm starting to get the feeling that you may be a spam bot. Either that or you're dipping into the angst a little to deep and coming across as unusual.
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Re: Sadness is Rebellion

Unread postby McTaggartfan » 28 May 2021, 21:27

betonhaus wrote:
McTaggartfan wrote:
betonhaus wrote:
McTaggartfan wrote:
betonhaus wrote:Philosophers never died, they just started writing fiction. At the heart of every story is the authors understanding of what things are and what they could be.

On amazon there's a 10 book ebook discography of the Shifters and Partners series by Hollis Shiloh, I found that to be a really good way to fill the void of loneliness while I tried to get my life going again. https://www.amazon.ca/Shifters-Partners ... 01MXXX802/

Other then that, try daily exercise. Even if it's ju5a a little bit, set up a routine that gets you out of the house.


Apologies, but what exactly do you mean when you write that philosophers "just started writing fiction"?

Let me put it this way. have you ever read a book and learned something new, or thought about something in a way you didn't before?


Of course! I'd imagine it would be rather difficult to get through school, college, or university, if a person never learned something new, or a novel perspective, from a book.

That's not what I'm talking about and you know that.


What were you talking about then?
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