Of the Heart and of the Mind. Three point one four one five nine.
Sunday, October 26, 2003
Responce to Wed 10/22/2003: "The Quiet One"
And just know, in fact I'd like everyone to know, that you are not alone in your feelings. Then or now. I've found in the last few years that most people at some point before 25 have been there. And most usually find it comforting and helpful to know they are not unique. Not bad or wrong to be feeling or thinking such things. That it's actually normal. Even I have had such thoughts. Depression, despair. "Would anyone even notice if I..." and "It would be so easy to just drive into that tree." Ever seriously considered sitting or standing in the busiest intersection in town just to experience what it'd be like to be hit by a car, or better by a bus? Heh, it's sometimes scary being like that. But you make it through, and eventually things get better. Not that that stops the depression every once in a while. But it's much less frequent. Live for the good times, knowing they *will* come again.