Let's say you have a wall. A simple white wall. Now you could paint it beige and hang some pictures on it to seem intellectual, or places shelves full of books, or maybe some posters of your favorite bands to entice you to look at the wall more. But in the end, you still have this wall.
I would move or sue the builder for shoddy workmanship.
I'd call a group of cave explorers.
I would make a machine with the wind, and this machine would figure out the symbolism in all this.
Congratulations, you just discovered the wall of life.
I kinda think I get this. Being that I feel like this often lately. Keep trying to plug up that damn hole, but it always opens up. Stupid wind!
So what's missing in your life? A significant other? Did you lose a family member? Were you abandoned by your friends? Did your pet die? Did you recently abandon a hobby of yours?
Basically, what I get out of this is that your hole, let's just say that it IS a significant other, this being the the Love/Romance board, and this hole will be square shaped. Now, you try to occupy your time with drawing, or skiing, or watching your favorite movies, but these are all circle shaped activities. Now, as you may have learned when you were about 2 or 3 years old, you can't put the circle shaped blocks into the sqare shaped hole. The only thing that'll fit in the square shaped hole, is a square shaped block, which is a significant other.
i'll stuff it with all kinda soft things and glue, the stick nice poster on it and tabe the edges.
so, whats the deal with all thus sybolism?
Hey, that's a nice aspect to this analogy of which I haven't thought of in the first place. Thanks!
And yeah, it seems that I am trying to stick circle-shaped stuff in a square-shaped hole. Kinda strange, I got friends, I go out with them, I have fun, but in retrospect, all the fun in the world just seems like some sort of distraction.
don't worry, I feel exactly the same. I go out, have fun, paint the town red, but by the time I get home, I'm just wishing I could be with someone special.
Wow, and I thought I was the only idiot who gets all down by the time he comes home.
And now, with Christman and New Year's Eve, I foresee large amounts of alcohol to drown to keep the facade intact.
10 and 11, You need some sort of self-amusement. Your lack of interest with your life while you are alone reveals your dependence on others. You need to find something to pass the time. I suggest reading. It will also improve your mind and possibly your integrity.
I'd hire a carpenter to patch the goddamn thing. I hate drafts.
To quote Hunter S. Thompson, "Stand up and piss in the wind."
Fuck that hole. How the hell did it get there?
Oh it's not that I somehow just lie around in bed when I'm alone, I have some time killers: working out, reading, playing games, sometimes even drawing. It's just that all of these things seem kinda mundane and pointless
You're welcome. ^^;
Yeah, same here. Okay, maybe sometimes I do lack time killers, but most of the time I have something to do. Read a lot, draw, write, chat... but sometimes it doesn't feel like enough. I can be happy all day at school with nothing special going on (and my school really sucks) but the moment I get home, it's all... mluh.
If the wall is a significant other, I am without a wall. However, I am not worried. I don't need a wall to lean on to support myself. I can stand and face the wind without the need of a crutch. Someday I will have a wall and hopefully a house with it (family). But the wall and house will be depend on my support and not the other way around.