It’s a strange thing to wake up one morning and have a realisation; a life defining, direct, no-nonsense realisation.
A realisation that not many thing in life matter that much. A realisation that the things in life that matter are the things that need protecting the most. The realisation that the things worth protecting deserve the energy and the effort that the things the really don’t matter usually get.
I have realised that. I have also realised that we should not restrict ourselves, especially when original though, and more specifically the outlet of original thoughts are key.
I have realised that HE has a lot more to offer, I have also realised that not everybody sees things from the same point of view; some people are merely inflamatory; some people cannot express themselves the way they would like; and some people are simply not interested in learning.
I have realised that this is a second chance to better the human condition.
Hello HE, It’s Pip.
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Welcome to HE. I hope you have a good time here. That was a pretty good explanation of people looking for appreciation more than the basic need to express freely and truly without hidden agendas. In person, people call this eye-contact. On the internet, people prefer to use their aliases and the things they think are cool, but no one really cares about that so the sustenance of coolness also doesn’t matter. I’d like to correct you in a way that won’t sound offensive, but cool – Inflammatory behavior is the basic thing that keep people restrict themselves. We maybe shouldn’t restrict ourselves, but this also must be to a degree of no restricting limits, it matters if it is acknowledged.
I always thought it’s spelled Realizing.