Yes - I know exactly what you mean. A while back I forced myself to turn off the radio/tv/computor and not read books and I nearly cried I was so scared of the quiet and being with myself. It was only a moment. I vowed to continue like this and I did for about a month. And I felt so much more at peace. Then the other stuff slowly crept back in. Its hard for it not too.

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no

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No. Quite soon that is going to be the only thing that will save your life. I hope you've had as much practice as me.

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you're probably right in your second sentence, however your last sentence suggests i might have more humility than you and speaks against your own claims - after all, boasting is the opposite of silence

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of course as soon as i suggest i might have more humility, i prove i don't - some truths are most true when they are unspoken

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isn't that heaven splash? oO lol. i can imagine its that peaceful

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You know this how? caareepy

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it's only nature - i've been realizing a lot of things about myself and the world since my nervous breakdown

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Sorry to hear about your breakdown, that sux. I am in the midsts of this now, kinda. Ok kinda is an understatement but getting better mentally as my vessel hollows.

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thx - it's okay though - it was exactly what i needed - i fell apart because I was trying too hard to keep the wrong things together - failure always teaches more than success

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sorry about your own troubles too - my mind always seems to respond to the abstract philosophical element before anything else

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