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You put it well: Seeing the future and weaving it at the same time. I think about it this way... If you can wrap your mind around a universe where there's a version of our world (and other worlds) for every possibility, and all of these worlds are existing at once (no linear time except in our minds...

<t>I basically believe the same--that there's a universe for every possible difference. So, there would essentially be a universe where I was happy right now (I'm not really), and also a universe where I was much worse off. And another where I died one of the many times I could have died before this...

<t>I have always felt the same. I've lived three different states now. I am a writer and can work from anywhere, which is a good and bad thing, because nothing is stopping me from continuing to move around in search of that feeling of home. I've come to accept that I'll never feel at home, at least ...

<t>I disagree that there is no purpose. If that were true I would have killed myself a long time ago, because life is pretty miserable a lot of the time. I think we all have a different purpose, and that purpose can be found by exploring the things you're most passionate about. Unfortunately, we don...

I became a freelance writer after never being able to stick to a job. I've been self-employed for over three years now. It's really the only sort of life I can manage.

<t>[QUOTE=Greenguy;1093540]When I used to live by the mountains in Colorado, in a small town, the power of attraction manifested itself quite often. <br/> <br/> During my first week there an old friend of mine was driving her truck up the mountains. As we were bouncing around I was white-knuckle gri...

<t>I feel that it's really hard for two people to be compatible period, so I don't think that using hazily defined words like "indigo" as a way to judge a potential partner is a good idea. Look for real-world compatibility. What are they into? What are their perspectives on the things that matter mo...

I love the menthol vape too. I don't like all those fruity weird vape flavors. I could see how people who have never smoked would like them, but for me, the point is for it to taste as much like cigarettes as possible.

<t>Please switch to vaping. It's so much healthier and much less addictive. I vape occasionally and it never gives me any addictive feelings, whereas one cigarette and I'm hooked again. My boyfriend switched to vaping after being a pack and 1/2 a day smoker for a long time. He's never gone back to s...

Science is the opposite of religion, for me. Science can only define what can be understood, and I mean understood using the scientific process. Things like astral projection, spirits, etc can't be understood using the scientific process just yet because there is a lot more we'd have to discover abo...

Moldavite ! If you want to make money and see success/progress in your world, get some. It's worth whatever it costs you, but you can usually find it on eBay for decently cheap. Kyanite is another favorite of mine, just for feeling good. Bloodstone is good for protection from dark entities and ener...

<t>[QUOTE=Indi.feat;1116298]yeah but, contact is almost here, though so, um, we got something coming something really bad, i dont mean to be a fear monger, but real talk<br/> to all you.<br/> the GFL are coming!!! and many of your governments are going to let them take over bareing gifts. giving adv...

<t>[QUOTE=Adalis;778597]When I was a teenager, I was a conspiracy buff. Just ate that stuff up but eventually I walked away from it. So I was reading an article on Cracked about conspiracies at it mentioned David Icke. I used to be into him in my rugrat years. So I decided to mosey over to his site ...

<t>I've been saying the whole GFL thing was bullshit since years ago when they all swore their ships were going to appear (I think it was fall of 2008), got everyone all riled up about their big "arrival" and then the day arrives, and nothing... I knew they weren't going to "show up." If you search ...

<t>Exercise is a recent thing in history. As you said, people in earlier times stayed fit through physical labor (and sometimes lack of food). That's why a lot of the rich, successful people in history were fat and the poor people were regular sized. Obesity in the impoverished population has only b...

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