What is the thing you grab onto most in life? A moral, a seashell, a perfect picture of children running on the beach...

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    Sep 30, 2014 10:18 AM GMT
    Don't be afraid... I don't want to hear about the tips of your thoughts I want to hear the deep down things and you know them and won't tell them.

    For me, it is hiking out on the jetty in Balboa by the sea once again. I just want to do it so bad again. I just want to reach the end of it like I did ten years ago and this time I don't care if I cry for making it. I just want to let it in whatever it is. I will look to the left when I get there and see boats sailing into the harbor and on the right I will see surfers, skimboarders, and body boarders all living for the same cause. Behind me I will see fishermen on the rocks I climbed out past.... It's an escape into a dream. I don't even deserve it. I just want to do it and see if that is where I fit in. I just want to know where the FUCK do I fit in. Sorry it is Monday and I am writing all this but my near death experience is really causing me to do things I have no control of. I am WORSE on my Facebook account right now with friends I have known all my life. Got to give them a break... LOL What is it that means most to you right this moment if an astroid was headed towards earth? Let me make it clear I love my family but choosing between my family and the end of that jetty is pretty confusing to me right now. I imagine a little bit getting washed away by the waves... I don't know. Maybe I should think this through a little more. Don't know why the fuck I am here or why I lived through what I just went through. But in my next dream I want to sour on a comet into other galaxies. Or I want to unite with the sun. Or I want to evaporate into the cosmos and land as an element of life on another planet which has been proven recently by the fact water did NOT come from the sun... It came from dark matter. You and I are living in a dream... SO LIVE IT. I can tell you by experience you can look forward or backwards but the view is the same. Stand right where you are at and enjoy the view.
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    Sep 30, 2014 11:29 AM GMT
    I think I live for moments in time... We all have times where we feel truly alive being around good friends, performing choreography perfectly, taking pictures when you're feel pumped etc.

    The best moments are those where you naturally share the experience and joy with others. You know even playing a game of volleyball with friends can be a shared moment in time where you feel alive ^_^
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    Sep 30, 2014 12:30 PM GMT
    AnOriginal saidI think I live for moments in time... We all have times where we feel truly alive being around good friends, performing choreography perfectly, taking pictures when you're feel pumped etc.

    The best moments are those where you naturally share the experience and joy with others. You know even playing a game of volleyball with friends can be a shared moment in time where you feel alive ^_^


    Love the idea of volleyball or basketball. I love all balls except footballs. LOL HATE FOOTBALL TO A TEE. I would expect the world be more interested in ice hockey than football. I mean football is a cross between tennis and boxing... Just doesn't make sense in my mind. Not saying it is wrong but I don't like it at all.

    Anyway, volleyball is classic fun man. I LOVE VOLLEYBALL. Damn that is the fun sport to play out of all of them, basketball is second best for me.

    Thanks for the input my friend.
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    Sep 30, 2014 1:01 PM GMT
    Memories that I cherish deeply during my time in college. It was the only way for me to get out. As an extreme introvert, even though I didn't talk much, being in a classroom and seeing people laugh and have fun was all I ever needed.

    I think of those memories when I'm not feeling anything; it works wonders.
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    Sep 30, 2014 1:13 PM GMT
    Haruo3 saidMemories that I cherish deeply during my time in college. It was the only way for me to get out. As an extreme introvert, even though I didn't talk much, being in a classroom and seeing people laugh and have fun was all I ever needed.

    I think of those memories when I'm not feeling anything; it works wonders.


    Awe man. That is beautiful. I relate. But it is only guys like you and me that can be lifted up from the depths of the abyss by the simple sunshine of laughter and children playing and their parents smiling and the damn dog of course tied to the bench. LOL Guys like you and I reach outside ourselves. We can look at what we want yet respect it for what it is. We can even have fun with it as you describe. Peace brother.
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    Sep 30, 2014 1:16 PM GMT
    I like the idea that I will be a super villain at some point in the future but for now I am just biding my time in an office job.
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    Sep 30, 2014 1:24 PM GMT
    Ohno saidI like the idea that I will be a super villain at some point in the future but for now I am just biding my time in an office job.


    It better be a pretty damn good villain... describe it. What are it's territories? What is it you want to become in life because if you are here in america you can have anything as long as it serves a purpose. What is the purpose of your fantasy... Don't be afraid. Just tell me what is it?