Point Zero

October 31st, 2011 by The Absurdist

There eventually comes a time when you can see with absolute clarity that you’ll never have the life you wanted.

How can anyone have the heart to ask you to keep on living with that knowledge.

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13 Responses to “Point Zero”

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  1. they just don’t get it, and they never will. They don’t have the capacity to empathize with our sort. The way down is steep it’s near impossible to get back up

  2. They don’t have the “minds” as “we” do.They think very simple.We think further than end points.They will never understand.Ever.

  3. Only 1% of all humans end up with a life the wanted, most don’t even think of life the same way people in 1st world countries think.

    They just hope for food everyday.

    I guess the trick is too accept the life we have, I am at the point where all of my acceptance is used up.

  4. I agree, everyone. My life will never be the way I always wanted it to be. Not even remotely. It’s hard to accept this.

  5. Life is like Christmas. We ask for one thing but get another, yet we still put a fake smile on tell everyone we love it because we don’t wanna hurt anyone’s feelings. Your never goin to get what you want, prolly the only thing in life I can promise you, but you make the best from it. I guess it’s the love that the others put in the gifts that count anyways.

  6. @TC holy shit what’s going on? You’re getting all insightful

  7. The hell’s that supposed to mean?

  8. I don’t know whether to take that as a good thing or a bad thing…

  9. Hey, that IS pretty good. Good analogy.

  10. “The most painful state of being is remembering the future, particularly the one you’ll never have.” – Søren Kierkegaard

    It’s so sad, and it makes me cry so much. It’s like being stuck in an awful trap. The claustrophobia of not seeing life go the way you wanted it to.

    It’s sad, but true. People find it impossible to understand the situation of others. Or they feel scared, they feel scared of your hopelessness and they don’t know what to do. So they just tell you to “get over it”, but in reality they are incredibly scared.

  11. Yes, and even as their disappointment, and your own, increasingly weighs on heart and mind they still won’t let you go. So we hide and die alone.

  12. @TC good thing. You’re sounding all grown up and mature.

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