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Life Feels A Bit Empty (Love Sucks) | Feeling The Past and Letting It Go, and Now It Doesn’t

I just recently changed the theme from the website from New Gamer to Ascendant, and the website looks much nicer and cleaner. I used to really enjoy blogging, but right now, I feel like so many things are pointless. Recently, life has just felt… empty. Silent. Disconnected. Just there. I used to enjoy sharing my feelings. Now, I’m afraid that one blog post or one thing I do will define who I am. I’ve missed writing. Perhaps that is one…

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Sharing a Weird Dream

I had a weird dream. I was with a girlfriend or ex. It was nighttime and late. I had previously starred in a major motion picture romance movie as one of the major characters, and I was apparently unaware of how it affected my life and its importance. I was a celebrity, or close to it or was one before. Plenty of people knew who I was. I know all this because I said to my gf/ex, “I didn’t know…

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Life’s Infinite Loop: Life Can Be Exhausting, Especially When Stuck in an Infinite Loop; Wait Till It Ends?

Right now, it’s 3:14 A.M. I’m pretty exhausted from the work week and from doing graduate school work. I also still try to do hobbies. I guess I at least have a good reason to be tired and exhausted from having such a jam packed schedule. I wanted to start a website for my pillow idea, but I feel that I don’t have the time, especially the money even, because the utility bill is due and then so is rent…

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Sleeping and Resting Versus. Being Awake and Producing

Tonight, I fight the desire to stay awake and work on a few things. I thought of things for my self-help book and had to write them down. That tendency happened often when I was a hardcore writer way back. I don’t write as often creatively anymore, but I do plan on getting back to it. The desire to write won out, even though I was lying in bed and had chewed a melatonin Olly gummy. Being excited about ideas…

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I Moved Into an Apartment! | First Move | Part 1

When it came time to finally move, I was very nervous and scared. But everything has turned out okay. I had a great deal of help from family, be it them lending their services, vehicle, or giving away things we needed for our first move. It was really incredible and awesome how much help we received. If it weren’t for all that help, it would have been a bad move. Here is the post that I wrote on Facebook after…

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The Long Journey and The Result; Life Narratives

So I’m at a point in my life where I feel like the work I put in throughout my long journey hasn’t resulted what I wanted. There was the theory that hard work will get me what I want: There is the Life Narrative that if you go to college, study hard, get a degree, then get a job, you’ll be successful and turn out okay. I did that, and it didn’t get me the result I wanted. When I…

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Hope through the Chaos: Fun and Licensing

Today was a weird day. It was one of those blah days. My half-brother was over and I was being irritated by him. I bought a game called Fallout4, to occupy him and keep him busy, and make our time together more fun, and turns out it is an extremely fun game. I went to visit my girlfriend who was babysitting four kids–they were loud and noisy. Being an introvert, this noise was too much, and I had to leave.…

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The Illusion of the Meaning of Life

So, lately I’ve been contemplating my existence. Probably because my mind is thinking about things in the bigger picture. And I was thinking about the meaning of life, and how, partly, at the very least, that it’s an illusion. In the grand scheme of things, humans place a certain amount of value in things differently. Someone could love watching sports and someone could hate it. One placed value on it and one placed no value on it. If we go…

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Blog Prompt Challenge: What is Your Revolution; What Difference Do You Want to Make; What Are You Proud Of? (The Incomprehensible Maze)

  So, I combined three blog posts in one. Because I believe I will get the most writing out of that, and they all seem to go hand-in-hand. First, I guess I’m proud of how far I have made it so far. Looking back, my life path should have brought me to worse places. But… I’ve moved up. Believe me, when I was young, I was a stupid, uneducated boy with bad social skills. And it seemed like I didn’t…

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Writing Exercise: Kevin Scrima’s Obituary

Recently i thought it would be fun as a writing exercise to write my own obituary. One YouTuber i watched named Elliot Hulse recommended it to help regain one’s sense of purpose and goals. Ill free write this for now since im doing this on my phone and have no examples i can use . Well here i go: ____________________________________ “On October 4th, 2015, Kevin Michael Scrima has passed away at 23 years. The cause of his death was the…

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