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  • #16
    Originally posted by frozenmadness View Post

    Well.... if I'd get just 15 months more, I would. In the beginning of 2008, I was in love (really-really in love, more than ever later), and if I'd know what can happen (what actually happened), maybe I could make this relationship last. She said we didn't fit together. Maybe she was right, but maybe it would be worth it anyway.

    But 2009... I don't know, but I would seriously think about it. I'm a fan of Finland, and if I'd speak the language as good as I do now, 10 years ago, maybe I would move there. Now I'm 47 and quite old for that (maybe it's never too late, but it's easier if you're young).
    I do believe in destiny..so sometime one who we loved the most doesnt mean they are our destiny..you will find another love who is sincerely...
    So for me time machine is useless..we have to see the future

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    • #17
      So, it's April of 2009th... I am in my dormitory room, smoking or surfing the internet, my best friend has been taken home by his parents because of his (and mine at the time) gambling addiction. I am counting my debts, feeling very bad, I have no money whatsoever and nothing to eat because of the gambling. I have no friends other than the one described (who would die in a car crash a few years later), I never had a girlfriend, because of my porn addiction, I am in a country I dislike, with the people who hate me for just where I came from. And I am trying to figure out how to make a successful living out of this mess... Not really. I was stuck, somehow I managed to not get banned from my university for fourth year, it's a sheer miracle how I got graduated really. I never wanted to study that subject so I never did, always only tried to pass the exams so they don't expel me, so my parents won't feel too bad about me. Everything about my life was pitiful, you could nickname me with the word pity actually )) The worst part of that time was the belief that I am already too old and too tall and too weak and too whatever else. I was waiting for death and didn't see any meaning in even trying to change my state!

      It would take years for truth to dawn on me, that I can live never dying up to 90s and imagine what a disappointment that would be! You are prepared to die in 20 so you stop doing anything and just get on a "waiting for death" mode, or "waiting for a terrible disease" mode and neither comes through! Nothing more pitiful is even imaginable! I know this now, at 27 I started to radically change and improve my life, but if I did it in 2009, it would have led to even more expressed results in all areas of my life and personality. I would have cleaned my life, built my body, started to learn, married and be enjoying an "accomplished" life by now

      But honestly, suffering makes us wiser, stupidity is a good teacher, rough but good, making a lot of mistakes we start to value what is essential, and wishing for less problems is not the best thing, what doesn't kills us, make us stronger, if we decide to become strong that is.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by movsar_b View Post
        So, it's April of 2009th... I am in my dormitory room, smoking or surfing the internet, my best friend has been taken home by his parents because of his (and mine at the time) gambling addiction. I am counting my debts, feeling very bad, I have no money whatsoever and nothing to eat because of the gambling. I have no friends other than the one described (who would die in a car crash a few years later), I never had a girlfriend, because of my porn addiction, I am in a country I dislike, with the people who hate me for just where I came from. And I am trying to figure out how to make a successful living out of this mess... Not really. I was stuck, somehow I managed to not get banned from my university for fourth year, it's a sheer miracle how I got graduated really. I never wanted to study that subject so I never did, always only tried to pass the exams so they don't expel me, so my parents won't feel too bad about me. Everything about my life was pitiful, you could nickname me with the word pity actually )) The worst part of that time was the belief that I am already too old and too tall and too weak and too whatever else. I was waiting for death and didn't see any meaning in even trying to change my state!

        It would take years for truth to dawn on me, that I can live never dying up to 90s and imagine what a disappointment that would be! You are prepared to die in 20 so you stop doing anything and just get on a "waiting for death" mode, or "waiting for a terrible disease" mode and neither comes through! Nothing more pitiful is even imaginable! I know this now, at 27 I started to radically change and improve my life, but if I did it in 2009, it would have led to even more expressed results in all areas of my life and personality. I would have cleaned my life, built my body, started to learn, married and be enjoying an "accomplished" life by now

        But honestly, suffering makes us wiser, stupidity is a good teacher, rough but good, making a lot of mistakes we start to value what is essential, and wishing for less problems is not the best thing, what doesn't kills us, make us stronger, if we decide to become strong that is.
        i never know if too tall can also be a problem.
        but that's pretty cool.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by movsar_b View Post
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          But honestly, suffering makes us wiser, stupidity is a good teacher, rough but good, making a lot of mistakes we start to value what is essential, and wishing for less problems is not the best thing, what doesn't kills us, make us stronger, if we decide to become strong that is.
          Excellent post, thank you. The insight into your own life and the reasons behind your behaviour is one many people never achieve.

          You’re on the right track, congratulations.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

            Excellent post, thank you. The insight into your own life and the reasons behind your behaviour is one many people never achieve.

            You’re on the right track, congratulations.
            Look, how are you excited. You had already bought your RR, Mr Pörthinger?
            Last edited by dmitri11; 04-12-2019, 04:39 PM.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post

              Look, how are you excited. You had already bought your RR, Mr Pörthinger?
              No Rolls yet. I’m married to a sensible woman so I don’t think a Rolls is in my future. You could easily buy a Lada though...

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              • #22
                Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

                No Rolls yet. I’m married to a sensible woman so I don’t think a Rolls is in my future. You could easily buy a Lada though...
                Have you found a god inside at last?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post

                  Have you found a god inside at last?
                  If you want to get spiritual, this is the wrong site. Instead, visit...

                  www.whisky.com

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

                    If you want to get spiritual, this is the wrong site. Instead, visit...

                    www.whisky.com

                    The projection of spirituality in the individual consciousness is called conscience.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post

                      The projection of spirituality in the individual consciousness is called conscience.
                      No comprendo amigo.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

                        No comprendo amigo.
                        Was this site created as an animal trainers in English?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

                          If you want to get spiritual, this is the wrong site. Instead, visit...

                          www.whisky.com

                          HAPPY ✝ EASTER PAPAAaaa..

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by green3apple View Post

                            HAPPY ✝ EASTER PAPAAaaa..
                            Happy Easter? Are you even Christian?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post

                              Was this site created as an animal trainers in English?

                              ¿Que? Ustedes los rusos son ¡completamente locos!

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                              • #30
                                Good morning amigos~!

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