Old help I was Neutra. Helptogo I was Space Weaver. Now I'm Neutra again. Lived in a forest, now I live in a city, went to college, shenanigans happened, found long lost family, in college for masters, write online, all kinds of things really

Writer, journalist, poet, spoken word artist, novelist, online reviewer

Here's where I write reviews:

Where did you grow up?

Alone in a forest

Where do you live now?

In a city

What is the highest level of education you have attained?

BA in journalism, currently pursuing masters

What subjects did/do you enjoy most at school?

None, hated highschool

What's your favorite sport or sports?

Don't like sports

What kind of jobs have you held? Industries too!

a few

What hobbies are you into?

I like lots of things

What causes are you concerned about today?

Concerned about a lot of things

If you claim a political party affiliation, which is it?

None, don't do politics

Which religion (if any) do you follow?

I have my opinions on things

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I leave for five minutes...

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And this place is completely different. Does anyone even remember who I am lol

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People looking at a picture of people looking at pictures, this sounds like putting two mirrors in front of each other to see infinite dimensions

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I leave for five minutes...

CaraMia wrote:
NEUTRA!!!! Welcome home!!!!
Yes, you are the one who used to torture my brain because you wouldn't tell me who you were on the original HELP site.
You really kept me going!! ๐Ÿ˜Š
You've been missed...Great to see you.
NOWWWW I do remember you.... ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

CaraMia, oh yeah, I remember that:p
Well, looks like that cat's out, I am indeed the one who use to bend space and time. It's great to be back:D

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finally in need to ask for some real help about this situation im in.

Araz wrote:

Neutra-The-SpaceWeaver wrote:
Can't you just find a job you like? If you have a job that is stressful but pays decent, you're still in for a long week. However, if you have a job you love, you never have to work a day in your life

Iโ€™m 99.99% sure that a โ€œjob you loveโ€ only exists in fiction. At least it does for me, anyways.

Nah, it's for everyone. Maybe, at the time, it's slightly out of reach, but it's there, likely in another area, but it exist. There's something for everyone

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can someone explain to me why are flat earthers growing by the numbers believing something so stupid?

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Being 'green'.

Error wrote:

Neutra-The-SpaceWeaver wrote:
Yeah, the older generation doesn't realize that maybe going green wasn't an option back in the day. On the other side, I can see this as an opportunity for the older generation to live a healthier future

Odd. It would be nearly impossible to say what you have after having actually read the Post.
What "Older Generation" exactly are you referring to? The generation that was raised up on wood, paper, parchment, glass and iron...or....the generation raised up plastic, styrofoam and other petroleum related products?
I don't think you know the meaning of "green" as well as you think. The chances are, every diaper that was cenched to the a$$ of your generation can still be found in an overseas dumpsite....
Meanwhile, the cloth diapers that graced my rear was laundered and in the end, found their way into dads garage where they were used for automotive rags - and those were burned when their purpose was completely finished.

You've never seen older country folks from back in the day. They have those old ways of thinking, 'I've been doing...for...years, I'm not changing' while they don't bother to give anything a shot. Lol, I spent over 25 years living in a forest, and spent my time on campus recycling, not to mention I use to write articles and cover stories about different groups cleaning up communities and replacing old materials to better the environment, I'm pretty sure I know what going green is.

Now, those diapers you mentioned floating in the sea (which aren't even my generation, lol), yeah you said they may not be as disposable as a 'cloth' diaper. What you didn't say was how garbage, such as those diapers are collected and refurbished into other materials that help our society today. You know, there's an entire park out here that's made completely out of recycled trash. Children play there daily, it's a skate park, exercise area, events are hosted there, and there are two man-made ponds around it. If I list the materials we use here that are from recycled material, we'd be here all day, but my point is anyone can go green, including the people from way back.

Araz wrote:
I wrote this long response and then deleted it because who cares, people listen to formulate their own responses, not comprehend, honestly it doesnโ€™t really matter what I think in the grand scheme of things anyways.

I agree, but it's not just you, it's everyone. Just because you can't convince someone of something doesn't make the outcome any different:/

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Just a rather dark rant.

This is why it's mandatory to take care of yourself mentally and spiritually. If you take a day for yourself, some mistake it for laziness. No. You need to take care of yourself before anyone else. If you are to contribute to society, to the world around you, you must first take care of yourself. It's vital that you take time out to do the things you love, laugh at what makes you chuckle, enjoy looking at the beautiful sky, be around your loved ones, or simply just appreciate that it's another day and that you're here to see it

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Being 'green'.

Yeah, the older generation doesn't realize that maybe going green wasn't an option back in the day. On the other side, I can see this as an opportunity for the older generation to live a healthier future

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