Be a possible person…

I have copied this from the web but lost the source

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Be a possible person….
Live as an example of tolerance, patience, humility, and even some kindness (as difficult as that may be). We are all influenced by the people in our environment–they don’t have to be perfect all the time and neither do you. Give respect because you are human. If you don’t receive respect, that’s -sadly- their problem. Give understanding, and you get understanding. Ultimately this sort of behavior is probably the only thing that might get through to them. They may not change in everything, but you can safely expect a change.

How to be more lonely and miserable

1.Ruminate for 3 hours on all the bad people you have met in real life or on the net

2.Don’t get washed or wear good clothes

3,Think of all the flaws of whichever sex you love or would love if they were not so unfeeling,cruel and thoughtless,

4,Tell God you hate him….

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5.Never hug a tree or try a hug,

6.Always get out of bed on the wrong side.

7.Always go to bed too late so you’ll be in a bad temper when the alarm goes off.

8.Shout at your inferiors,which is all of us.

9 Send emails when you are crotchety using words I can’t print here.

10. Feel you can “be yourself” with your family i.e. be rude and cross to them.

11.Never praise your partner,spouse or children unless they are akin to Leonardo da Vinci in talent.

12.Never buy your partner flowers,fruit,chocolate,cigarettes,perfume and never wash their clothes for them

How the hell did you get a partner… at a Sado-Masochists’ Ball?

That says a lot about you!

Rumination is the worst thing for mental health…so I discovered after doing it for a while..

That’s enough for today

“Sex is a con…

“Sex is the consolation you have when you can’t have love”
― Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez

Well,that’s one angle on this life…why could he not have love?It seems being a genius of a writer is no guarantee of happiness.I wonder if that’s why he wrote?

Cheer up Gabriel,I’d rather talk to you than have sex on or off line!

“I have absolut…

“I have absolutely no pleasure in the stimulants in which I sometimes so madly indulge. It has not been in the pursuit of pleasure that I have periled life and reputation and reason. It has been the desperate attempt to escape from torturing memories, from a sense of insupportable loneliness and a dread of some strange impending doom.”
― Edgar Allan Poe

One writer’s point of view on life

How to be lonely…

ChurchyardExtract from an ironically humorous article on Helium.com by Andrew Post

Quote”Every time you feel the need to call up an acquaintance on the phone and ask them what they’re doing Saturday, forget it. Every time you have a yen to rent a romance movie, fight it. It helps to keep a nice stock of sociopathic and antisocial books handy, or watch some television shows about hermits and serial killers. That should give you some role models.

Suitable daily activities that cultivate loneliness are:

1. Sitting in a chair and staring at the wall
2. Wandering aimlessly around your house
3. Reading a book you’ve read a million times over, preferably a Shakespearean tragedy
4. Looking over your old photo albums and yearbooks
5. Attempting to join a club or online dating site and being rejected
6. Going to bed at 7:30 p.m.
7. Checking your message machine and e-mails every five minutes
8. Writing letters to yourself

The simple truth is that it loneliness is a low-effort, convenient activity that can serve as a springboard into a wide variety of neuroses and social diseases. The only side effects are malnutrition, liquid imbalance in the brain, indigestion, muscular atrophy, ulcers and the occasional death from gunshot wounds or sleeping pill overdoses. With practice, loneliness can become the pastime that will eclipse and stifle all your other ones. It may even be the last hobby you ever pursue.”End quote.

And finally  I give the last words to to a metaphysical poet:

Andrew Marvell > Quotes

Andrew Marvell

“The grave’s a fine and private place,
But none, I think, do there embrace.