1. I stopped at a red light and saw an attractive young man jamming out to “Stairway to Heaven,” in a Chevy truck next to me, but as soon as I looked at him, he flashed his blinding white teeth at me as his eyes started oozing out tar and smoke billowed from his nostrils – then the light turned green, but when I pressed on the gas as hard as I could, the engine began to sputter.
There’s nothing like getting lost in a children’s book and finding whole new path to your own heart.
3. Being deliberately ignored and excluded
1. You don’t see yourself as too spiritual or too good for this world.
Many times in your life, you’ve probably felt like you didn’t belong in the world.
Guilt may hold fast to you, but you’re still moving, despite how much it’s pulling you back.
Those with a strong victim mentality will villainize you for being more fortunate than they are and believe you’re not doing enough to help.
The reaper is nothing to be feared, but I fear him anyway.
You tend to overanalyze the way you come across to other people, from every single angle possible.
This mentality severs connections and instills irrational paranoia. It makes you feel like you’re better than you really are, and it skews how you view other people