February 3rd.//06/100//. I truely think the ironic thing about loneliness is that we all universally feel it as a collective but seperatly. It’s a spectrum. One one side we have loneliness and the other is solitude. I feel like the entire human experience and journey is trying to bridge this gap or to at least just try to find the middle ground. On your worst days you can be extremely skewed to loneliness and feeling so completely lonely and unfulfilled. On the opposite side we can feel alone but fully there and present.
I personally think the biggest difference is that you can be in a crowd of people and still feel completely alone. On the opposite, you can be alone but not actually feel lonely at all.
I’m starting TAFE next week. I’ve almost got all the basic things I need (just some pens and stuff left) and I just want to get things over and done with. Anyway I’m going to also use this space as a #stuyblur for the course. I’m doing Certificate II Animal Studies! Wish me luck guys
Writing crappy semi-poetry (in a christian notebook from a bi friend before they learned they were bi) about how I wanted to kiss one of my closest female friends (who’s bi) when I was driving her home after a live show (drag show) we saw together. Now if that isnt peak suffering wlw I dont know what is