Awww, thank you Mr. Fyre. *waits for someone to tackle phenomenology*
I would love to see others insert 'a topic' for the 'what' and explore the possibilities.
Sounds like fun. But sadly you've kinda set the bar a little high there, Oreo.Why not?
What's stopping you? I don't mean this rhetorically, I mean it as a genuine question. Why is it you can't do the things you want? Do you lack the skills? The time? The money? Why what is not and what is?
Why are those things stopping you? Is this a genuine roadblock in your way or a roadblock you've created in your mind? Is the lack of money, say, really
stopping you from doing it or can you find another, cheaper, way of doing it?Why not what not is?
So the lack of money is real and not imaginary. Fine, it happens. All you need to do is tag a thing onto the beginning of your to do list. "Get Money" becomes item one. And then back to the top. Why don't you have money? What's stopping you?Why is what not not?
But while you're getting money or learning skills or making time, you're not doing something else. Be aware of that. Embrace it. Scream from the top of a rooftop that you know full well that while you're working on this
project you're not working on that
one but thats fine because, goddamnit, this is important to me. Be aware of the costs and consciously accept them.Why not live in a world of fantasy?
Because its too fragile. Imagine your perfect fantasy world, sure. But then go out and make a solid plan for making that ideal world the real world.