I used to think I'd like to work with mentally disabled people, because I thought I wanted to love those who are harder to love, but I'm second guessing now.
I know it sounds ridicules, but I'm afraid I'll sympathise with the disabled people so strongly, that I'll copy their mental state and therefore my own cognitive skills will go down. Other reason why I'm second guessing is that I doubt whether my deepest motive really is loving those who are less fortunate. It might also be grudge for those who are fully abled and respected in the society.
Yes, humor is very important. Though you have to be careful with the self irony, so you don't end up being a parody of yourself.Cerastes wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 4:57 pmAnd because I can‘t change the world we live in, I decided to laugh at it‘s absurdity rather than to abhore it for it‘s wretchedness. Humor is a good way to have a positive impact on other people so they don't feel pushed away by my slightly distanced attitude.
I'm not sure if a spectator or a listener really can be uninvolved. They say there are no bystanders in life, though I'd like to believe otherwise.Cerastes wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 4:57 pmIn my own interpretation Pisces does not need much stimulation to drift from mundanity to spirituality and it is able to sense connections without being a part of the said connections - A listener or a spectrator more than an actor. I'm not sure if this makes sense to anyone else though. There are many different fascets to it.
Nah, we just have a low self-esteem as a