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strMailinglistMessage2Alternate Universe
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Les-Be-Friends on Sep 18 16, 04:13 (edited: Sep 18 16, 04:14)

What happens when your inner and outer worlds are out of sync? What does it mean to have the soul of a poet, but not the talent? To travel the world in your heart, as you while away the hours, days (years?) on a couch or at a desk? To want to reinvent yourself, when your entire life depends on holding steady where you are?

I find myself wandering away from the life I've made. Driving to the store or walking to work, I quietly build dozens of other lives in my head. In many, I am alone. There is a glorious freedom in solitude that I relish, and often I hunger for more. Not because I don't adore my wife or because I don't treasure moments shared with loved ones. I do, and will always. But even the bonds we cherish bind us; your life part of someone else's life, theirs yours, and every move you make has the weight of consequence behind it.

Being alone gives you a different kind of power. You are free to make choices unfettered, free to move untethered. You speak and act more authentically, because there are no side effects to being your most true self at all times. Who will object to your more absurd ideas? Whose feelings will be hurt by the callous thoughts or crude jokes that occasionally cross your mind?

And so what if you apply for a janitorial job at the Antarctic station, just so maybe you can live at the bottom of the world for a few months? What if you want to move into one room of a house with six strangers, because the house happens to be in some amazing city that you can only afford to enjoy if you're paying less than $200 a month? What if you want to get another degree or take up archery? What if you decide it's time you got a goat?

There are things that are only possible when no other voice has to say yes but your own, and there are so many futures I want to say yes to.

There are simply too many lives out there waiting to be lived...including the one I currently dream of escaping. This one, like all the others, is itself probably a fantasy of some other version of me...some other self who would long for the comforts of quiet couplehood.

Will I ever be satisfied, I wonder.  
strMailinglistMessage2Looking for a relationship with a feminine woman
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: MrsLadyFemme on Sep 10 16, 14:14

Hi there,

I am looking for a great friendship that can grow into a relationship.

I like reading books, sitting in a lovely café and observing well as most outdoor activities...for example hiking, camping, bike riding.

So I am looking for a girlfriend from all over the world who is feminine (this is really important to me) and who is interested in a real relationship based on trust and love.
strMailinglistMessage2looking for
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: jheckmoh on May 29 16, 18:15

Hello there im jheck and looking for new friends and partners from phillipines ..dont be shy im a good person with sense of humor and open minded..anyone have imo or line ..wanna chat us
strMailinglistMessage2Deep South
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Les-Be-Friends on May 08 16, 00:52

The South is not a place. At least, not exactly. Cliché though it may be, it is a way of life, a way of being in the world.

The South…saturates. Rain rolls in in waves, bringing Noah’s flood again and again, leaving behind vast tracts of wet, red mud. There is an abiding, drenching heat. It penetrates everything – asphalt and brick, skin and muscle – and drapes the world in haze, convincing you that sweltering summer has no beginning and no end. The cycle of storms and the humid eternity give a sense of timelessness, a feeling that things here never really change. That the people don’t change.

How tightly do we cling to the past, too, clutching our traditions – bastions in a violent, unpredictable world. Perhaps we hold on too tightly. But even as we take comfort in the known and the familiar, we celebrate outsiders and eccentricity. Misanthropes, misfits, and mischief-makers are our most beloved heroes. Idgie Threadgoode, Atticus Finch, Celie, Huck Finn, Janie Crawford, Scarlett O’Hara…. We love their tragic stories because we identify with the struggle over demons, laughter through tears, hope through hardship, and the desperation to make sense of yourself when no one understands you.

But of course we understand. We talk simple, but a long look into our lives, our past, quickly reveals the tangled mess we really thrive in.

This is a country of contradiction after all, built by beauty and brutality in concert, and thus always somewhat out of step. Here, unspeakable sins are the unlikely bedfellows to deeds of great courage and love. “Love the sinner, hate the sin” is therefore more than an expression; it’s a worldview. We paint Morality in black and white, while in our homes we quietly cherish many exceptions to our rigid rules. And our beloved heritage? A vast catalog of inconsistencies, where acts of real terror stand in stark contrast to extravagant myths of gentility.

Is it any wonder that both gospel and the blues were born here?

To be from this place is to be of it, and those who leave carry a little of it with them always – tracks in red clay that never wash away. And when the thunder rumbles long and low and the air weighs thick…when, after a bitter fight or a deep loss, you sit on the kitchen floor laughing about better times through heaving sobs…when nothing will do but hot cornbread, bacon, macaroni soup…when your grandmother’s voice draws out every reckon and yonder you’d been forgetting to say…when you love someone in spite of themselves, because what else is family for?...those same tracks (ask your mother – they’ll never come out) lead you back home.
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: devstar on May 06 16, 00:46

My name is pay I'm a lesbian and I am 22 turning 23 soon well I'm new here and I'm looking for a friend who does judge me but understands me and expects me for who I am...i am calm, understanding,kind,caring person 
strMailinglistMessage2Hey!! :)
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Mouse on Mar 31 16, 12:32

I'm spanish, but I've been living in the UK for the last four years. I love chatting with people from all around the world, and making new friends. If you want to chat feel free to send me a message :) 
strMailinglistMessage2Literatur for everyone !
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Leo on Mar 20 16, 12:12

Dear Ladies,

when you are interested in the languages: english, french and dutch and as me also
are interested in reading/writing, this could lead to an friendship via mail as in former
days entre George Sands and......who knows this ??

Make me happy with your answers and "littéraire savoir" :-)

strMailinglistMessage2Looking for friends and renewal.
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Olga065 on Dec 01 15, 02:25

I am looking to talk with new people and exchange ideas, information, lifestyle views, news about their lives and the world's around them and whatever they might like to talk about. I would love to hear from you, just drop me a message. 
strMailinglistMessage2A Wonderful Life
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Les-Be-Friends on Nov 29 15, 03:59

Who will remember my name?

Will I have children, who allow my memory to echo forward a few generations before disappearing into time? Will I leave a mark, any mark, besides a brick in the courtyard of my old high school that bears my name? Besides a few unimportant and unremarkable pieces of work from my failed academic career? The half dozen yearbooks where I scarcely appear? Stacks of letters and photos shared among family and friends? A handful of journals that (I almost hope) no one will ever read? An entire catalog of inane Facebook posts?

I am hardly invisible. This is the information age, and I leave many footprints. But I am a historian. Was a historian. I know that of the billions of people who have lived and died on this earth, almost all did so in relative anonymity. Their faces and gestures and words and deeds were forgotten long ago, erased by time's steady march over their graves. Crumbled artifacts, scraps of paper, the occasional moment of greatness (or terrible-ness)...these are all that keep a precious few of us from joining the ranks of the nameless horde of humanity.

In the end, does it matter? What if no one does remember my name when I am dead, disintegrated, vanished from the earth? I often tell myself that what I want most is to live well, to love and be loved, and that's really all. And if that is, in fact, all I want, then I will die happy. So what does it matter, if the only voices that ever speak my name belong to those who now know me? What does it matter if after they are gone, I am also gone?

Still...I can't help but wonder about leaving a legacy. There is something vain in that, I know, but it's there in my mind all the same. "You have just this one life. With any luck, you will one day be old. For certain, you will one day die. What will you leave behind?"

Perhaps nothing of great importance. Perhaps nothing that will last.

Must I live with that? Can I? 
strMailinglistMessage2Hey there
Category: Local Talk (General Topics) | Language: E
From: Lemminglyv on Oct 15 15, 16:27

I would love to make new friends from all over the world. Texts, social media messenger, emails, snail mail; anything really. I won't give away too much information right out here because i would much prefer to be asked as it can be a conversation starter. From arts to books to geeky stuff and computer games. Or if you're lonely and need someone to listen, you have my ears. 
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