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 No.154[Reply]

Does a bookshelf in a room make it instantly comfier for you?
Any comfy titles to recommend?
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 No.313

>>303
Don't be a dick

 No.314

>>313
I'm sorry, I'll try to be more humane and kind later on.

 No.319

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 No.324

>>319
Time to go search for library pics.

 No.333

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The ephemeral nature of man.



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 No.226[Reply]

does anyone else think about bad shit they did when they were younger and beat themselbes up about it and feel like they are irredimable peices of shit, im no talking like stealing some change or bullying a kid, im talking serious stuff like being involved in gangs and organised assualts and theft and general unsavoury shit? i cant be the only one who feels like i dont deserve to be happy for the major fucked things ive been involced with in the last right?
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 No.236

this kind of guilt is even harder to process because it can feel near impossible to talk about. it's already difficult enough to reminisce. i'm sure when you were in that life, you didnt have the chance to take a step back and talk with friends or family about these feelings. and because it's criminal activity, there is extra incentive to keep it to yourself. i really feel for you and i see the pain you're going through.

is there anyone close to you who has gone through similar things who is willing to talk with you about it? maybe a friend or relative? i'm sure most people who live that way are just as unsettled and guilty, even if they don't know how to express it. if conversing with sympathetic souls is too difficult, i suggest journaling. it doesn't have to be good writing. you just need to get your thoughts on the page and out of your head. best wishes.

 No.247

I used to be a dark occultist, unironically trying to bring the world to its end… Not only it wasn't that easy to process after the realisation of my wrongs, but I had to rewrite my whole way of living.

Tbh if you're able to withstand your old ways, avoid them and change yourself, it's already more or less considered as redemption, both in religious and social meanings. Feeling despaired wont get you to change things to better. If you did bad things to people, do good now. Consider volunteering. Plant a tree. If despair has crushed you to the point where you can't do anything, you absolutely have the right to heal that. If not for yourself, then for others, to whom you can lend a hand.

Anyways, I feel for ya. Past is a heavy thing.

 No.276

>>226
It may be that it's difficult to truly appreciate that which is good without having intimate knowledge of that which is bad. Don't beat yourself up over the past OP. I don't know how else we can learn in life without making mistakes. Sounds like you now have a perspective that could be more of use to others then if you hadn't been there and done that.
>>247
>I used to be a dark occultist
Can relate. Aside from other more mundane fuck ups in my youth, I got caught up in some weird esoteric practices too… but isn't it the case that the big picture point of walking the left hand path is ultimately to burn off those negative desires and learn from them in a way that those who are more innocent might not be able to?

 No.287

>>276
>but isn't it the case that the big picture point of walking the left hand path is ultimately to burn off those negative desires

Sounds like a survivor bias tbh. To living, all is good (c) old russian movie

 No.317

>>226

i feel your pain anon, ive done some seriously twisted things when i was a kid and it's so hard going on with the guilt
i told my significant other one of the worst things i did and they still love me so thats a start



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 No.273[Reply]

Cafees use special tricks to become comfier than anything for luring us in. Do they succeed with you?
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 No.286

>>282
Me too, that's why the thread.
I have a lovehate relationship with those because traces of consumerism.

 No.289

I used to live in an area with one of those corner diners that looked similar to the one in OPs pic. It had been around for a few generations and was owned by an elderly couple. The old lady made a limited batch of sweet rolls in the morning. I'd walk up there and have a cup of coffee and a sweet roll once and a while. I'd usually read news on my tablet while I ate, but sometimes I'd have random conversations with locals at the counter. It was one of those old neighborhood places and not a franchise, so there weren't many traces of superficial consumerism there. I miss that place sometimes.

 No.292

>>289
Yep, that's not consumeristic. At my city, there's maybe an 1-2 loud bars with history. The caffee shops are handled by 20 y.o. hipsters of nouveau riche heritage. Some of them still make want to support them, but 90% are "est.2019" coffee cult spots

 No.293

>>292
In the neighbourhood I live there are no cafe places but the more you go towards the city's center the more cafe bars, fast food and other stalls you meet.



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 No.255[Reply]

Would this be comfy or not? Can humans adapt to this kind of lifestyle?
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 No.267

>>266
You feel comfy in that kind of living standards? Could you elaborate more on this, if you wouldn't mind.

 No.268

>>267
Not them, but it's pretty decent. Not too much furniture, small, nook-like space. I like small rooms more than "studio kitchens" and whatnot.

 No.270

>>255
No. No city is comfy, let alone that.

 No.271

>>268
The place where I'm living has buildings placed neatly next to each other. And I reside in such a building, but the rooms are not packed as they are in the picture. So I wondered what others would think about it.

 No.272

>>271
The packed rooms might be separated "on the other side".
I like the rooms, but the house should be cut in height. Like half of it. Commieblocks are often smol, 4-5 flats.



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 No.158[Reply]

We are nowhere.
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 No.170

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>>169
We are here.

 No.175

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>>170
Where is this 'here'?

 No.243

WE ARE THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE!

 No.246

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Gotta go rainbow.

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>>243
Okay, what do we own in essence? Cool Tech? Ecunopolis cities?



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