And I wish people would stop with the ‘he’s free now’ or ‘he’s happy now’ stuff because whilst I understand the sentiment, that’s really not a good message to send to people who are currently struggling with depression and/or suicidal thoughts. There’s a reason that suicide goes up after a high profile suicide like this, and those kind of sentiments are part of it.
No read more option apparently on mobile so just deal with my rant.
People always ask me how I can stay to myself all day, how I can be happy being secluded and not with anyone. This is how. I can create my own happiness, focus on me, do what I want without others, and I enjoy myself. I trying to break out of that shell, I try something new or different with people, and it goes horribly wrong and I end up getting hurt or fucked over or whatever. I don’t need people because people don’t need me. It’s that easy.
so if you watch the star trek episode “space seed.”
you, in 2014, are watching an episode that aired in 1967, that takes place in the 23rd century, about people frozen since the 1990s, which was the future to people in the sixties, but canonically the past to the characters in TOS, and now the past to you.
so you’re watching a show from the past about the future about the past which was then the future but is now the past again.