Is this what I'm gonna be doing for the rest of my life? Doing...
...the same repetitive thing, day after day. Surely, there was something more to life. From that moment I decided.....
this was the day I would hand in my notice and start my travel adventures in my trusty camper van.
Told nobody, packed up my necessary rucksack. Headed to Northside of Scotland. One of my favourites. Dropped my phone in a deep pond. I didn’t want to be found, I guess.
This much needed trip was also a mission. A mission of the utmost importance.
A mission to help the world become aware of my favorite band. The Stereophonics. My first tactic would be...
...To learn how to live independent of money and the things we are conditioned to devote our lives to so I would understand how and why we chose to be followers of a life of repetitiousness.
'What was repetitious in my life?' I thought.
I then looked upon everything made and saw days, moons, years and the constellations in the sky all follow a repetitious pattern to realize civilization is repetitious and the life-forces of man follow it, via reincarnation, until it has experienced every conceivable experience of man...
I was surrounded by pricks. It made me think of college. Then I screamed out....
I need to gather more strength to deal with this teammate, that i need to work perfectly although he is not perfect and just love to criticize because it made him feel above me...
...although every man is equal to every other man regardless of their gender, but...
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