Can you imagine a nearly empty existence?
Can you imagine being depressed and catastrophically lonely?
Well, my name is Sean and that was me. A real catastrophe in the making.
People in society only ostracize people like me. We are easily ignored and forgotten. We are easily appeased when slapped by ignorant hatred. We are overlooked. We are arrayed for the world in an order of polite diminishment. I am absolutely fearful of the “paper ideas” that appeal to the minds of people. Ideas that are quickly taken without years in approach, without thought and examination.
I am pleased to announce that I get rescued from that pain each day in my house. My house is a great lasting achievement of reason. Each approach I make to the house after being out in the world rapidly heals me. I can relax in my house. I can be myself in my house. I feel accepted in my house. I can be celebratory when I see my roommate, Luke. And, we have selected the best, best really nice helpers who belong together with us.
I can really be happy now. Happiness is real.
I can trust it.
I can trust it.
I can trust real HAPPINESS.
My adventure began last November when I moved into my house. Before the move, I was inverted in my heart aims. I was living from my head, not from my heart. I was afraid to be attracted to people and I was afraid that people would not be attracted to me. I was adept at hiding a nasty, painful past.
My head was full of big, rather absurd plastic ideas. I approached my ideas as best friends. I never understood much about life. I never knew how to use my heart for life. Truly, my heart was ossified.
All that changed when I moved into my house. I have aligned myself with the tapestry of my home. I have tapered down my ideas. I feel close to my associates, my assistants. I love Luke, my roommate, and am eager to be near him. It is an easy match. I live more from my heart. I am immensely addended. I am better in myself.
I am in a new place today. I have cast away my jagged past. I am on a living adventure using careful peaceable heart actions to best carefully learn lasting lessons about life.
I was extremely inadequate in my ability to be with people, but my house has helped me to believe in myself. My home is an oasis, nearly indescribable.