They feel I am FAKEYou and your friend are like cats who ask for attention and then get scared when I meet their demands.
Similarly, I was offered me exactly what I wanted, I ran away, assuming it was fake!
So... When people get what they want, they feel that it is fake.
I only thought, "what does he want from me?"
So you must have thought, "what do you want from me??"
Perhaps I act the same way about you,
except it is my Mom's friends telling me not to talk to your friends, and your friends telling me what to think.
Whereas with you, it is your role model's friends telling you not to talk to me, and I... Am telling you what to think??
Everyone thinks I'm fake. EVERYONE ...
People have very specific expectations,
and when I meet those expectations, they tell me what to think
and when I think what they want, they feel I am FAKE
and when I try to understand their assumptions, they tell me I am deluding myself,
and set new expectations.
If I don't meet people's expectations then they tell me t
Thought Experiment: Death of An AngelFirst, let us assume that there are an infinite number of angels. Imagine them as beings with wings. For this thought experiment we are going to pack them in tightly into a three-dimensional space, but because they are angels, and do not overlap, the space extends infinitely in all directions. For this thought experiment, the angel at coordinates X, Y, Z is going to explode, scattering its light in all directions. We assume that as it dies, it sends a ray of light in all directions, and that angels hit by the ray of light will be affected. However, there is one direction in which no light is emitted. We rotate our three-dimensional space (and all the angels therein) until we set this direction as the X-coordinate. Setting k as an arbitrary constant greater than zero, we hypothesize that angels in the line extending from X, Y, Z, to (X+k), Y, Z to (X+infinity), Y, Z are not affected by the death of the angel at X, Y, Z. To make this thought experiment more interesting, we know that if r
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