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I don’t like pain.
– Edward Bryant
There’s no way my body can be fixed, but what we can hope to do is keep all the deteriorative processes as minimal as possible.
I make a genuine distinction between loneliness and aloneness. I know what each is like. There are times I’m lonely. But there are also many times when I need to be alone, when I don’t want the feeling of someone else in the house other than the cats.
People think I write weird, but there are people at Death Equinox that make me look like Danielle Steele.
The future is no longer indefinite. Time has become very finite to me and very precious.