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pretty poetic and convincing.
ur totally right.
but the problem is that, in my case the fear of pain prevents me from changing. if i think about it i fear a whole lot more but it can al be followed back to fear of pain.

animations were simple but the way you meade everything go over into eachother was brilliant.

go write more o this stuff, and go be a psychologist so u can help more pplz actually change ( second one is optional)


I'm afraid of changing. My most common thoughts are: "What happens when I die?" "What kind of future i have?" "Why my grandfather died on cancer when i was 10?" etc. I very often think about questions impossible to answer. And often i think my colorful, good and bad past and then i think my life now and start missing years which are already gone and think "Well... I am on past of my future... I'm still only 12 and have my whole life ahead...".

(or Masterkid whatever)

So true

every time i've been afraid of change in the past, it's always ended up to be nothing to worry over, in fact a lot of times being good change. you have captured the very difference between the optimistic and pessimist: if only every one saw change as an opening door instead of a closing one.


I have always been afraid of change, afraid of what would happen if I did things differently and never having the courage to take a leap into the unknown. This got me thinking for a minute, I think it makes people think of how short life really is and for some makes them think about what they could have done but never did. I think the moral of this is that you don't need to get caught up in the mainstream idea of what "normal life" is. Go after your dreams and don't stay in the box! Go out there and make all your dreams reality!


Ima take your advice!

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Sep 14, 2000
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  • Daily Feature September 15, 2000