• "30% of American millennials say they are lonely. Over 20% report they have no friends; 25% claim to have no close ones. Many even insist that they have no acquaintances."

    This is most likely the cause of the feeling of despair which leads unstable people to commit heinous crimes & go on a stabbing or shooting spree to harm/kill random people. Too many people rely on social media for their friendships, never really learning what a real life friend actually is. While social media allows us to communicate in ways we could not in the past, it also causes some people to not understand true social interaction and leads to these types of feelings of loneliness and despair. This is the cause that we should be trying to remedy as opposed to outlawing whatever device someone chooses to employ when they go off the deep end . . .

    https://tinyurl.com/y5cuoujy
    "30% of American millennials say they are lonely. Over 20% report they have no friends; 25% claim to have no close ones. Many even insist that they have no acquaintances." This is most likely the cause of the feeling of despair which leads unstable people to commit heinous crimes & go on a stabbing or shooting spree to harm/kill random people. Too many people rely on social media for their friendships, never really learning what a real life friend actually is. While social media allows us to communicate in ways we could not in the past, it also causes some people to not understand true social interaction and leads to these types of feelings of loneliness and despair. This is the cause that we should be trying to remedy as opposed to outlawing whatever device someone chooses to employ when they go off the deep end . . . https://tinyurl.com/y5cuoujy
    The crisis of American loneliness
    A recent survey paints a bleak picture of modern America
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  • #HittingBottom
    June 19 For Thine #arrows have sunk deep into me, and #ThyHand has #pressedDown on me. #Psalm38:2
    Listen to #todaysDevotional

    #Psalm 38 is the sound of a #man #hitting #bottom. It was #written by #KingDavid after his #sin with #Bathsheba. It #records the #sufferingOfSin, #thePenaltyOfSin, the #loneliness of sin, and the #confessionOfSin.

    #HealingBegins when a person is #able to say, “My #life is #spinningOutOfControl, and I cannot #recover on #myOwnPower.” But because we try to #present a #spotlessImage, we find it #tough to #admit we’re #outOfControl. Instead we try to #control life’s #circumstances and #otherPeople. We even try to #controlGod! Isn’t it #ironic that the way to #victory is NOT to #maintainControl, but to #acknowledge we have #lostIt?


    Is there an #areaOfYourLife that is out of control? #Admit it to #God and let His #healing #work begin. https://mailchi.mp/ea87364b7feb/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452537?e=9cbe669f39 #Lord #JesusChrist #Jesus #Christ #YHWH #DailyDevotional #Devotional #Devotions #DailyDevotions #Bible #BibleStudy #Scripture #David #Scandal #listen #dailyinspiration #heaven #success #dailymotivation #motivation #motivationalquote #inspiration #lifehack #fact #father #pray #facts #love #Repentance #Forgiveness
    #HittingBottom June 19 For Thine #arrows have sunk deep into me, and #ThyHand has #pressedDown on me. #Psalm38:2 Listen to #todaysDevotional #Psalm 38 is the sound of a #man #hitting #bottom. It was #written by #KingDavid after his #sin with #Bathsheba. It #records the #sufferingOfSin, #thePenaltyOfSin, the #loneliness of sin, and the #confessionOfSin. #HealingBegins when a person is #able to say, “My #life is #spinningOutOfControl, and I cannot #recover on #myOwnPower.” But because we try to #present a #spotlessImage, we find it #tough to #admit we’re #outOfControl. Instead we try to #control life’s #circumstances and #otherPeople. We even try to #controlGod! Isn’t it #ironic that the way to #victory is NOT to #maintainControl, but to #acknowledge we have #lostIt? Is there an #areaOfYourLife that is out of control? #Admit it to #God and let His #healing #work begin. https://mailchi.mp/ea87364b7feb/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452537?e=9cbe669f39 #Lord #JesusChrist #Jesus #Christ #YHWH #DailyDevotional #Devotional #Devotions #DailyDevotions #Bible #BibleStudy #Scripture #David #Scandal #listen #dailyinspiration #heaven #success #dailymotivation #motivation #motivationalquote #inspiration #lifehack #fact #father #pray #facts #love #Repentance #Forgiveness
    Hitting Bottom
    When we admit we’ve hit bottom, God can begin His healing work.
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  • Check out the #TrippingRain #FeelingsOfLoneliness #AcidRock #MusicVideo #Music #Rock #PsychedelicRock #IndieRock #AltRock #ClassicRock

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/qTirCdFjvIvH/
    Check out the #TrippingRain #FeelingsOfLoneliness #AcidRock #MusicVideo #Music #Rock #PsychedelicRock #IndieRock #AltRock #ClassicRock https://www.bitchute.com/video/qTirCdFjvIvH/
    SpankMeTender
    Tripping Rain - "Feelings Of Loneliness" - LIVE Evan's Audition - Music Video
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  • when you lose your best friend ever and see the life go out of him is the worst feeling of guilt, loneliness and fear of living without him forever.
    when you lose your best friend ever and see the life go out of him is the worst feeling of guilt, loneliness and fear of living without him forever.
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  • Chapter 2
    "The Background"

    People have often asked me where I am from. Though this is probably a simple question for most, for me it is not so straightforward. Deep down I know that I am from nowhere and everywhere; from the same source spirit from which we all emerge and to which we will all return. I was born into this life in Mountain View, California, though that place has little meaning for me as I did not grow up there. In fact I have never lived there at all.

    My childhood was spent living in many various cities and states in the US. We tended to move fairly often when I was young, and I had a transient youth following my parents’ divorce when I was four years old. I spent time in various foster homes and with one parent or another throughout my childhood. The youngest of five children, some time was spent among my siblings and other times, not so much.

    I never laid down roots anywhere. I attended well over a dozen schools while growing up and did not have any life-long friends or any consistent relationships, even with my own family. The only thing that was really consistent in my life was the inevitable change.

    By the time I was an adult, I suffered from abandonment issues that affected the way I related to everyone who entered my life. I tended to keep everyone at a distance, knowing that I could not count on anyone to be present in the future. By not delving into deep love or intimacy, my young self hoped to avoid the pain of separation.

    By the time I was a teenager, I was troubled in many subtle and overt ways. Heading into adulthood, I also headed further into the darkness that I had become so familiar with. I married, worked hard, and built a family and a sporadically changing career, while facing a continual low-level depression.

    The life that society had told me I was supposed to live, the one that would supposedly bring satisfaction did little to quell my sadness and loneliness. I spent over a decade trudging to my various jobs, staying honest and working hard to make ends meet. Despite never having graduated from college, my hard worked paid off with promotions of responsibility (and occasional pay raises), ultimately landing me a job at Microsoft Corporation as an analyst.

    I had done well by the measures of the society in which I lived. I had earned my way, through adversity and now had all the indicators of a successful and happy person. I was married to a beautiful woman with whom I had raised a bright son to near adulthood. We had a condo in a top-rated suburb outside of Seattle. We pulled in a six-figure income. I drove a Cadillac and had access to the modern toys and conveniences that many strive to obtain. Surely, from most outside perspectives, I had it all.

    Most outside perspectives were precisely incorrect. I was truly miserable. I felt that I had sold my soul to serve a system that I did not agree with. I had conformed to a sick society and had compromised my values, while falling for the lie of the American dream. All the money and possessions in the world could not mask my broken heart and sickened and neglected soul.

    I still lived in debt. I worked away all my days and spent my nights serving a materialistic lifestyle or attempting to self-medicate away the depression. My marriage had grown stale and unhappy. My son carried little respect for the sacrifices that I had made and barely spoke to me at all. My workplace was filled with competitive back-stabbers who would betray their own mothers to get just one more rung up the corporate ladder.

    I spent my days enforcing company policies that crushed honest small businesses and favored the hefty profits of serving corrupt enterprises that brought little more than suffering onto the humanity that they claimed to serve in their endless advertising.

    Every morning I would wake (after slamming the snooze button as many times as possible) to suicidal thoughts. By this time in my life, I felt that I would rather die than go fight rush hour traffic to work a job that I despised and to serve a life that was completely unfulfilling.

    My health was failing. My marriage was crumbling. Everything that I had worked so hard for now felt worthless. Worst of all, I looked about the apparent issues in my life and the greater world, and realized that it was all hopelessly broken. There seemed no solutions to the greed and destruction, to the separation and confusion that had taken over the entire planet. Despite having faced years and years of depression, I had finally hit rock bottom and was in total despair.

    Music: “A Song That Is Happy”
    https://choon.co/tracks/0kflvpydvtk/a-song-that-is-happy/

    Image: “Devotions” by Cedar Branches (2011)
    Chapter 2 "The Background" People have often asked me where I am from. Though this is probably a simple question for most, for me it is not so straightforward. Deep down I know that I am from nowhere and everywhere; from the same source spirit from which we all emerge and to which we will all return. I was born into this life in Mountain View, California, though that place has little meaning for me as I did not grow up there. In fact I have never lived there at all. My childhood was spent living in many various cities and states in the US. We tended to move fairly often when I was young, and I had a transient youth following my parents’ divorce when I was four years old. I spent time in various foster homes and with one parent or another throughout my childhood. The youngest of five children, some time was spent among my siblings and other times, not so much. I never laid down roots anywhere. I attended well over a dozen schools while growing up and did not have any life-long friends or any consistent relationships, even with my own family. The only thing that was really consistent in my life was the inevitable change. By the time I was an adult, I suffered from abandonment issues that affected the way I related to everyone who entered my life. I tended to keep everyone at a distance, knowing that I could not count on anyone to be present in the future. By not delving into deep love or intimacy, my young self hoped to avoid the pain of separation. By the time I was a teenager, I was troubled in many subtle and overt ways. Heading into adulthood, I also headed further into the darkness that I had become so familiar with. I married, worked hard, and built a family and a sporadically changing career, while facing a continual low-level depression. The life that society had told me I was supposed to live, the one that would supposedly bring satisfaction did little to quell my sadness and loneliness. I spent over a decade trudging to my various jobs, staying honest and working hard to make ends meet. Despite never having graduated from college, my hard worked paid off with promotions of responsibility (and occasional pay raises), ultimately landing me a job at Microsoft Corporation as an analyst. I had done well by the measures of the society in which I lived. I had earned my way, through adversity and now had all the indicators of a successful and happy person. I was married to a beautiful woman with whom I had raised a bright son to near adulthood. We had a condo in a top-rated suburb outside of Seattle. We pulled in a six-figure income. I drove a Cadillac and had access to the modern toys and conveniences that many strive to obtain. Surely, from most outside perspectives, I had it all. Most outside perspectives were precisely incorrect. I was truly miserable. I felt that I had sold my soul to serve a system that I did not agree with. I had conformed to a sick society and had compromised my values, while falling for the lie of the American dream. All the money and possessions in the world could not mask my broken heart and sickened and neglected soul. I still lived in debt. I worked away all my days and spent my nights serving a materialistic lifestyle or attempting to self-medicate away the depression. My marriage had grown stale and unhappy. My son carried little respect for the sacrifices that I had made and barely spoke to me at all. My workplace was filled with competitive back-stabbers who would betray their own mothers to get just one more rung up the corporate ladder. I spent my days enforcing company policies that crushed honest small businesses and favored the hefty profits of serving corrupt enterprises that brought little more than suffering onto the humanity that they claimed to serve in their endless advertising. Every morning I would wake (after slamming the snooze button as many times as possible) to suicidal thoughts. By this time in my life, I felt that I would rather die than go fight rush hour traffic to work a job that I despised and to serve a life that was completely unfulfilling. My health was failing. My marriage was crumbling. Everything that I had worked so hard for now felt worthless. Worst of all, I looked about the apparent issues in my life and the greater world, and realized that it was all hopelessly broken. There seemed no solutions to the greed and destruction, to the separation and confusion that had taken over the entire planet. Despite having faced years and years of depression, I had finally hit rock bottom and was in total despair. Music: “A Song That Is Happy” https://choon.co/tracks/0kflvpydvtk/a-song-that-is-happy/ Image: “Devotions” by Cedar Branches (2011)
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  • The Once and Future King / A Saucer of Loneliness
    S2, Ep1
    27 Sep. 1986

    The Once and Future King: Elvis impersonator Gary Pitkin finds himself transported back to Elvis' time after a car accident.

    A Saucer of Loneliness: Shy young Margaret receives a private message from a flying saucer.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734699/?ref_=ttep_ep1
    The Once and Future King / A Saucer of Loneliness S2, Ep1 27 Sep. 1986 The Once and Future King: Elvis impersonator Gary Pitkin finds himself transported back to Elvis' time after a car accident. A Saucer of Loneliness: Shy young Margaret receives a private message from a flying saucer. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734699/?ref_=ttep_ep1
    "The Twilight Zone" The Once and Future King/A Saucer of Loneliness (TV Episode 1986) - IMDb
    Directed by John D. Hancock, Jim McBride. With Jeff Yagher, Lisa Jane Persky, Red West, Paul Eiding. The Once and Future King: Elvis impersonator Gary Pitkin finds himself transported back to Elvis' time after a car accident. A Saucer of Loneliness: Shy young Margaret receives a private message from a flying saucer.
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  • Joy Ride / Shelter Skelter / Private Channel
    S2, Ep9
    21 May 1987

    Joy ride: The joy ride that two couples take in a stolen car is disrupted by the car's deceased owner, who isn't done with the car yet.

    Shelter SkelterR: Two men race to a private fallout shelter at the onset of a nuclear blast. For months they battle cabin fever and loneliness until one decides to venture out of the shelter and faces a horrific landscape of destruction and darkness ... yet everything is not as it may seem.

    Private Channel: An accident turns an obnoxious young man's radio headset into a receiver of other people's thoughts.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734715/?ref_=ttep_ep9
    Joy Ride / Shelter Skelter / Private Channel S2, Ep9 21 May 1987 Joy ride: The joy ride that two couples take in a stolen car is disrupted by the car's deceased owner, who isn't done with the car yet. Shelter SkelterR: Two men race to a private fallout shelter at the onset of a nuclear blast. For months they battle cabin fever and loneliness until one decides to venture out of the shelter and faces a horrific landscape of destruction and darkness ... yet everything is not as it may seem. Private Channel: An accident turns an obnoxious young man's radio headset into a receiver of other people's thoughts. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734715/?ref_=ttep_ep9
    "The Twilight Zone" Joy Ride/Shelter Skelter/Private Channel (TV Episode 1987) - IMDb
    Directed by Gil Bettman, Martha Coolidge, Peter Medak. With Robert Knepper, Brooke McCarter, Heidi Kozak Haddad, Tamara Mark. Joy ride: The joy ride that two couples take in a stolen car is disrupted by the car's deceased owner, who isn't done with the car yet. Shelter SkelterR: Two men race to a private fallout shelter at the onset of a nuclear blast. For months they battle cabin fever and loneliness until one decides to venture out of the shelter and faces a horrific landscape of destruction and darkness ... yet ...
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  • The Call
    S3, Ep9
    19 Nov. 1988

    A telephone number dialed in error could spell the end of loneliness for Norman Blane.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734743/?ref_=ttep_ep9
    The Call S3, Ep9 19 Nov. 1988 A telephone number dialed in error could spell the end of loneliness for Norman Blane. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734743/?ref_=ttep_ep9
    "The Twilight Zone" The Call (TV Episode 1988) - IMDb
    Directed by Gilbert M. Shilton. With William Sanderson, Dan Redican, Julie Khaner, Jill Frappier. A telephone number dialed in error could spell the end of loneliness for Norman Blane.
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  • Cat and Mouse
    S3, Ep24
    4 Mar. 1989

    Lonely Andrea Moffitt finds a stray cat, who is actually Guillaume De Marchaux, a suave Frenchman who turns human at night but reverts to feline form during the day due to an old curse. Will he end her loneliness?

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734704/?ref_=ttep_ep24
    Cat and Mouse S3, Ep24 4 Mar. 1989 Lonely Andrea Moffitt finds a stray cat, who is actually Guillaume De Marchaux, a suave Frenchman who turns human at night but reverts to feline form during the day due to an old curse. Will he end her loneliness? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0734704/?ref_=ttep_ep24
    "The Twilight Zone" Cat and Mouse (TV Episode 1989) - IMDb
    Directed by Eric Till. With Pamela Bellwood, Page Fletcher, Gwynyth Walsh, John Blackwood. Lonely Andrea Moffitt finds a stray cat, who is actually Guillaume De Marchaux, a suave Frenchman who turns human at night but reverts to feline form during the day due to an old curse. Will he end her loneliness?
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