A friend once told me that he was afraid of seeking professional help, because that would mean having an official diagnosis, and to him, that meant sticking to a label, remembering that label every moment of his life, and accepting that there was something wrong with him. Another reason why he didn’t want to get […]
Tonight… I experienced the opposite of an existential crisis – an existential breakthrough.
Written April 17, 2013. To this day, I still think this way. I feel like there’s only one reason why I’m alive And one reason alone. It’s not to create art, it’s not to leave something behind. It’s to save a life. Everyday, I live off by this one thought, “One day, someone’s […]