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Offline Innavoig

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« on: November 23, 2005, 06:11:57 pm »
I feel so alone...
I am now writting the novel that I shall publicate for you (if I cant in furtopia, I will do it with Geocities), and I have a lot of good ideas. The problem, the dammed problem is that... i dont have time! There are a lot of homeworks from school! They are making crazy me!

But that is not the problem... I am beginig to feel that the inspiration is going out of my life... I am dying from inside, my soul is getting dark and miserable.

I need inspiration!!!
I need meal for my soul!!!
Im dying!!!

Im feeling the fantasy out of my heart, Im feeling like a normal human!!!

Help me please, I feel like my soul is getting more and more rotted. In another words, I need your help, once again...

I need that you remember me what is the thing for we fight, what are the feelings that make our fight still standed, what is that mystery of the animal-human forms.
Please forgive my english ortographic errors.
Long live for mother earth!
Death to the kings, fools and ignorants!
Long live for the wisdom and the beauty!
Death to the vanity and the false believings!

Offline Thurber

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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2005, 06:59:02 pm »
You have probably done something like this already but heres something you may want to think about.
Most themes for furry fiction that involve people and anthros together are in the future as with sci-fi, or they involve a person, somehow, placed in the world of the anthro creatures.  If I could make a suggestion, and if you want to play with an idea.  Have a few anthros placed in this world and at this modern time.  How they get here isn't important and is a sci-fi standard formula anyway.  Who they could trust with the knowledge of their existance and what kind of people those would be (think furries) would be anyones guess.
I know that I would read such a story.

Offline AngeleoAmadeus

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« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2005, 06:20:46 am »
see for me its the coacoa
"To put it bluntly, 'good' and 'evil' are just    
labels, not truths. The only people who can  use those words with a straight face are
swindlers, egoists, and children."

Offline Skunkster

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« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2005, 09:59:59 pm »
Depression doesn't necessarily mean sadness.

There is a form of depression that many people deal with not knowing that it is something treatable. I call it the "duldrums" and it's an aweful lot like what you're talking about.

I'm really new to the furry community, but I'd take a guess that you need to get back in contact with what made you feel extra-ordinary.

For me that means reading about, drawing or chasing skunks, or reading stories about unicorns.

There comes a point where burn-out makes it impossible to do anything. Before it gets to that point, you  need to set aside at least 15 minutes a day making that contact all over again and I suggest more if you can spare it.

If that doesn't work, let me know. I'm always glad to help people feel better. '<img'>