“The feelings that hurt most, the emotions that sting most, are those that are absurd - The longing for impossible things, precisely because they are impossible; nostalgia for what never was; the desire for what could have been; regret over not being someone else; dissatisfaction with the world’s existence. All these half-tones of the soul’s consciousness create in us a painful landscape, an eternal sunset of what we are.”
- Fernando Pessoa
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What is it like to be homeless?
Being homeless feels scary, depressing, empowering and humiliating. On the one hand you’ve hit bottom and there’s nowhere to go but up, but finding the UP staircase is a bitch.
If you want to know what being homeless really feels like, ask people if they remember their first night being homeless. It’s usually the loneliest feeling in the world – like everything, everyone and all you ever knew has abandoned you, forgotten you or betrayed you. Your entire perspective of life turns upside down.
There is no place where you ever come closer to who you are, how you feel about yourself, than when you’re homeless. Not only do friends want nothing to do with you because you’ve obviously screwed up big-time, but they assume you’ll want something from them – a couch for the night, money, a ride – and not many people can give to someone whom they see as not being able to give back any time soon.
My pain was the death of my abusive father in February 2006. A month after he died from brain cancer I walked away from a new job making $50,000 a year as the editor of a small-town newspaper outside Steamboat Springs, Colo. My life was good. I was making more money than I ever had in my life. I loved where I was living. I loved the future. What I couldn’t handle was the pain.
I’d been estranged from my father for 15 years when I learned he was terminally ill. We had a bittersweet reunion before he died; he finally told me for the first time in my life that he loved me. But when he died, the hurt was atomic. He was a man who had physically molested and beat me most of my life, a man who had emotionally devastated me. His death should have been a relief, but it wasn’t. Not only was the monster I feared gone, so was the fantasy that he had changed, that he’d return and love me as a daughter. The fragile hope of a potentially healthy relationship that had just begun was crushed with his passing.
On a conference call, a colleague says we need to see more growth and I say “I’ll give you some growth” but I dont have the phone on mute like I thought I did
When I see a hot girl at a restaurant