Try to focus on the positives. Not the negatives. Hug people (of the opposite gender) who look like they are feeling down. I bet you could bring a smile to their face. Otherwise, crack a joke (for someone of the same gender). A lame joke is best. Then you can say "Sorry" and they'll likely laugh anyways. Just do something. And making someone smile can make you smile.
And why can't you hug people of the same gender?
It ain't nothin' sexual, you know.
Seeing the sunshine through the leaves, A full moon shining on an open field, running through a forest at full speed without hitting or tripping on anything, performing a parkour move perfectly, close encounters with wildlife, sad movies and TV shows..the list goes on..
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My character jumps higher than your character.
Your awareness of your surroundings rivals that of Dora the Explorer.
If a God had truly unlimited power then he could make everyone experience great joy without having to experience pain and bypass the ideas of psychology.
I know everyone has been pouncing on this statement, but I just had to throw in my $0.02. There is a difference between pain and suffering. Pain is a bad thing that happens to you, suffering is your own anxiety over what happened. You can let bad things make you miserable or you can find purpose in them. God will not *make* you happy (that would violate your free will), he leaves that up to you. You have the choice to be miserable and alone or find peace and purpose in his love. He already has the key to great joy in his hand and he's trying to give it to you, all you have to do is accept it. (Its like you just won Publisher's Clearing House but you won't take the check because you think its a hoax) and before I get carded for being a narrow-minded religious fool, its not a religion its a totally non-denominational personal relationship. There, hope you can go buy a tootsie roll or something with that, $0.02 doesn't go as far as it used to. :smile.gif: Thanks for your time.