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  1. Khawill
    October 8th, 2012 02:04 PM
    Khawill
    I was thinking today about life and I came to the conclusion that without sacrifice humans would not have as great a life as they do. I don't think sacrifice is death though, loss of anything important or precious is sacrifice and I thought to myself not what I could I give the world, but what could I sacrifice for the world. And I don't know the answer to that question, maybe some other day I will.
  2. The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    October 8th, 2012 01:57 AM
    The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    Well, the doctor thing was just an example. There are lots of other professions which involve helping people. I've always wanted to be a game designer, but I never had the grades to do that either...

    For starters, you visited my profile, and I repay that visit to random people from time to time. When I do that, I fully review their profiles. And, well, I've never really heard of anyone of y(our) age wanting to raise a child. :P I do believe that teenagers claiming that they hate childs and/or they never want to raise one is naive, though.
  3. Khawill
    October 7th, 2012 01:28 PM
    Khawill
    Lol I was never lonely, I was actually pretty anti-social before sophomore year. I can't be a doctor because I don't have the grades to do it, nor do I like biology lol.

    If trying to make others happy makes me an optimist then I guess I am. Though I never hope for anything, especially things that are inevitable. On a closer topic, what made you interested in my about me section? I don't think I've seen you on before.
  4. The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    October 7th, 2012 01:16 PM
    The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    Ah, I see... were you maybe affected by the loneliness? Did that make you more mature, in some way? I know it did for me, because I'd been through a rough childhood myself; it's not the family's fault, though... Hey, have you ever thought of being a doctor? If you care about others, that would be the perfect job for you!

    So you're more of a realist. But still, making it bright for them, even hoping to do so, doesn't that make you an optimist?
  5. Khawill
    October 7th, 2012 01:07 PM
    Khawill
    My family is quiet the opposite from me, I don't relate to them well. The ideas came from observations from the many schools I've been to (over 8) all of which I've noticed sadness. So at something like my 5th school I decided that the only reason I move is to help people. I do care about others, I'm not someone to not care about someone else (if I heard there was a student trapped in my school I'd feel obligated to save him, if there was a school shooting I'd risk my life to stop it, though I'd have a plan I'm not suicidal)

    I don't think I'm an optimist because things look so dark from my perspective, I just try to make it brighter for other people. I can bear to see the world badly, some just can't and I try to make sure they don't have to.
  6. The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    October 7th, 2012 01:01 PM
    The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    From what you tell me, I can see you are an optimist... our ideas match. Though, let me ask you, do you care about others?

    Also, who gave you these ideas? Just people that you met, or people from inside your family?
  7. Khawill
    October 7th, 2012 12:55 PM
    Khawill
    K so I just got back home and am able to answer your question, my ideas are extensive and constantly changing, my views on the world vary almost every week, because I see things and meet people who always have an effect on me (I believe in fate, but not faith). I'm at peace, never angry or sad, and I want people around me to be like me. But I would never live long enough to help everyone, so if I help just one child, raise him to be like me then I'm happy. (When I was growing up I had a pretty crappy childhood, I mean I was always picked on and tormented, but I made sure to go home and to school as happy as possible, just in case there was someone who had it worse than me.)

    Another reason for that specific goal is this: I have nothing else to really live for. I don't have goals of becoming rich, or getting a specific job; and without goals one becomes sad or even depressed because they have nothing, so I made my purpose in life to give someone else a life worth living.
  8. Khawill
    October 7th, 2012 11:14 AM
    Khawill
    I'm typing from my phone atm, though i have posts in the off topic thread that are pretty much it, (if you read some of my rp posts then you can get an idea as well)
  9. The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    October 7th, 2012 11:11 AM
    The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    That's some interesting logic and perception there. But what kind of ideas are you speaking of?
  10. Khawill
    October 7th, 2012 11:08 AM
    Khawill
    I'm not going to live for ever and neither will my ideas. A child can live past my death, also I don't have any other goal.
  11. The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    October 7th, 2012 10:27 AM
    The Prince of Sweet Sorrow
    Hey, I just took a peek at your bio... the fact that one of your goals in life is to raise a child struck me. Explain to me why?

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