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I made an account a few weeks ago & I've just been lightly browsing since. I'm 28 years old, raised in a secular household in the midwest US to parents who were both scientists but I chose a creative profession and currently storyboard for tv animation. I essentially work 7 days a week & I don't have many friends to wax philosophic with so I dump most of my naive anxious thoughts onto my poor roommate. I've been trying to find another outlet. I'd also like to take up the practice of writing more, so I'm hoping this forum could provide a nice opportunity for that.
I admire people who are deeply self aware and able to live purposefully. It's difficult to live that sort of life these days, so reading wiser folks than myself theorize about the truth helps me better relate to what's personally meaningful. I'm not the most well read but I like to learn and share ideas. Forgive me if I'm a bit slow.
As a side note, if anybody is interested in animation or storytelling, please feel free to reach out !
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