Anyone just straight up feel like they don't belong on this Earth?
Like some kind of alien with Asperger's. I suck at everything I do and can't be a normal person. Why be punished by existing?
Same. I don't fit in with other people and I'm starting to hate everyone for no reason.
When I see related videos on youtube I hate them. When I see people on youtube I hate them.
When I see someones face I feel hate. Yes extremely edgy I know but I feel this way.
BUT I'M A CREEP
I'M A WEIRDO
WHAT THE HELL AM I DOING HERE
I DON'T BELONG HERE
hear me out robots, for I bring word of truth
there is a very good reason us robots feel so out of place. We suffer a skewed, offset view of our human reality due to our personal individual experience with it. like any other human being, we create a perception of reality based on experiences and weighed by opinion.
Because we were not accepted by this human society, because we did not join this acclaimed warm and welcoming body, we could not accept the reality this societal body projected. We felt displaced in this world, whose shops, pavements, parks and establishments were created in a state of mind, a state of mind we were not accepted into, and could not completely adopt and coexist within without blatantly lying to one's self.
In simpler terms, we are outsiders, and we do not see nor think inside of the box (a metaphor for human society), but rather on the outside staring at its outer walls.
because this box is so massive and almost inescapable, its attention and gravity within our human reality cannot be easily ignored. it takes immense willpower to be able to turn away from the box, and really think outside the box. for that to be able to happen in the first place, one must be expelled from the box, never have been inside the box in the first place, or having been inside the box be simultaneously aware of the concept of "outside the box" and have the means to place oneself outside of it.
one must arrive to the realization that human civilization (or the metaphorical box) is advancing/growing at a pace at which the human brain cannot evolve fast enough to perceive and deal with. We have advanced technologically outside of what our brains evolved to perform. Our brains did not evolve to live in houses, to drive in cars on the streets, to sit on a chair and read a newspaper while waiting for breakfast to cook. Our brains evolved to have strong bonds with others, to cooperate to overcome daily problems such as gathering food, finding shelter water.
It sounds simple, but the act of survival through others is the meaning of the human experience.
This life of stagnancy, the disconnection from the means of ones own survival, this alien world of sidewalks and steel towers and traffic lights and department stores and abundance of everything is so unnatural.
Us robots are open to the concept that the world we live in isn't the way things should be. We can subconsciously feel it.