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Feeling homesick is probably the worst feeling a nomad experiences.
How can you feel homesick when you’ve really got no home to go back to?
All the places I’ve been to have always had a tinge of sadness in it. I don’t feel comfortable around people. I tremble when I talk to strangers. I can’t be close to anyone.
For years I’ve always been content being the outsider. The one who spends his time just listening to people talk.
And everytime I listen to people, I learn nothing. I try to open my mind up. Still nothing.
How can people get so excited over mundane things?
I can’t participate. It’s just too mind numbing. I miss home. Wherever it is. I wanna lock myself up in my room and shut the lights.
Leave the world behind.
For a day or two.