Anonymous: It is kind of silly that people say everything is temporary so often. Because yeah, that's true and everything, but it is also true that people only exist second by second. Our entirety is reliant on memory, not physicality. So yes, everything is temporary, obviously! but also, in a way, it's not. Because when you're happy in that moment it is the only thing you know and are, so too with sadness, and after that moment, that you is gone forever. Feelings are infinitely finite.
Normally I like to give very thorough, long responses, but I’m about to sleep, so I’ll just say: yes. How can one take comfort in that which doesn’t define themselves within the current moment? How can you tell people to live in the present while simultaneously using the flawed notion of “everything is temporary” as a means of feeling better? Humans latch on to what betters the possibility surrounding circumstance rather than actuality. Or rather, as you said, “yes everything is temporary… but also not.” This ended up being a little bit more than simply “yes” but w/e
Anonymous: do you get anxious easily? do you feel any physical symptoms when anxious?
The only anxiety I get is test anxiety (or really things related to academics as whole), otherwise no I never feel anxious about anything, really. Symptoms, without a doubt, always include: shortness of breath (varying to hyperventilating), sweaty palms, light headedness, and bladder/bowels affected. But my psychiatrist is prescribing me medication for my test anxiety once my classes start up again, so hopefully that’ll help. Why do you ask?
Anonymous: mikey is so cute awww
I knowwwwwwww it kills me and makes me want to kill him because things that dang cute shouldn’t exist, but I settle for squeezing him really really hard