My father's timeline for me to move out, as far as I am thus aware, is within the next 2 years.
And true to cliche, I would like to make as much money as possible to facilitate the independent living goodness.
And though it's a disappointment that I don't make much with my work: I realize life is a struggle for a lot of people throughout the world, so I should just take it easy with people who can't or don't pay me.
I don't want a confrontation with publishers largely because I actually truly have no idea what's really going on:
like OUYA may regularly rank free games over paid games, for whatever reason,
and maybe these online bookstores recycled my books for their paper because nobody was buying.
Knowing something of struggles in the third world countries, and also knowing there's a huge debt crisis in western countries, I realize that life is a struggle for so many people. I'm guessing the larger portion of the human population is just struggling to get by, that it's a struggle for all of us --- so I'll try not to condemn anyone if I can help it.
And thank you, all you people from around the world that visit this blog --- I don't know who you are, but you give me someone to talk to, which is good because I am very lonely, having just family and a psychiatric community to talk to --- not really much in the way of friends.
And I am thankful for the psychiatric community --- for so long I rejected and questioned them --- but they have turned out to be immensely helpful throughout my life.
And my family keeps me company, and is the big reason I have help from the psychiatric community.
I hope to go through Christmas with a positive attitude, and leave my blog with positivity and warmness.
Happy, healthy, wealthy, righteous, loving and peaceful --- things I hope for all man kind.
It'd be funny and all too expectable if I wrote this post shortly before Christmas, to wish a merry Christmas, only to come up with more to say on the holiday. OH well.