>>175775>wew so you became a tree-hugging hippy?
Hey now - actual hippies have sex, herpes and shit-tier hygiene. I'm not *that* far gone. >what happened mate?
I guess I just wanted something different to distract myself with. Something that doesn't remind me of sexuality or normie society.>>175779>He became a druid I guess.
Eh, I wouldn't go that far. I don't really care for ancient Celtic religion (there very little surviving information about it, anyway), and I'm not some holistic nature/harmony kook, either.
I mean, 'nature' is just a term that humans came up with to lump together everything that humans didn't change/create. That wolf out there in the forest isn't any more connected to the trees around him than that you or I are.
But the world out there can still be beautiful. Does that beauty have any kind of deeper meaning? Is beauty even anything more than one of those weird side-effects of how our brains process things? Probably not. But why even care about that? Watching beautiful stuff is soothing - and as far as I'm concerned, that's all that matters. It doesn't even have to be anything 'natural'. A cityscape at night, or an oil refinery after sunset - that works just as well as the sight of a forest or a mountain.
That, and the less time you spend watching words or a screen or other people's faces, the more you'll disconnect from society. And part of me just wanted to disconnect from everything.