How to stop your brain from going crazy and becoming a zombie
I was born in 1952, and my parents weren’t born until 1952.
My dad was the first of four kids who grew up in the house that we all shared.
In that house, I’m the oldest.
I’ve had a hard time dealing with the fact that I’ve been there since I was five, and that there are still kids out there who will be born and grow up and leave home at seven or eight years old.
I think the worst part of being born is that, for the first year or two, I had no idea that I was a zombie.
And that’s the biggest thing.
I’m very aware of the fact of how much it hurts.
And I just try to be as careful as I can.
I don’t want to be that kid who has a bunch of other kids and no one wants to be around them, and they don’t get to play outside because it’s too cold, and I’m like, “I’m going to be like this forever.”
But I think there’s a good chance that you’re one of them.
And if you’re like me, you know how it feels to be born on the other side of the world and have to go through this, too.
And we don’t have that.
But it does feel good to be able to share that experience with other people.
You get to know other people, and you can learn.
So you’re kind of in a bubble.
And then when you come back to the world, you realize how much you’ve been missed.
It’s so hard for you to put it into words.
It just feels like a big thing to do.
And you’re in a lot of pain because you know, you’re a kid who was born with a brain that’s not ready to handle this kind of reality, and now you’re still in this.
I know that’s very difficult to do, because we’re all different, but I think if you try hard enough, it’s going to work.
And the best thing about it is that you can take that pain and turn it into something else.
So, I think that’s one of the biggest challenges.
And also one of those things where, I can tell you this: I really don’t know how to get past that.
So I’ve spent my whole life trying to figure it out, and sometimes I just can’t figure it.
It takes a lot to overcome, and it takes a huge amount of work.
I have a lot more to learn. [Laughs.]