@zemichi I've read a lot of books, none of them invalidated this fact for me so far.

@freemo keep in mind comparing your life to fictional stories is a sign of insanity. :backfromgab:

@zemichi No, being able to derive wisdom and insight from fictional stories, and seeing the similarities when accurate, is a sign of wisdom, not insanity.

Though it is a sign of insanity to suggest that simply because someone see strong parallels in fictional stories that said person must be insane.

@freemo >Though it is a sign of insanity to suggest that simply because someone see strong parallels in fictional stories that said person must be insane.

You are absolutely insane.

Your life is not a fictional story, your circumstances are different. To believe in the parallels is to mislead yourself and cope with things you don't understand or care to figure out.

Don't worry though, you'll be in good company with the Harry Potter readers in the insane asylum. :backfromgab: (wow just like "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"!)
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@zemichi Ok, please untag me from this and future conversations, thank you.

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