إسبوعية ومخصصةزوايا وأقلام

Tears for Fears

The way I interpret the meaning of life is that the protagonist (you) is feeling hopeless, invisible and disillusioned with conventional beliefs, work habits, school problems, and shallow actions in general, as you observe that the folks around you behave like Stepford People, or go through the motions of life without engaging one another in interconnectedness.

Demonstrating a stark contrast between the sense of familiar and the feeling of disconnection which you feel is an experience of rejection, and the sense that those you “know” are devoid of emotional intimacy and the capacity to act or think or feel, as opposed to follow the robotic habits of the masses.

It is obvious that you seek true connection, validation and belonging; the fact that there are “familiar faces” around you makes you feel worse, not better.  (Anyone who has ever been in a family or relationship in which one feels totally alone knows that it can be far lonelier to live with someone who avoids intimacy than to live alone).  

Ultimately, you feel that life is not worth living if people follow the rest of society’s “rules” and patterns, as opposed to breaking out of conventionality to become independent thinkers, and to seize lives of creativity and emotional interconnectedness.  

you are seeking to find your own way, and one wonders if you are depressed or simply reaching a point at which you are seeking a means of breaking out into becoming fully true to yourself.

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