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Re: Starting projects with no real aim or purpose

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Originally Posted by namazu View Post
Could you give an example?

Is it really that the projects have no aim or purpose, or just that you never manage to realize the aim, and all the work you've done is (or seems) for naught?

I can definitely relate to the feeling of starting projects, but not finishing them, and thus having invested (wasted?) a ton of time with nothing concrete to show for it. (Often generating a mess in the process.)
It can involve anything really. Quite often it's collecting stuff, or creating stuff, but its usually just a load of worthless rubbish that seems valuable to me at the time. Once I lose interest, everything I put together or collected begins to deteriorate, because I just forget all about it and it rots away in a corner somewhere.

The result? A home full of junk piles.
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