I've used Gaia since 2005. I've seen different stages and witnessed the transformations that have occurred. I've had numerous accounts, been hacked, accumulated millions of Gold, and invested thousands of hours. Despite progressing time and sporadic changes, it's seemed to become increasingly worse as the years passed since its creation. As I reminisce, how things were oblige nostalgia and longing for what this no longer is. I log in, navigate the website, and feel that I'm lost. Alienation, the community is isolated and spread about in contrast.
I have strong convictions to doing the right thing, and preventing others when they don't.
I will spend my life working to help other people. I will make a difference to help people make their lives better. Leave this world better than how it was before I arrived; No evil or bad intentions will stop me.
Below is my autobiography. It is a mundane wall of text and quite possibly the opposite of exciting. Read at your own discretion.
I either share too little or too much, which is why I generally prefer to share nothing. I'm of integrity, morality, justice, strong convictions, and equality. Secondly, if any of these components are compromised in the slightest manner, I'm of activism. I'm studying Psychology as well as four other subjects in college. Years ago would've bet. Childhood, upbringing, and current lifestyles are far different than anyone else's, for that I can bet my life. I didn't have much of a childhood and was forced to grow up fast. I've seen things I shouldn't have I regret my poor decisions, but embrace the wisdom I've gained over the years. I was very observant of my surroundings. Living there, it's mandatory to be attentive, there's no choice involved. It becomes second nature. I particularly noticed the confused, since they had such a prominent effect on our environment. My supervision was non-existent and I seeked to fill the void of not having anyone there. I was infatuated with the lifestyle of a careless cold blooded street urchin. Choice was involved, and luckily I relocated and pursued other endeavors before the streets could suck me in for good. Once the streets suck you in, there's no liberating them. I relocated to different states across the country and ultimately suffered the greatest loss. I sank and didn't receive the most miniscule fraction of assistance or attention from anyone, or the fundamentals to even survive high school. I failed miserably due to only being present for twenty five percent of each year and accumulated just enough credit to get by, and it went on like that until I eventually graduated. When I showed up, I did well. I did enough to pass, in the end, but I failed many classes. My grades progressively increased in value, with less F's, with attendance slightly improving by the year. Playing football in Senior year was the best time period for myself and my grades; I was a C+ from getting Honor Roll for the first time since the seventh grade. Looking back on my past, I'm proud of my accomplishments and achievements. To the general population, they're much less than successes, but rather failures. To me, I defeated the unfathomable. In my circumstances, a miniscule, microscopic handful of people can say that. There's a certain kind of feeling you get when you succeed in times of adversity, when due to some miracle, you make it, even when you know you shouldn't and the odds are 100 to 1. When you surpass the unsurpassable; that is when you realize the only limitation which exist are those which you manifest for yourself. Every morning that I wake up, I wake up accomplished in having made it this far, despite my constant obstacles' presence growing and fluctuating. Each passing day is a struggle. Life is like an ocean; "You can ride the wave, but don't get caught up in the tide". Find your passion. Share your knowledge. Help all those that you can. Ask not what the world can do for you; but what can you do for the world. Growth and development. Peace.