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will all be inspired by my own relationship, as an individual, with the key aspects of life. They will include a number of things I consider important on a very abstract level. (I'm pretty much an abstract person myself). There will be seven fractals in total in this saga, this one being the fourth.The Overseer
represents my relationship with surroundings
. By 'surroundings' I mean everything that is outside the self. It's always been a tricky relationship for me: I've felt ambivalent about life events and people on many occasions in the past. The point I've currently reached is a singular position of non-intervention: I let life happen as it's meant to while I focus on my intellectual goals. This helps me keep my inner peace and quiet, although it does have a possibly unpredicted downside. Having never been a very 'feely' person, I typically don't get emotionally involved in what I do, and in most people I end up meeting (there have been exceptions and there will likely be more in the future, but they're very rare). My lack of personal, subjective involvement always makes me feel like I'm missing out on something most other individuals seem to experience: the spark of life, pathos, real
emotion. I feel fine with it for the most part, but I do admit, it leaves a remnant of nostalgia in me; I'm the world's passer-by, the one that watches life flow in others and around myself without being a part of it, moving through the times like a completely unaffected ghost. Yet in a sense, I have come to appreciate the insight this position offers; I get to see life from an outward, almost "objective" perspective. I oversee
people in their displays of anger, sadness, joy and excitement - and yet I am external, vaccinated against this all.
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