The Quarter-Life Speech - A Message to My Audience
Updated: May 13, 2023
Citizens of the world,
for those who are not familiar with me, I am Tomasio Rubinshtein, probably one of the world's biggest non-academic philosophers. With already having written 6 books in two languages and hundreds of articles, I believe I am worthy of being called a philosopher, even though the academic life has proven to be too stressful for me to handle in the name of acquiring degrees in academic philosophy studies.
I have Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), a mental health condition that causes excessive and persistent worry and anxiety. This has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and it has made it difficult for me to live a normal life. I often feel anxious about things that other people would find perfectly normal, and this can be very debilitating.
As a result of my GAD, I have often felt isolated and alone. I have considered becoming a monk in order to partially isolate myself from the outside world and find some peace, but I know that this is not a realistic solution. I need to find a way to manage my anxiety so that I can live a full and fulfilling life.
I am also going through what I call a "quarter-life crisis." I have achieved many of my goals in life, and I am now wondering what else there is to do. I feel like I have reached a point where I am no longer sure what my purpose is.
I am not suicidal, but I do feel like I am in a state of cognitive dissonance. I know that I have a lot to offer the world, but I am struggling to find my way. I am hoping that by sharing my story, I can connect with others who are going through similar experiences.
I am not alone in this. There are many people who struggle with anxiety and other mental health conditions. It is important to remember that you are not alone, and that there is help available. If you are struggling, please reach out to a mental health professional. There is no shame in seeking help, and it could make all the difference in your life.
After thinking about it, I have a request for you, my audience of readers and media followers. If you enjoy the content that I freely provide to the whole world, please consider sharing at least one article on my website that you have really enjoyed or found insightful. This would be beneficial not only to me, but also to others who have yet to read my teachings.
Together, we can contribute to the world with just a click of a button, and perhaps even change the lives of others who may find my content insightful. I believe that this new quest will solve my hypothetical quarter-life crisis, and enrich the world with new, interesting philosophical articles that it might not have been initially exposed to, if it weren't for our endeavors.
All in all, I view myself as a good person who wants to make no unnecessary harm to anyone, and as such I would like to express my love to all my audience for taking the time to read my teachings and to keep updated with newer publications. This is definitely not something that should be taken for granted, as not every person is successful in attracting a significant following online.
Thank you for taking the time to listen to my speech, and thank you even further if you will consider sharing my articles with the world, whether it would be on social media or even a loved family member. Even in this age of scientific advancement, we should not completely discard the insightful influence that the art of philosophy still has today.