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The world would be a better place without me

Posted by kuromi at January 28, 2012
Tags: Attitude  2012 January  Juvenile problems

I'm a 20 year old university student. The place there is horrible. Everyone is hypocrite. I have no real friends. I have no one to talk to. It is so competitive and my grades are terrible. Those people there are extremely clever and they do not like to speak to stupid people like me. My closer friends are drifting away. They have found new capable friends who can help them in their work. I'm always left out in conversations. I hardly have the opportunity to speak in groups because they keep disrupting each other before one can finish a sentence. One girl even hinted that I should leave the group.

I was from a not-so-good college, so when I managed to score a set of good results, I entered the university. But everyone else there are from elite schools. That's why I lag behind so much.

I feel like I find no value in life. My parents treat our dog better than me. They even tell me straight that they hated me. They feed her human food and I was upset because it is unhealthy. Then they yelled at me for treating her so badly. They even threatened to give her away but that was not my intention. Once, she bit me for carrying her, and my parents blamed me for it and said that I deserved it.

Perhaps the world would be a better place without me. I'm useless and causes inconvenience to others.


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By anonymous at 14,Feb,12 23:09

Im sorry to hear about all the hardships you've endured. Its not over, heres some good news.

God uses the weak, the powerless, the hurt, the poor, and the lonely in GREAT ways. Heres a illustration: A potter will take a helpless, lifeless lump of clay and then knead it and squeeze it until it's soft and pliable. And then when he gets it just right, he takes that piece of clay and he does something called throwing, where he places the clay on a spinning table.
As that clay is placed upon that turning wheel, the potter's hands then begin to pressure the clay and work it until he makes something beautiful out of that old ugly piece of clay.

God is the true master craftsman. He is a potter who is making something beautiful out of every life. He will take the old ugly mistakes and sins and make them into something completely new!

When you truly know God, you can live victoriously! So whatever the ugliness is in your life, be assured that through the blood of Christ, God molds you and makes you into something beautiful! Many people can testify to how God has changed them. Ive never heard of anyone regretting putting their faith in jesus.

Are you saved? God can turn the worst of situations into good! Joeseph was left for dead and put into slavery by his brothers, he was abandonded, afraid, probably thought his life was over. But he trusted God, he then eventually became second in command of Egypt. Without looking into the future it can be hard to be optimistic. If you put your faith with jesus he wont abandon you, he will love you and give you a new life. All you have to do is accept jesus as your lord and savior and ask for forgiveness of your sin, he will wash away all your sin (everyone has sin, i'm not judging you by what I say).

Jesus knows your pain, because he went through all the different pains possible when he was tortured and then nailed to a cross. He layed down his life for me and you, so that we can have eternal life in heaven. All we have to do is accept him as our lord and savior and ask for forgiveness for our sin. Jesus loves you with love that cant be compared, he loves you so much that he died for you. He can change you. He changes people every single day. You can say that one of his job descriptions is "Life Changer". He knows your trouble, he cares for you, and he wants you to know him. He will comfort us when there seems to be no comfort available. He is our friend when everyone else seems to not care, he provides for us when we are without, and he gives us strength when we are weak. He washes away all our sin when we have lived sinfilled lives. He is offering the gift of everlasting life in heaven free of charge, its your choice whether you accept his offer.

By anonymous at 18,Feb,12 09:19

I believe in God, but the Jesus freaks need to quit already!!!!
You are clearly incapable of communicating God' message without any REAL LIFE assistance.......You're just spouting rehetoric that you pulled from the Bible or some fool in your church!!!!

KUROMI, you are NOT worthless!!! You are NOT useless, you are just overwhelmed!!! Although it seems like everyone is from an "elite" school, try asking your university advisor for a study partner that is more within your "economical" background, this should also give you an opportunity to interact with people outside your current group of "friends". Also, try volunteering outside of school in an environment in keeping with the degree your seeking. This will help you network and add to your educational background. Good Luck

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