"A warrior never surrenders, they serve to protect the ones they love. Even if it costs the ultimate sacrifice. They fight non-stop even though they know their actions might never be recognized by those they love. They fight to save them because without them, they are nothing. They have nothing to fight for."
Not just briefly try to ignore the world for a few minutes a day. No longer will this miasma that infects my mind and body with laziness, procrastination, anger or worry prevent me from being where I should be, from attaining my goals. Today is different, the pressure of my career grew ten fold last night and as im the only one running the show. I have to grow up now, faster than ever before.
No matter what happens I am zen, I am peace, determination, ambition and dreams and nothing will infect that. The sooner im successful, the sooner I can help people, give them jobs, an academy, life skills, education and hope in life when ive built it.
I have yet to do a single thing in Skyrim in the proper order. I'm constantly showing up to some dude's castle that I've never seen before, only to hand over a mystical item that I'd mentally scratched off as garbage hours ago, and then sit and listen to the story be retroactively explained to me:
King:Wanderer! Thank the gods you've come! The prophecy told us that a mighty warrior would arise, worthy of wielding Fjalnir, the God-axe, and slaying the evil Demon Prince Synraith. We believe you to be that warrior. What say you, traveler? Will you accept this task?
Me:Yea, verily I shall accept thine task and vanq- wait, Synraith? Fiery dude in a floating city? Cape made out of screeching souls? Ahhh, shit. I already killed that guy.
King:You ... already slew the Demon Prince, the Knife in the Dark, the Void at the Heart of All Men, whose identity you did not learn until just now?
Me:Yup. I saw that castle floating up in the sky, and I wanted to know if I could jump up the rocks to get in the back way. It took a lot of reloads, but I finally managed to hop on up in there.
King:You "hopped on up" into the Abyssal Palace?
Me:Yeeeep, yep yep yep. Just squat-jumped on in there and looted the place. Then I killed that Sydney guy-
King:Synraith, Demon Prince of the Abyss.
Me:-yeah him. I ganked that guy. Mostly just to see if I could. Plus he looked like kind of a dick.
King:Indeed, the Foulest of the Foul was "kind of a dick." But you vanquished him without the aid of sacred Fjalnir, the God-axe?
Me:Totally. It wasn't even a thing. I just hid on top of a bookshelf where he couldn't reach me and shot him with arrows. Then I waited until he forgot I was shooting him, and did it all again to get the sneak damage bonus. Took a while, but he died all the same.
King:Forsooth! Thine heroic deeds are ... well, that sounds kind of fucked up, actually. Never thought I'd feel bad for He Who Devours. So you have no need of our sacred totem weapon?
Me:What, the gold dealy, with the shiny bits? Nah, I already stole that out of the display case four hours ago, before I knew who you were. I gave it to Sven, but he Quantum Leaped out of the game with that shit.
King:Huh. So. I guess ... the bards will ... sing of your tale now?
Me:Oh yeah? Sweet, let's hear it.
Bard:The hero came with eyes aflame / his tasks already done / the land was rescued all the same / but 'tis kind of a shitty song.
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