Fundamentally, the life of a Zombie is not really any different than the lives of non Zombies. You get caught up in things and forget others. Your mind gets wrapped up in the day to day and you lose track of time. Perspective sometimes gets lost as well. You can sit around and lament the lost time and the missed opportunites, but it honestly doesn't do you much good. One thing my new life has taught me (I always knew, but didn't know) is that life moves in very strange directions and you cant spend too much time in one place worried about what you did or didn't do. Its hard, doing that can become a habit very quickly, but its important to remember to forget the little things. I guess this is my round-a-bout way of apologizing for the lack of updates of late. Apologies.
So in keeping with that line of thinking Im going to offer no excuses or explanations as to why I have been so tardy. Thats just the way it is and I will endeavour to be better in the future.
This blog is, as intended, a way for me to do two things. The first is break from my agoraphobia, at least metaphorically. Go out into the world and break through, speak with my own voice loud and clear. Something I did not do in my previous life. It is an irony that now, with all these social obstacles in my way, I choose to truly step out. To echo my first thought though, life takes odd turns sometimes and you have to go with the cards dealt to you.
The second part of course is to humanize (hate that term) Zombies. Let the rest of you know that even though we are different, there is still a validity to our existence. The IAAZP is and extension of that philosophy I suppose, with a more political and activist stance. This blog though is about the fundamentals. The humanistic side, removed from idealogy. Politics are irrelevant, what really matters is each other.
Well thats enough for today. I havent eaten in days so its time to go on a little hunt. Thanks for reading and munch you later