Burning Man / Depression

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Burning Man / Depression

Post-Playa depression is a real thing, and it’s entirely normal to suffer from it upon returning to the “default world” after a wonderful week in Black Rock City…

I wanted to cry (and sometimes I actually did).

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Post-Playa depression is a given because sinning produces death.

Post-Playa depression makes you want to cry, and actually cry, because sensing death makes one cry.

Post-Playa depression produces sadness because one must come back to the reality that life is a testing ground to determine heaven or hell.

For the wages of sin is death,  ..(Romans 6:23)

For every living soul belongs to me, the father as well as the son-both alike belong to me. The soul who sins is the one who will die. (Ezekiel 18:4)

Bonus: Though King County Courts will frame-up anyone discussing hell, attempting to shut down unapproved churches in Enumclaw Washington, the goal is to escape hell by living righteously. See Judge Lori K. Smith appointed by x Governor Christine Gregoire who used the Wenatchee witch-hunt trial to propel herself to win an election. A lesson absorbed by Governor Jay Inslee as he continues the evil tradition of manipulating children and destroying families for selfish gain.

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Opinion Unto Righteousness / Timothy Williams / Enumclaw.com Washington / Saturday, September 10, 2016



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(nypost.com)—After my first burn three years ago, I handled it pretty well. I felt like I had seen a lot and met some really great people. The second year, for some reason, every time I saw anything Burning Man-related, I wanted to cry (and sometimes I actually did). I couldn’t handle it without becoming an emotional wreck. This year after my third burn, I’m somewhere in between the two extremes.