Sadness is in one form a larger question of “What do I do with my life?” Like a great big grandfather clock ticking away to infinity. No reason to stare at it constantly, no reason not to. But the draw of the pendulum swinging inside that glass box is enough to keep us staring for a significant period of time. Tick-tock. Tick-tock. If you feel sad, then feel sad. Nobody’s ever told you this before, have they? That’s because they
Sadness is, as documented by some people, a state when your mind has given up on the things that bring your pleasure. You constantly appear to disconnect from your surroundings, and you want to be alone inside your mental prison. See the bars of the prison never rust, and the prison is only there to remind people that it is there.