Thanks, WiseMonkey, but after the depression I've been experiencing over the past five days, I don't think I'll be listening to music or watching TV for a long time. I'll watch educational programs, but beyond that, there will be no pleasure. This is not the time for celebration. It never will be.
Also, a bigger problem I have are these wild mood swings. Some times I feel extremely angry and other times, I feel a childlike giddiness. The medications are not helping.
Right now, the situation is almost as bad as it could possibly be. I'm under probation for the next six years and I can't even find a simple office job. What makes it worse is that I know of many people who are suffering just as much as I am. Particularly, Asians who are suffering in black neighborhoods. Also, being Asian makes it difficult to survive in America in general, what with the rampant racism they have in the movies and TV. Meanwhile, the people who are causing this pain are living like kings. The blacks and the whites make millions of dollars discriminating against us in the movies. They make money from other peoples' pain.
In any case, I digress. Bottom line is, if it was just me suffering, I wouldn't feel that depressed. When I see Asian people suffering, I grow even more despondent and angry.
Also, I came across a problem that will probably prevent me from becoming a well-known author. It's complicated, but right now, I have nothing to look forward to except for potential jobs that will probably lead nowhere.