|We've burned couches, mattresses, sections of wall, old window frames, tons and tons of junk mail and ancient paperwork. We've burned old carpets, splintery old outbuildings, moldy clothes, you name it.
(We sort of make our living by cleaning up distressed properties and then reselling them, so our family has had a lot more mess to deal with than most.)
Sometimes it gets out of hand... my Dad burned my mother's entire video collection once while cleaning some drawers out. But mostly fire is cleansing, liberating, and FUN.
How weird, you actually sound proud of this behaviour.
How sad, you've destroyed things that someone could possibly have used. Even if you think it is useless, it might helpful to someone with less than you. Moldy clothing can
be cleaned. Someone could use it. That furniture? Maybe it wasn't perfect, but there are organizations that would be grateful for used furniture donations (I know the homeless/detox shelter in the city where I used to live would have loved furniture that wasn't perfect).
Junk mail and paper (even old
paper) can be recycled. Not very environmentally responsible to burn that, is it?
And, in the process of your pyromania, you have been polluting the environment. Add to it, it is probably illegal to do so in your area. Most places have burn bans for very good reasons (fire dangers, toxic hazards and irresponsible persons like you).
The materials in most furniture, mattresses and carpets is toxic. Burning sections of wall?? More toxins for the environment.
I hope you had a permit to burn any buildings (arson is a pretty serious charge). It puts an entire area at risk as well as the firefighters that may have to fight it if it gets out of hand.
I don't see burning things as "cleansing, liberating, and FUN."
Please don't tell me you live in Washington state. I'd hate to think you are in my county..................