posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 04:03 AM
I used to think that there was no hope for humanity, that we were (and still are, to a point) a miserable bunch of sons of b*itches. I loathed people
for a long time. Before that I would smile at everyone, I was lovely to everyone
. Eventually I got tired of not having my smiles returned. To
this day even, I would say that a majority of the world populace are ignorant and unworthy, and a further 10% of that lot are hopeless pr*cks who are
never happy no matter what you do for them.
If people want to be @ssholes, that is their prerogative, and therefore their problem that they need to work on. If you decide that you want to treat
them in the same way, you're no better; you're adding to the problem, you're acting in the same way they are, only consciously.
I'm not sure of your plans, but when I finish up this life and look back at the progress that I have made here, I want to see that I tried my very
hardest. Really tried, like treated people with the love and respect that they truthfully deserve even though they made me feel like sh*t. And God
knows I've been kicked down.
If you look closer, we are all apart of the same thing and there is no need to treat people with such contempt because we all possess the same essence
and all of this is merely a human/ learning experience enabling us to progress. However, one does not progress if one does not recognise what one must
Why would you give in and feed the negativity when you could use
it as motivation to do better things? You have the power within you to do just
edit on 27/12/10 by pretty_vacant because: (no reason given)