posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 09:14 PM
See, you're the same age as my baby brother, and I remember being that age. And I still catch myself with the same attitudes as you have towards
what I see as wrong--sometimes even further. The problem is I'm 30, and consequences are the name of the game at my age--or they ought to be.
This has some negative consequences--being aware of consequences gives you more to fear, and for the most part it's not good to live a life of fear.
This is why the majority of the things that move the world, especially for radical change, they profile to your age and younger. The Idealists.
Enough youth applied to a good cause (something to focus all on) can move mountains all on it's own.
But the other side of that coin is that the force that can move mountains doesn't question why the mountain needs to move in the first place.
Besides, this was designed to get to you a little bit...as long as you are open enough. The best chance of redirecting someone's intent is to prick
them--especially when you are strangers. If I'm not a little upsetting, I'm not memorable, and you go on your way never having this sink in. And
it's not a major life-changing thought--it's a "slow your roll". And to think, if I let that go to far, I'm a troll.