(I wasn't sure which forum would be best for this topic, if it needs to be moved so be it)
Okay, here we go. I am a very thoughtful person, not in the sense of being kind or considerate, but in the sense that I am full of thoughts, but I
suppose the former too. I love to people-watch and to mediate, I love to help people and take notice on the stresses in their lives and how to absolve
that negativity. I watch what people do, what they say, how they say it. It's interesting to me how negative people generally are. That isn't to say
ALL people are, but the vast majority of people I see everyday tend to respond to a sudden situation (whether it is positive or negative) with
hostility, caution, distrust, fear, etc. When someone forgets to bring home a certain dish from the grocery store it's, "How could you forget this
ONE little thing that means the whole WORLD to me?! Why don't you love me?!" ( Okay, maybe not /that/ extreme, but you get the idea
) But what
if that one dish had secretly expired, or was poisoned? What if it would have made you sick to eat it? Do people no longer believe in destiny? I
myself believe that everything happens for a reason, divine or not, and that anything negative can be turned around into a positive.
Everyday when my mother comes home from work she'll sit down, grab a beer, and complain complain complain about her day until she is literally out
of breath. Then, she will log onto facebook, an abscess of negativity, and start yelling and complaining about the things people post. Why is it that
so many people seem to be addicted to anger and hurt? Is it in how you were raised? It just seems so easy to me to gravitate instantly towards
happiness and peace, and seems so alien for everyone around me to seemingly wish for more anger, more negativity, like they are purposefully
Is this the fault of our government? Our work-to-live lifestyle? Perhaps it is our own fault, perhaps the change comes from within ourselves and when
we change for the better we influence those around us to change too. Is this time of protests and rebellion necessary? Can you put out fire with more
fire? What if, for one day, no one on Earth did one thing mean or hostile and was nice and gave help to everyone who needed it. What would that Earth
look like? I really do wish to see that day. When everyone transcends revenge, depression, anger, and fear. Would people still die? Would there be a
day when no one went hungry?
Sometimes I think about this so much that I give myself anxiety, anxiety that I'm not doing as much as I can. That I'm not helping enough people,
that I'm not setting the best example for my age mates. That I'm not giving my heart and soul to the world. Screw religion, screw politics, screw
work. Life is the most important thing on this planet. Not money, not possession, not time, not house size, not social status, not intelligence, not a
single thing is more important than life itself. I wonder what if everything on this planet was free? Just, make everything free. No work, just free.
It won't cost money for a company to make a product, they make it because they enjoy the joy they give to people who receive it. Get rid of money.
Get rid of anger. Ugh, I'm dizzy from all this typing.
There was no specific purpose behind this post, just to throw my feelings out there and get them off my chest and out of my head. To everyone who
reads this, have a great day filled with happiness and relaxation and thank you for reading.