posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:17 AM
reply to post by DragonRain311
Most people in actuality are very very evil, they just choose to deny what is really inside of them.
I agree most people deny their true selves, for many different reasons. It's pointless and stupid living in denial, pretending you are perfect,
pretending others are perfect, reasoning away in denial and false visions. That destroys you. But it's not the only thing that can destroy you. Being
realistic (and being smart) means that you understand the difference between pointing out a bomb and running into one intentionally.
I can also understand why you feel the way you do. I used to have a very similar outlook on life. I think what I truly desired was happiness, which
you yourself admitted not having. (This is assuming you are not a masochist.......)
Sure, it may not be a pleasant life,
We learn the hard way. Yes, there is hate in this world. And the answer isn't loving everysingleother person. That's unrealistic.
There is something that makes you appreciate life. Overlook faults. Keep going. Laugh.
It's called GRATITUDE. Once you lose it all, and realise you have it back, or you find someone or something after it was all gone, you realise that
gratitude is essential to a life that seems even semi-happy. It's not an ethereal up-in-the-sky kind of thing. It's the cold hard fact that you still
have something vitally importantly to you even though you deserve s***. Then you become more cautious, more caring, more careful with everything,
including your attitudes and interactions with others.
Unfortunately, I think many people feel the way you do.
edit on 7-10-2012 by Shypeir because: forgot quote