Wednesday, 19 February 2014
How different are we to the next person if we do the same things they do. Previous generations already did what your doing and the next generation will do the same.
- So why is my life any different?
- What is the reason for my life?
- Where do I go from here?
We are all born and raised to be the same. But we later discover that individuality is appreciated far greater than reflecting someone else's personality. Life has a tendency to make people who project an unalike energy feel alienated and occasionally an outcast. I find it dismissive to say he's weird or she isn't normal. Although we don't admit it, we find ourselves in a position where we judge something or someone we don't know. How can we disregard someone who looks at the stained glass window and appreciates its complexity, the beauty whereas the ordinary person would just walk on by.
It seems that we become accustomed to the rules and ways of life of that from what we have learnt in the media, movies, magazines and people, even if the they seek to distract us from what we really know is right for us. These covert paradigms have a way of displaying incentives to its purpose and just give us enough to feel a small sense of fulfillment so we can carry on getting f***** in the a***. Like living in a capitalist society, in theory, should liberate a nation and give birth to generations of highly ambitions, eccentric and creative individuals. In consequential, not only would we see a massive decline in poverty but we would also create more jobs, more money and ultimately more fun. But thats not the case. We get taxed, suffer from unemployment, low optimism that plagues our mind, education that goes no where..............
I believe the leaders of the world wants us right under their thumb and suppress the creativity that lies within every soul. They want to take our rights and live our life saying yes sir and can I get you anything else sir. We can be the leaders of the future if we take time out of this life to work on ourselves and embrace the spirit from within. Think about whats wrong with the world, and not just the bad things but problems where we are able to innovate an idea and improve the standards of living. It is our ideas that shape the world around us and we can create one, where no one has to lose out.
There are a few individual who came and went, almost instantly but who have had a major impact on society. Some we know as being no more than human and others were divine. Take time to learn from the following,
- Steve Jobs
- Tupac Shakur (2pac)
- Martin Luther King jr.
- Ernesto 'che' Guevara
- Nikola Tesla
- Jesus Christ
- Prophet Muhammad
- Siddhartha Gautama
- Leonardo da Vinci
Don't subjugate yourself by others perception of you and the race you have inherently been given. To instead, liberate your creative mind by way of unburdening the mental conditioning you have fell victim to ever since you could crawl. We are all but one; not black, white, asian or hispanic but humans who are separated by dialect and united by one god.