The days pass by, and yet, we do mostly nothing. How is it, that none of us, well, not a lot of us get curious, and start running amok, Poking and probing random things, just to figure out what they do?
Why is it that we are pleased with just day to day living and going to our boring jobs? If we had anything, Why money? Why not a good life, a relaxing morning on a beach with the person you love and family (If you have one)? Out of everything, Money? Is it really that important? Soar through the Curiosity-filled sky on a glider, or Dive into a Wisdom filled ocean? Don’t say these don’t exist because they do. How come we’re more concerned with exploring other worlds? What’s so boring about ours? There’s so many new things on this planet and old ones that Have yet to been discover! Why modify what we have?
Can’t we live at peace? I mean, sure, modify things for the better good like a hybrid car or electric one. But a few days ago i saw someone mutated a Cow just so they’d have more food… What? WHAT?! Seriously? What’s wrong with plain old regular cows? Why interfere in the cycle of life?
Geez… Anyway, but yeah… We can’t be happy with,with i don’t know.. A life?! Yeah! we can never be pleased with our own lives but whatever, right? Let’s pretend we never say “Oh my fucking god someone shoot me!” or “Why is my life so hard?!” Do you think you’d be happy not saying that? No! It makes you happier actually, to rant and complain because you are emotionally releasing your stress believe it or not, the bitchiest (Or honest, we just prefer to call them bitches which actually means female dog or “Bitch” which means insect in Spanish but people relate to it as being a dick or being mean/ a jerk to everyone) people most often end up being happy.. Interesting no?
I’m not saying go shoot everyone for saying a rude comment but it never hurts to let the world know how you feel. Go around, listen to music, admire the world in its concrete and natural form.. Try preserving the non-concrete places and enjoy the natural life as well and as much as a city-born life. You’ll grow to love it one day..