Let’s speak about current situations. There’s a many things going on in the news right now. The 99% (aka Occupy Wall Street) movement. A backlash against big corporations, government bailouts, politicians who seek to change situations and then don’t do anything, and a lack of work opportunities in our country.
Listen to the protests, and you will be instantly shocked. It appears every body has a side; a story to tell. Now, you have to make choices. Are you a “liberal” or a “conservative”? A 99%er, a 53%er, or a 1%er? (No one will own up to the latter.)
I’m here to inform you: Not only does this stuff are not important, but it’s a distraction appears on your way turn you from changing the world.
In the hurry to can ourselves and prove that we are “un like” (or the same as!) others, we’ve forgotten one thing: We all exist here together. And if there are issues with this world–our universe–then it’s up to us to go out and work on them.
Oh yes, there were things the government did mistaken in. And big organizations. I’m not saying to remove it–I’m saying stop getting trapped up in it.
What would happen if, rather than engaging in a arguing where no one’s mind changed and enemy defenses get ready between your friends and you, you simply opted out?
What if, rather than watching TV and becoming furious about those stupid liberals or those boring conservatives, you spent an hour working on your project?
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