I'm just going to post some really random things I write daily:
Life is for the living.
Death is for the dead.Yet it seems the two can be confused with at times.
We laugh at those who are in danger of dying.
Yet give them our emotions once they have passed on.
Is life truly something that cane be laughed at?Is it that one life is inconsequential to others?
Or is it that in our fear of death we make jokes to pretend it won't ever come?
That we will be safe for the rest of eternity?
Is the myth of immortality truly that appealing to most people?
We want all things to end eventually.
We want our school and work days to end.We want wars to end.
We want diseases to end.
We want hate to end.
Yet we fear the ultimate end.
Is it that we won't see friends any longer?Won't we have to come face to face with enemies and the sickness the world has everyday?
Everything ends eventually.
And then things start again.
We make friends.
We lose friends.Friends can become enemies at any moment in life.
Does society truly wish to see this cycle go on time and time again?True there are many sad things about growing up.
But without those sad things, what is the point to growing up in the first place?
We grow up so we can cherish the life we lived, the happiness we've seen.
So we can look back at the mistakes we made and recognize them as mistakes.So we can see just how much the world can change in so little time.
So we can see how little it takes for a life to be ruined.So we can see feats of great perseverance.
Sometimes we take part in these things, both good and bad.
When the most famous people fall from grace what does society do?Help?As if.
We mock them. Make them feel as if their entire state of being is simply something to be laughed at.
The drug addicts. The pornstars. The felons. So many others.
Rarely does an encouraging word go out to them, just a form of hatred and mockery.
Who cares if they live? Who cares if they will ever recover?
And if they do indeed recover, will we lend support?
Ask them what helped them on their journey so we could teach others following their path?
It seems that happens rarely.Never is compassion the expected.
Do we simply want more people mocked in their time of suffering?
Or do we not care either way?That is the question I am looking for.
Does society truly care about life and death?Do we care about either of those things?Or do we just not care at all?
If one was to ask me, I would tell them that I don't think society cares about those things.Please, if you read this try to prove me wrong one day.And everyday after.