Excuse the randomness of this post, I have a lot to say.
It really bothers me when people expect to be asked how they’re feeling or if they’re okay, yet don’t bother to ask anyone else the same thing. Or maybe they do ask, but you know it’s not genuine. Because there is a distinct difference between being asked if you’re okay, and being asked if you need to talk. Most people act like they care, they ask if you’re okay and pry and pry, but you don’t want to tell them, because you know if you do, they won’t get it or they don’t genuinely care. But then there’s another group of people, and I believe that I fall into that category. I’m not the type of person to ask if someone’s okay. & it’s not because I don’t care, but rather because I trust that my friends know they can come to me. and if they don’t, well then there is nothing I can say that’s going to change that. If you wanted to tell me, you would, and if you don’t, then you won’t. It’s as simple as that. But to not tell me what’s wrong, and be hurt that I never asked seems unfair to me. People have their own issues to deal with. You call humanity selfish and self-centered, yet you reflect the very same ideas you claim to dislike. But yes, humanity is selfish, because we are all selfish. At the end of the day, we all care for the well beings of ourselves, the happiness of ourselves. As much as we hope for the happiness of our friends, that’s ultimately not in our control. You can’t blame humanity without taking a long look at yourself.
Another thing that bothers me is sadness. Why are people always so sad. I mean what is the big deal? You aren’t the skinniest or most fit person in the world, so what? I know people that work so hard to become the best at something. Either they’ll study super hard so they think they’re the smartest or exercise super hard so they think they’re the skinniest. You aren’t going to be either. You’re never going to be smart or beautiful. You know why? Because no matter what you do, you will never truly feel that you’re the worth anything. You think people are judging you, and you allow their judgements to define you. But you can’t hide from the world. Judgement doesn’t go away. Its time to learn to deal with that judgement, and learn that what others think of you, does not define you.