I was looking something up, and if people tried to do everything the sayings we see everywhere said, they wouldn’t have time to eat or sleep. I didn’t copy many of them because they are so depressing. Be happy, Be grateful, Think outside the Box, Dream big, Don’t be the same be BETTER (that on is really terrible), and on and on and on and on, in a never ending litany of things to make people feel bad, inadequate or just miserable, as if they aren’t good enough the way they are. IT’S SO PATHETIC.
One sign they don’t sell is: DON’T READ SAYINGS
These never ending INSTRUCTION ON HOW TO LIVE, FEEL, AND WHAT TO DO, are an attack on the minds/lives of of those who read or believe them. I am so happy I didn’t grow up in this kind of hysterical insanity.
There is no such thing as wasting time. Only in America do people believe that one has to do something every single second they’re awake, or they’re wasting time or lazy. And who else could you be besides yourself? Even when you’re pretending to be someone else, you’re still yourself…yourself, pretending. No matter what you do, you’re still you. It’s crazy to do this to people. So many sayings tell people to BE HAPPY, in a world that pretty much doesn’t make a lot of people happy.
These messages can be depressing to some people who might think they are doing something wrong, because their lives don’t match the six million signs that tell them how they should feel and what they should do.
Why do people have to be told how to live?
If people want signs maybe they should say:
You’re always you
Not doing anything is doing something
However you feel is okay
You know, sayings that are more positive and life affirming. I can’t believe people buy into all the books and signs and sayings that are so silly and destructive. After all these years on the planet, how did people suddenly forget how to get through the day without a sign telling them how to feel or what to do? It’s just so weird to be reminded to be happy, busy, grateful, bright and all the rest. Something is really wrong with that. It’s like homework every second of your life.