Saturday, January 31, 2009

::Freud "The Whole Is the Sum of It's Parts"::

::Reach Out::
Isn't it unbelievable how much complaints humans can generate in a lifetime? I find that we are very fortunate to have endless possibilities to happiness. For example, to enjoy food, to enjoy music, to enjoy the luxury of a bed, and if you're reading this the enjoyment of technology and internet. With that being said, there are plenty of others who don't have these opportunities, so if you have the resources to help, why not help others who need it? In all truthfullness we live with plenty more then what we need. The basics of life is food, shelter and water. Yes, it is nice to go shopping and splurge everyonce in awhile but do you really need 5 watches, 15 pairs of shoes? Children in Vietnam wear one pair of slippers for five years straight without a word of complaint. So, why should you really make that big fuss to the waitress if your egg is sunny side up when you wanted over easy? If you've been blessed with a life with many things to enjoy, then enjoy it. However, if after the mortgage, the taxes and the additional payments of whatever it is, and you are left with enough resources and the ability to help, than for goodness sakes for the love of mankind give a little, love a little and share a little. It may not be in the form of money, it could be to raise awareness, to educate, or to empower others. Humans often become one when facing adversity, but who wants to anicipate that? Realistically, it is human nature that we are all self absorbed thinking about what is best for ourselves, but one really needs to think when is the last time i have done a good deed? has someone ever done something kind for me? Have i done the same in return? Life is a cycle, we are all connected and as humans we all experience emotions and stressors, some more then others but in the end we're all a single unit that creates the earth's identity. Make the world a better place, stop your complaining and reach out, because someone who is in need will grab hold of it.