Let me tell you something about doing what’s right. Not many people are capable of it, because sometimes doing what’s right can cause conflict between your wants and needs, and that’s the reason why doing the right thing can seem so inconvenient and uncomfortable.
People who are pure at heart do the right thing even when it may seem the most foolish thing to do. It can cause them hurt and pain, years of sacrifice, yet they cannot back away from such opportunities, big or small, because their conscience wouldn’t allow them to.
I’m talking about random acts of kindness, helping a loved one or putting complete strangers first. Empathising with what another person is going through and risking your well-being so that that soul can find, even temporary, peace.
We live in a world that has lost its values.
We are surrounded by those who either claim they’re doing good by others, or those who expect to learn about the “good people” populating our world through newspaper articles and tv shows (I honestly doubt that’s where we find them).
A pure heart should be kept secret, it should never be turned into some sort of publicity stunt, news story or sympathy campaign among friends, as it never seeks approval or trophies.
That neighbour we criticise could be that someone, cause God forbid a disreputable soul should find out where that type of Soul resides.
… maybe what I’m saying isn’t true, but I must admit I’d like to think they’re just hiding.
In a world filled with people, we tend to choose the worst virtual companions of all time. It’s the norm to have different social accounts and learn to have haters, especially when it comes to networking for a person that is a little above the average.
You know what I’m talking about, you don’t even need to be a Star to have those nasty haters. This is how I know when it comes to me:
- I’ll have 1000+ views but just a couple “likes”.
- I’ll identify “The Voyeurs” from time to time – those people you meet in real life who will actually tell you they’ve seen your posts on Facebook or Instagram, yet haven’t ever reacted once. Talk about being all up in your business!
- My most gorgeous pics won’t have over 10 likes because haters are always too jealous and envious to admit it. They will like other uglier pictures of anyone else though! I’ve done my research.
- Most of the times they won’t even say “hey” when you see them on the street, but go the other way. True story.
- Privately message me – publicly dead… go figure.
- They won’t ever share any posts or videos they like because I posted them.
- They will secretly visit my personal profile, page and website, but never subscribe!(I’ve seen the stats).
- They’ll say I’m too vain for sharing anything because I think I’m all that! Newsflash: that’s the whole point of having a social media account!
- They’ll copy my ideas, songs, posts, etc.
- If they get an ugly photo of me, they’ll share it with the world and tag me in it! b****!
My advice is to choose your social media friends wisely!
It’s a shame we don’t distinguish our needs from our wants,
it’s a crime to waste time and hope for someone else to come forth.
As we spend our lives apart from each other
we honestly could claim “we really do love one another”
but how can we prove our love is real?
while time passes and you’re still not where you’re supposed to be.