I’ll draw a picture for every person that reblogs this, each one unique and sent to you! And I mean everyone!
"We could fix the government, or we could play GTA V…"
Until we can successfully incorporate the real world into the world of technology, we should really stop trying to make technology such a demanding part of the real world.
There shouldn’t be any pressure to document or enhance every single experience we live through, life’s already very cool. Feeling connected isn’t always better than being free.
It’s in our nature, we simply can’t help it. Whether that judgement being from a passing glance at someone with a funny hat, or you’re deciding you’re now going to hate someone you go to school with. Odds are though, it’s simply a passing glance, and any judgement will be completely forgotten or ignored within five minutes. Do what makes you happy and doesn’t hurt others, it’s as simple as that.
Don’t wait until you need something, to get it or do it. I was with a friend, and he said “I don’t need money now, why would I get a job?” That made me angry, why would you wait until you NEEDED something to have to work for it? Have chicken noodle soup while you’re healthy, get a job just for fun, and tell someone you care because maybe they don’t hear it enough. Just because you don’t need it, doesn’t mean it won’t do a world of good.
Holding in anything, well eventually lead to some sort of collapse. If you bottle up anger, eventually when you get angry, so many problems come out, you won’t remember what the hell you’re really mad about, and nothing will be fixed. If you bottle up happiness, it will never shine like it’s meant to in this sad world we live in, and you may never find out who feels that happiness too. If you bottle up soda, it will probably go flat after a while. I can’t think of much that is too good bottled up.