“Ticking time bomb” is what the world can be described as in 2019. Passengers on this planet just need to take a chill pill, relax and not take life so serious. The world is on edge, once again, and perhaps it’s always in a state of near self-implosion. It seems humans are hard-wired to accept this and just sit back complacent and watch the world spin out of control. But, humans do have the upper hand, if they just realize they have the power to change the world for the better, if they choose collectively. The first change is getting rid of the “me first” mentality and learning to compromise and adopt new ideas and concepts, while continuing to use tried and proven traditional ways of doing things.
In today’s disposable world, humans are addicted to instant, now and no waiting. They want their everything when they want it. How dare they wait. Humans are becoming de-evolved thanks to society’s ills, backwards progress and a human’s inability to see it unfolding right in front of them. When a fire happens, you put water on it, usually. That is what society needs right now. A nice cold refreshing bath — to get the dirt off. Humans are becoming too greedy, needy, clingy and don’t budge with their beliefs. Humans are co-dependent on society’s so-called “innovations” — whatever that means to each human.
It’s sad to see the world decay and it’s been decaying for a heck of a long time. Humans could be remarkable, if it wasn’t for humans’ behavioural setbacks — which is each to their own. When a human is born they are capable of everything and anything and then we learn from our parents and grandparents how to be human — excess bad baggage and all. We take what we learn and teach other humans how to act, react or simply just live in a constant state of denial. Life is too short to take sides. We all want the world to keep on spinning, who cares about our petty differences. Religion, no religion, politics, money, no money, blue collar, white collar, rich, poor — in the end, it doesn’t really matter. But, in life, it seems to matter most.
Humans need to get off their high horses — we are all equal, living and breathing on this planet we call home. Didn’t we all learn to share when we were kids?
Westwind Weekly News