Freedom of speech,
Freedom to act,
Freedom to have an opinion...
In attempt to make everything fair for all, nothing is fair for any.
Lost sheep wandering, thinking not on their own--lost--incapable of being their own-- seeking advice from a slim, rectangular prisim at the end of their noses in the form of a hypnotizing pulse of blue light that harms eyes as well as sense of direction--
What is personality?
Have we a personality?
The modern generation of majority rules is condesned into a unified idea of what is fair and what is not; what is offensive and what is not; what is acceptable and what is not. Those who can think for themselves are afraid to act, for, if they do, they could be banished-- exiled-- CANCELED... never again to return.
This cookie-cutter fit of what is right and what is wrong...
What is so wrong with us all just taking a deep breath and agreeing to disagree?
Trying to be considerate without nitpicking?
When offended, politely informing each other of said mistake in subtle and gentle ways?
Learning and growing together.
Instead of CANCELING, voicing opinions in a beautiful, loving manner so that one may actually learn from the error of their ways and receive another chance. After all, none are perfect- not even you- and none of us fully agree with the set and forget, unspoken cryptic law of the uncancelable.
That narrow road that none of us follow quite flawlessly but all pretend to know.
That roaming into the taboo that none desire to speak of in fear that the greater opinion will differ from what you believe.
That conforming, deforming, disheartening, overlurking cloud of fear and shame that hovers and causes to cower.
This longing we all have to blindfold ourselves and hook our own links into the long chain before us to be blindly dragged along with everyone else, lest we be intentionally beaten and left on the side of the road for dead.
What a life. What a strange life we all strive to live. Opinions are useless. Your mind is not your own. Are these the frothy, foaming suds of brainwashing bubbling up to the surface? We are all different. We have a right to our own opinions. Not to encourage apathy or oblivion, but rather learning and sharing. If one knows not, let them know. If one disagrees, let them be. Shine your own light when you can. Be an example for all. Pray that one day they change-- or perhaps one day you will find the change is best made on your own end.
Agree to disagree.
Teach, not fight.