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September 20th, 2013 - 03:08 AM
Ask yourself this question. "Do I know what it's like to feel alone?" When I say alone, I mean it in the sense that you feel that no one, not anyone can even come close to your views, your thoughts or your beliefs. Especially when you think of how many people are in this world, how can any one person feel that alone?
There are people everywhere in this entire world that you would think you could find at least one other person that is almost exactly like yourself. That's a nice thought, but, not going to happen. Not in today's day and age. People need to come together and fight for what they believe in. If this is truly a free country, then people, speak your peace.
It is my thought that we live in a “convenience” society. We have lost patience and manners along the way. We have gone way beyond “ME” and have entered an era of “I don’t care what you think; I am just going to do it no matter who it hurts.” Look at the drivers on the road today. Do they give any consideration? Hardly! How about the fact that we are to the point that most people have GPS roadmap systems in their car and use it to find their neighborhood 7/11?
To top it off, instead of teaching children true knowledge of time we are training kids to navigate by knowing how many episodes of SpongeBob it takes to do something. They aren’t learning directions or even seeing outside their little world. They need to use their imaginations before they become robots. And guess what? Parents are making this happen!