the answer is….. *drum roll* THERE IS NO ANSWER! but that doesn’t mean you should stop trying to find it! it just means that you should be at peace with what is and do your best to make it better! let me explain this with an example…. drugs will always exist. drug dealers will always be around. you will never be able to save every child trapped in a home that is poisoned with drug culture. BUUUUUT, you should work as hard as you can every day to end all of that crap and never stop living with peace in your heart, hope in your hands, and love in your smile! :) p.s. sorry if that made no sense… things sound better in my head! XD lol
two 12 year old girl’s plot to & kill their friend…. the news said that it’s because the girls found stories of slenderman on the internet. why are we trying to blame our problems on a fictitious story on the internet? there is obviously something MORE than them not being able to understand what is fiction and what isn’t! hell, we’re socialized to think that killing is the answer to our problems…. don’t like a country? kill them. don’t like ants? kill them. don’t like dandelions? kill them. it just upsets me when the news puts out a story that has such a narrow reasoning as to why people would do things. it’s not that simple - quit blaming the internet!!
the older i get, the more i see, the more i think, and the more i learn makes me change. we create who we are by what we do & we chose what we believe. i’ve struggled with religion lately and i’ve gotten lost in confusion, frustration, and fear. i’ve gotten to the point where i would rather leave religion behind and find a different pathway. after taking a silly buzzfeed quiz on religion it told me i would be best suited for Buddhism. being curious, i looked up some simple FAQ & answers and learned more about the Buddhist way of life. i fell in love; it spoke parallel with my new views on life after questioning my religious choices! i’m not interested in defining myself for the world and categorizing myself with labels… buuut, to help everyone to get a grasp on my new religion/way-of-life i would like to officially announce that i have become a Buddhist. i am ready to take control over my mind and free myself from earthly desires! i am ready to question what i’ve been told my whole life! i want to be mindful and aware of my thoughts and actions to keep myself from slipping into the darkness of depression and anger! :)