I'm not a conspiracy theorist. You don't have to be a conspiracy theorist to know when you have stepped in bullshit. What kind and how much bullshit do people need to step on to wake the hell up and scrape the shit off your foot!? Seriously – oh wait – there is that fear factor that weighs over every single one of us like a doomsday cloud ready to rain toxic chemicals that will incinerate all of us if need be. Well hell, we don't need to wait for that either – that is already happening now.
Just today, my son was standing in line at the store. The line was very long because the customer that was being helped by the cashier had many coupons and there were a few conflicts with the order so this took a little bit of time to settle. Now I realize that no one likes to stand around and wait in line, mostly because we are impatient people and we don't like to wait; it inconveniences us to wait. So what did most people doing while they were standing in line? The complained of course! They complained about having to wait, they complained as if it were the fault of the cashier, they were angry at the customer that was holding up line, and then of course they had to add their little comments about how they don't have time for this, how their late for that, and complain, complain, complain. Two of those customers waiting in line, decided to get out of line and leave the store. Were they really in that much of a hurry that after spending time shopping for what they need, they really couldn't wait an extra couple of minutes to check out? Was it really necessary complain aloud in public? The only thing that did was bring negative energy toward the entire situation that could have completely been avoided. My point with the situation, is that people feel that it is their right to exercise their so-called freedom of speech in order to bitch and complain about a situation that is so trivial that it barely matters, yet has to cause upset to several people and for what, just to spread negativity and make the lives of some people worse then maybe they have been this entire day. I believe instead of people taking the time out to complain and bitch to everybody that they come across about all the little trivial nitpicking petty issues, if they really need to complain they should complained to the forces that be about huge issues that affect our every day daily life and even more important, our well-being.
People should rise up and take a stand and fight for our freedom, our health and well-being, the quality of our air, our surroundings, our environment, wasteful spending of money, the fact that we even have money at all when really we could live without it but that would take down the power of the forces, and how all of this and even more is being taken away from us more and more on a daily basis and right under our noses. Everyone is a pacifist instead of being an activist. The only time people become an activist is when they are in a store to complain because the cashier taking too much time, when the majority of the time, it's not even the cashier's fault. How about putting some of that anger into a constructive method to get together and try to make a difference in this world - try to make it a better place without bitching and complaining to innocent people just trying to do their job and make a living. Can just one person can make a difference in this world? What is it that you are passionate about; what world issues anger you? When you read headlines in the paper, or hear the news, what is it that gets your blood boiling or makes you wish that you could do something to change that? Do you really believe that there is absolutely nothing that you can do that would make a difference? There are so many people in history that have made great changes, that have made great impact on this world. One person really can make a great difference. That one person can be you!!
So the next time you're standing in line at the store, when that line is really long and it is getting on your nerves, think before you decide to complain about the cashier, the customer that the cashier is helping, or any other issue that you may not understand is going on – and instead, think about how you could use that effort to make something better. Be someone who makes a difference in this world! Be someone who gives a damn, be someone who made a difference in someone's life, who did something to help the environment, who did something to educate someone else that can see what's really going on all around them. Just remember to always be tactful and loving in your actions and thoughts. Your words are powerful so use them right. If you're going to speak up about something, make it count for something positive to make positive changes in this world. Someone has to make a stand when once you, do someone else will and this will have a rippling effect which will help to bring about great changes, peace, and a better world to live in.