Was just having a rant to my Mum going mental about how sick I am about the whole concept of something like Sports Relief. I fore-mostly explained that I’m sickened by the skanks that sit at home complaining about how if the celebrities donated their money then life would be a better place etc.
The fact is it’s up to us to stop thinking about it in terms of this bullshit imaginary thing we call money. How will a digital figure on a computer screen save lives?
It’s about getting rid of this idea of money, it’s about getting rid of this idea of poverty. Neither exist.
We can’t change the opinion of the old people who vote & know no better, but when you have children you fucking tell them that money doesn’t mean shit & it’s on them to take down these world leaders. If everybody in a generation knows they can stand as one & destroy the concept of classes & poverty it can happen.
Right now we live in an age of greed and people will not come together to make change because they’re raised on fear & a paradigm that more money means more life & that you owe somebody money for just existing. Fuck this world, it’s down to us to teach the next generation how to stand as one to make a change.
This ain’t fog, it’s hallucinogenic gas sprayed by our government to disguise the demonic ruling about to rise from hell and manipulate our world leaders. So if you think you’re seeing the most beautiful person you’ve ever seen whilst you’re out in this weather, you’re not. It’s an illusion. Wake up.
I have always tried to live on the basis that I will associate and befriend only with people who’ll inspire and elevate me, and not drag me down in any way. But, what others may not understand & what I need to practice more is that this does not necessarily mean that I will not associate with people who have less aspiration than me altogether. Instead, it may prove more beneficial that I do spend relatively limited amount of time with these people they have traits of talent or at least a knowledge of the fact they need responsibility for themselves to achieve.
Inspiring others to be better versions of their personality might be just as aiding to your life journey as aiding your own success.
The part of friendship I think I value most is loyalty. But when I know loyalty to me has been mistrusted I am learning that it may not be wise to instantly dismiss ‘friends’. First and foremost, people make mistakes. Maybe their disloyalty to me might be regretted later making them more loyal because they realise I’m a valued ally. Secondly, blowing up at somebody for disrespecting you shows your egotistical issues and that you feel you have a power over your friendships and because people have betrayed you they have hurt your power & ego. It may be more sensible to let go of such feelings and remember that you control and are responsible for only your own moves, what other people do should seldom effect you if you’re playing your moves right. Making a move to power instantly isn’t always as effective as holding onto the move until you’re in a more deadly position. It’s the choice of taking that rook that’s blocked in the corner now or leaving the piece stuck, inevitable to be taken, whilst focusing on getting another of your opponents pieces stuck.
“This is your zone, it’s like Blackjack. He might have an Ace or the top one, but organise your twos and threes into a run and then you’ll have fucked him son, and for that you’ll be the better one.” - Mike Skinner, (Stay Positive).
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The internet’s storage is unreliable, everything that defines me as a person is often lost amongst the bullshit. Just because we’re talking about SOPA, PIPA & ACTA on the internet doesn’t mean that our freedom in real life is becoming any more present. - People are confused into thinking the internet is where revolution is now made… Removing information from the internet is not necessary, information is lost on the internet amongst its own bullshit. Word of mouth still remains the most powerful and fool-proof method of communication.
It’s becoming even easier for one to just live as a personality-less worker ant living to pay taxes and leave no legacy. I conspire that the internet could just be a powerful tool for the world leaders to distract people from being real people and living real lives. We go to work, we feed our leaders real life power, then we come home and think we’re fighting back on the internet. The internet is not our real lives, nor do we require it to evolve as human beings.
We’re used to being taxed just to live here but furious when our virtual selves are being threatened. We’re becoming our avatars and risk losing our personalities in real life.
I’m conspiring, but it would be a possible strategy for our leaders to give us freedom in our virtual lives whilst further taking it away in real life. If everybody’s in their house on their computer reading about the real world, the world can be controlled far more easily.
I’m yet to read George Orwell’s 1984 but know & have discussed the concept with people who have, and I think people who have read this might understand where I’m coming from. Take away people’s ability to progress with enlightened education & we will remain slaves to a system & leadership built to oppress us for the sake of their power. What we’re educated in school is now not so much a progressive education… We’re set things to learn which will help us with our jobs as accountants or graphic designers. Thinking outside of the box is discouraged. School at a young age is where we learn most quickly and is the most effective method of education. On the internet new ideas are brought forward but then hidden amongst a huge abundance of mundane information.
“Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.” - Frank Zappa.
So as a start to reclaiming my real life, I’ve decided to extract my favourite posts from Tumblr & create a scrapbook with them, I’m going to buy myself a nice fountain pen and load it with black ink to emphasise my real personality through my handwriting. It’s right to have a real version of everything.