: Ow! That hurt!
: Hey! What are you doing?!
: Ugh! That's gross!
: Wow! You're awesome at Soul Calibur 2, Kenthar!
In the past I as well have been guilty of measures that not only hindered my self, but family and friends. Take the idea of anger. It will creep up on you when you least expect it. A good Dr. once spoke to me about depression and Bi-polar disorder can seasonally put a strain on your life not only for yourself, but the people you love if you fail to recognize the chemical imbalances that create the sadness. It’s not a person, place, event, or thing to blame. It’s how you recognize this as an individual and treat it. The way the person brings about this behavior towards others. Their goals, may not be the same as your own, but mutually working as a team in a supporting effort breaks down the barriers in the person’s brain far better than exploiting the problems that will come up if this depression is not recognized and simply ignored without coaching it threw.
The same can be said about society. Look at the news. Look at talk shows. Look at the media coverage over disaster situation. The operative word hear being coverage. The act to put out covered. Like a camouflage of paint’s, make-up, war paint. Moneys spent so on the vanity of the situations the care for the people their covering gets thrown completely out the window.
Take a look at divorce and war. Then in monetary build driven cases over money.
Interjection taking the position into an harmful matter and not breaking down, but working out the issues people create that are and always will harm the true focus of a better less captive society. People failing to recognize the fight isn’t truly worth the battle that the loss will create being the problem. I think people as a whole should ask the question. Does the profit margin of the bank account matter more to them than the love of their effort? Call me crazy and I’ll just say stupid carelessness creates crazy people. Not medicated or medicating the flames to fight another day.