What a Great Day

July 19, 2006

Life is (a litle too) Short.

Filed under: Uncategorized — f3lheadhunter @ 10:19 pm

Today was good because:

I can see.
and that alone makes for enough of a reason for me to declare this day officially a Great Day.

Make the most out of it!
The message is so simple, any drunk monkey will inmediately get it:

Be Happy.

Don’t let minor problems get to you*, don’t let them affect your mood (much).
I’m not saying that you should keep a smile on your face *all the time* (That’s kinda hard), there are going to be moments, where you’ll be sad (and you’ll probably have good reasons for that), but if you focus only on those moments, of sadness, and lack of joy, that will eventually lead to a very un-happy existance, (and we don’t want that, do we?), you must try to see the light at the end of the tunnel and not the darkness arround it (I’m not saying that you should ignore the darkness, nor act without considering it, but instead, *not* focusing on the bad things, just for a change).

Today, even in the most hungry, damaged, insulted, poor and opressed countries of this planet, was a good day.
It was a good day in the trash cans where people live, and in the sewers, It was a good day in the Getthos, and the Slums, It was a good day here, and there, wherever you come from, It was good.
To this apparently senseless rethoric, you might answer:

How can You say that?, are You nust?, retarded perhaps?, or just blind?

But the blindness is everywhere, not just in my eyes, but in yours as well.
you choose not to see the good and beauty and glory of this world, and that makes you (partially ) blind.
I try to focus on the Good Things that happen, which makes me (Intentionally) blind.
Blind to the horrors of War, that occur as we speak, in many places.
Blind to the vanity, shallowness, and unjustified pride that some carry like a flag.
Blind to Injustice, hunger and Pest.

however, being blind by choice, is better than blind because of the media, or perhaps blind because of the place I live in, and the friends that I have.

Blindness, is a bliss.

* Don’t let the big ones either.


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