The human right to ignore you.

These days we communicate with text messages expecting the immediate attention. Small frictions, misunderstandings and ego are the common ingredients on our daily conversations.

Is this how the things should work now? Why we have set these expectations on our human relationships? What means to you don’t receive the answer when you wanted from your love ones?

What would happen if everyone can have the right to ignore the others without get complaints? Is’t healthy to read a message and don’t feel the anxiety of writing a response as fast as possible? Can we?

We should not take the fast answers as parameter to know if we are important to someone. We should not take for granted that the others owe us attention when we ask for it.

Stop complain and accept the fact everyone have the right to ignore you as you also have the right to ignore them.

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