I don’t hate anything, but I don’t find it interesting when I spent more time on my phone than my family, when I spent more money to watch netflix alone rather than spending money having a cup of coffee with my friend.
Money, fame and materialistic aspiration can never satisfy your inner self for sure, that’s something every single human being is aware about. You build a boundary with a certain level of money, social respect and a luxury car parked in a 2500 sqft house.
You’ll stay happy and satisfied for some time, but then again you want to expand the boundary with more money and a better performing car parked inside a 5000 sqft house.
That sounds like an infinite loop which is about to crash the computer.
Well, I don’t hate anything. It’s just that I don’t find a lot of things interesting. It doesn’t mean that I hate money or fame or something like a Lamborghini, (I’d love to get a ride on that), maybe it’s because I’m too happy and satisfied with what I’ve right now, so that I don’t want to expand my wall.
Do I have a wall to expand? I frankly do not know.
I certainly have goals and they are my top priority for sure, none of them are money focused and none of them are fame focused, all I dream is to solve big problems which might impact people’s life positively.
I happened to meet the revolutionary internet (the world wide web) approximately 10 years back and boom, I saw the biggest opportunity to heal the world.
I don’t think giving value to money, fame and status quo helps. Money is very helpful indeed, and I don’t think it’s the root of all evil (maybe it’s true when devils use them inappropriately).
Judging someone by their fame, money and status quo sucks, even you cannot completely rely on judging someone with their skills or talent. The fact that there is nothing “right or wrong” is interesting.
Your “wrong” might be someone’s right thing. So whenever you say that specific human being is wrong, you’re bound to be wrong.
Well, it’s confusing I guess.
I think one should not (never) judge someone by anything. It’s like never judge someone, because they do have beliefs and trusts like you do. It’s better to leave them alone and befriend them if you’re comfortable with them.
Overthinking, hatred, judging by status quo, not liking someone’s belief and these shit complicates your life every single time. You might be using someone indirectly, but as a human being it’s our intelligence and our passion to be with people, spend good time with them and to love them without limits.
If you look at the most simple things in this world, you’ll be able to see the most complex algorithms working behind the scenes. The very life we breath, the nature, every single thing on this planet is very much simple in nature, but sophisticated behind the scenes.
The world is too much cluttered, your body is a very complex machine, trillions and trillions of neurons, litres of blood flowing around the body, lots of electrical impulses helping you stay conscious,
c’mon it’s too complicated already, now you want to discuss something more about the problem that happened yesterday? like seriously!?
As I mentioned in this article, yesterday was a thought, tomorrow is an idea, nothing really exist. So why complicate things? just be at the present.
No, obviously not. I’m not a preacher and that’s something I don’t find interesting either. The amount of questions running over my head is far higher than the molecules flowing in your cup of water.
I’m just curious to know, I’d love to have the answers, I find myself when I write something like this. It’s all about sharing my ideas and my thoughts without putting a mask over it, either way this blog is not being run for money, it’s all about sharing and helping myself get away with uninteresting.