(Repost from Tumblr)
“People with opinions like to go around bothering each other.” This is truth. 70 to 80% of society is people with their own opinions going around yapping at each other about their own, personal opinions and judgments acting as if they are universal truth. This does not bode well for humanity, as you can well see i.e. the news, media, and personal life experiences. This creates unnecessary mess, problems, and confrontations between us. This can be countered though. We can make amends and create a better environment by ridding ourselves of opinions and sticking to what is real and true. What is real and true you ask? Well i’ll tell you.
The light inside each and every one of us is real and true. The potential that each and every one of us possesses is real and true. The hope, goodness, care, and love we have is real and true. The things that are happening around us and to us, are real and true. The actions that we each make and the consequences of those actions are real and true. Opinions come from a place of selfishness, close-mindedness, small mindedness, and limitation. We do not belong in that vain. We do belong in the place in which we can see things as they actually, truly are and create what we wish to create, where we are, how we are, and throughout that process we can make progress and continue to grow and better ourselves, and others, along the way.
See things as they are. See things as they are and in that, work towards how you want things to be. Create your reality, the power to do so is yours. Use that power. Care for others, fight for others, respect others, love others as you do (and should do) yourself. We are all in this together. We can make this world better for all of us. We all deserve the best. We can have the best. We just have to accept things as they are and the things we can not change, and change the things we can. Look deeper, look beyond the surface of yourself, others, and situations and see that we are all connected. We are all going through something and we have to acknowledge that. We have to help ourselves and each other. We have to come together. We have to actually care about ourselves and one another.
Let’s do it. Believe in yourself and believe in your fellow beings.