Have you ever stopped to just breathe?
To just step back and observe others?
Sitting back, and realising just how odd it is that people are so self-destructive.
Some people will continuously expose themselves to things, or people, that they hate.
If you dislike something, why do you continue to do it?
If you dislike someone, why are you constantly stalking their every move?
It’s no wonder the world is so hateful.
Hate will not end because they secretly love the feeling.
They like the feeling of the temporary “conquer” they make up for the weakness they posses, and it’s become an unstoppable cycle.
It’s a drug they are on their knees for, because it temporarily makes them feel powerful in ways they believe life could never offer.
Little do you know, you’ve surrendered your entire self.
Because in the end, you win nothing.
So, wouldn’t it be lovely if people could just say how they feel towards something?
Like saying, “hey, I really don’t like when you do that to me.” or “Hey, I’m in love with you” or “Why the fuck hasn’t anyone purchased a blob fish for me?” or “Hi, I miss you terribly, and think about you often.” or “I’m not fond of that girl, and I’d rather have nothing to do with her, so please just stop.” without sounding desperate, or cruel, or super whiny and bitchy and mean.
Why can’t everyone be painfully honest and just save themselves the trouble?
“The greatest weakness of most humans is their hesitancy to tell others how much they love them while they’re alive.”