Happy New Week! As human beings, what do we owe the world? When I say the world, I mean other human beings? I mean this in terms of characters displayed, and attitudes towards everything and everyone else. What is appropriate?
One thing that always strikes me is no matter how much the religious ones say leave judgement for God, we are likely all judgemental of others in one way or another. I know God made me in his image, not like a duplicate- so while I would like to think He made me awesomely, I am not perfect.
I literally found myself yelling “CTFO” (its Ramadan i wont type it out) when i was watching a Vlog last week of the OAP-the one where her husband is having a baby by another, talking about “sometimes it is better to be alone”. This comes after a lot of relationship advice she had given in the past. And i thought to myself, it makes it hard to be sympathetic towards this lady who thinks she has a face to present to the world. Of course many insults followed from the public. People were of the opinion, she should have kept quiet or spoken about something else. I still don’t even know how she is coping, but I am a firm believer in breakdowns- its ok to have a break down, what’s not ok is choosing not to recover…my own opinion- of course opinions are like you know what- we all have them….
And what kept going through my head was, we don’t owe the world any explanation, appearances or such things. Living your own version of happy at any given time is essential – provided you are not knowingly violating the rights of others. No one with the exception of your maker deserves your truth, silence is not dishonesty. More often than not, silence may even bring you more judgement from others, but it may be the more solid approach, because it gives you time to work through yourself and then tell your story in your own way when you are ready.
If we stay true to our own version of happy, does the world love us back? What do we truly owe the world?
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