Life likely gets better if perspective is adjusted. For 99 percent of the population what happens beyond your home is just noise. The things that happen within your home or within yourself are the most important things. That 99.9999999 percent of all the other stuff that’s going on in the world around us, you can’t do anything about anyway. So now that things are whittled down to .00000001 percent of what’s going on, life is already getting better, right?
All these stories about one man making a difference, don’t believe them. They’re designed to make you think you are something when you’re really not. You’re only choices in life are Ford or Chevy, Wendy’s or McDonald’s, paper or plastic and after you make the choice—nothing; you aren’t any better off than if you stayed at home in bed.
Political parties make you think you have a choice but you don’t. Each will promote their own brand of Utopian balderdash and maintain the same old status quo.
When it comes right down to it, that little old lady down the block living in a house full of cats has got a better grip on reality than most. At least she stays to herself and she’s not trying to get your vote. She doesn’t even care if you approve or disapprove of her lifestyle. All she’d like to do is feed you to her cats.
No, I’m not advocating living in a house full of cat fur. I’m advocating turn off the news, think about what kindness can be offered to others, and how I can better myself and not the world.