Be kind, be meek, Be kind, not weak. ~MG~ Equality matters. Black lives matter.Black women matter. Human children matter.LGBTQ matters and only exists because of BLGBTQ’s support. Spiritual freedom matters. Right to harmless creative expression matters. Right to mobilise and work matters. Right to equal opportunities to attain equal education matters. Human lives matter SO … More in need of change — [Poem]
Empathy is taking oneself out of the picture and knowing that people have their own lives, their own challenges, and their own emotions. It’s understanding that if someone feels a certain way, it may or may not have anything to do with you personally. Compassion is helping someone who needs something you have in surplus, … More Empathy, Compassion, Gratitude: More Easily Done than Said
[Theme: Psychology and Personal Development] An ‘oxymoron’ means two words that contradict each other. ‘Monogamy’ means two morons contradicting each other. ~Mikavelli~ ‘Monogamy’ is one of the oldest forms of human conditioning. Perhaps at one point in history, the concept of ‘monogamy’ was invented to keep women from becoming jealous over male desire, or designed … More Here’s an Oxymoron: Monogamy
“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” ~Viktor E. Frankl~ These past ten weeks in Hong Kong have been filled with peaceful protests, police brutality, gang violence, and riots. Millions of people … More There is Freedom in Oppression
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Be responsible. “Problems” exist all around us, but when noticed, it is our duty to find solutions rather than wallow in the atrocities of said problem. There are many people who enjoy challenges and have the courage to tackle personal problems like a bull. However, there is also the risk of impulsive and aggressive behaviour as … More Problems and Solutions
Today, I argue that cultural conformity leads to human dishonesty. We have learned that restrictive cultures don’t encourage open communication between children and parents — children spend their lives lying to their parents in order to avoid consequences. This sets the notion that lies are acceptable because how our parents treat us is how we treat … More Culture — The Antithesis of Honesty