Something we need to change

A parent goes to get lunch with the baby in the car.
Upon arrival, the parent says, “Hey, it’ll only take minute. My baby can stay inside.”
Regardless of the hot weather, the parent goes, slowly sapping the life away from the baby.
Something we need to change

“Hey dad, turn on the news.”
“Ok, son.”
*Conserve water ad appears*
“Don’t you find this ridiculous, there’s plenty of water here,” says the father.
“Right, why are people so annoying over this drought thing?” replies the son.
Something we need to change

Life is not something we must manipulate.
We must realize our purpose.
We must do good and prevent bad.
One person bursts out, “Hey, it’s not my fault if that guy was bullied. The bully and the bullied person have to work that out on their own.”
Something we need to change

Two friends converse about money and happiness:
Friend 1: I worked so hard and attained so much money and got myself a new car and other cool gadgets.
Friend 2: That’s great.
Friend 1: You don’t seem too happy about it. Why don’t you feel happy for me?
Friend 2: I do feel happy for you but it doesn’t matter what I feel…it is what you feel.
Friend 1: No, I have to know that you acknowledge my money and happiness. You know I am better than you, right?
Something we need to change

6 thoughts on “Something we need to change

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    1. Thank you and yes, we have too much to accomplish before we can have a truly functional society! 🙂 I try to write on several topics so there is something for everyone. Glad you like the website.


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