|Ms. Vee on Eyes wide open|
|Becca Bear on Eyes wide open|
|Ms. Vee on Eyes wide open|
|Holistic Wayfarer on Be a better you|
|Becca Bear on Be a better you|
The cat’s pajamas
It is not an every day thing but, I find that it does wonders to surround yourself with those who are successful and positive about life. Even if your successes do not directly correlate it makes you try harder. Like a competition.
We as humans are very competitive. We can be sore losers or even good sports but there is always someone in life you would like to do better than. Someone you’d like to impress whether it’s a friend, family member, coworker, anyone! Even if you just want them to tell you you’re doing a good job.
Being around positive people who smile creates a better atmosphere for others, thus creating a positive environment.
You have to find your happy medium on the positive vibes though. I find that too many annoy me and too little depress me.
I’m sure this doesn’t apply to everyone, it’s probably just me but realizing this makes me happy. Mostly because I have found my perfect mix of successful, happy people to be around. And those who may not be are the ones I can help<3
I hope that while I build on on their positive attitudes, they will build on mine. I think I like that idea the best: Helping people be positive and happy.
I like a good gossip every once in a while. I don’t know why, I know its wrong to talk about other people…
Which is why I’m really good at listening to what other people have to say about their (or other peoples business). I do not like talking about people, only listening. When I start to talk I feel guilty so I just keep my mouth shut about 80% of the time (everyone slips, don’t lie you do too!),
But there are things I just do not care to hear or speak about. Unless it directly pertains to me. Otherwise, don’t tell me. I don’t care.
I do not want to know why someone got fired, unless it is something Im doing. In which case simply saying “watch out they are firing people for that” will suffice. I do not want to talk about so-and-so losing their job because they failed a drug test, or stole, or had relations with whoever they shouldn’t have been.
First off, that is not my business to know. Second off, you could get fired and I could get fired for talking about it if that someone in our work place.
There are eyes and ears all around guys!
On the note of taboo relations: if someone is cheating on their significant other, do not tell me.
I am one of those people that would feel obligated to tell the other person. Why? Because I would want someone to do it for me.
And yes, I have sincerely thought about that answer. Because although it would suck, hurt, and be an all around pain in my ass, I would rather have one person (or multiple people) tell me the truth rather than everyone lie to me.
One liar and knowledge is better than two and ignorance.
It would only be the end of the world for a little while. For me anyway.
I realize that not everyone is like that. Some people are perfectly happy in their own little world where everything is bunnies, rainbows and hearts.
That is why you simply cannot tell me.
Just leave me out of it.
I don’t want to know.
Why do people feel it is their business
to judge other people?
To give them labels?
It is human nature to judge others, it is just what we do.
Like, “oh, that person smells bad and their clothes are dirty:
They must be homeless.”
“Oh, that guy has on a rainbow shirt:
He is probably gay.”
“Oh, that girl looks different from the rest of us ‘normal people’:
Shes a freak.”
So what if there are homeless, gay, or freaks in the world?
What harm does it do you?
Do you not want to share oxygen with that person?
Scared of catching their germs?
Ill tell you what the problem is:
there is a personal vendetta,
Some kind of jealousy,
Because that person can go out into the world being whatever they want to be,
Dating whoever they’d like to date,
Dressing however they want to dress,
And your opinion may hurt, it may sting, it may make them want to cry,
But in the end they know who they are.
And they can be who they want.
And there isn’t a damn thing you can do about it.
You. Cant. Change. Who. They. Are.
So stop being so hateful and if you don’t like what you see, move on.
I know I personally like to smile in hateful peoples faces and tell them I hope they have a great day.
Because their harsh judgements are just whispers in the wind at the end of the day.
Good day to you.