Thursday, July 22, 2010

This is all

I am so fed up with people and the morals they lack. See, everyone walks around complaining about all the wrongs done to them and then they turn around and wrong others. What's the point? You get what you put into the world. So yeah, if you cheat on girls all the time and then want a respectable girlfriend in the aftermath, IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. That's just one of many examples I can throw out there for ya. I can understand if you're an upstanding citizen and the world constantly pushes you down, even after doing good to and for others. However, 95% of the time, this isn't the case, it's the former, not the latter.
You have to have some type of morals, or else you're going to constantly be hit with a big sack of bad luck. I truly believe the problem with the communities around this area is, everyone expects to live a life of "partying" and "fun" (which also translates into irresponsibility) then they expect that life is going to work out perfectly and they will get everything they wish for. SIKE, this is the real world, not some dream land where you make everything possible. I'm not saying having everything you wish for and want isn't possible, but it definitely is not achieved through immaturity, waiting around for a party, or lack of respect/care for others. In fact, you get a lot more out of life when you help others get to the top. We all would much rather sit around and talk not only about others, but then about ourselves hoping a pity party can save us, news flash; it's not going to happen.
Almost everyone I've ever met in this area of Michigan has not only been somewhat of a Debbie downer, but also have said a lot more about others than they do about their own mistakes or imperfections. Which, in turn, says a lot more about them than the person they have previously discussed. In conclusion, stop doing bad things to others and after hoping something great will happen for you. I guess, point blank, everyone is more concerned about ME, rather than WE.

Friday, July 2, 2010

I'm not drowning, and I don't need your life jacket.

Everyone needs a savior, whether it be in superhero form, higher power, or human. People get stuck in a bind and they search the grounds for someone to carry them out of their situation to salvation. As nice as it would be, for everytime I had a problem to have another person pick up the pieces and sweep all my problems under a rug, that's just never the way things work out for me. Ever since I can remember I have been my own prince charming, I have been holding my own fort and battling life with no one by my side. This on going problem of thinking someone is going to come to our rescue everytime the "shit" hits the fan, it's so unrealistic. I used to look to my parent's to save my younger self, but that is not even the case anymore. I try my hardest to rely on very few for anything, because if you are your own savior, you don't need to be in debt or feel guilty towards anything, or anyone. Sometimes things get bad, sometimes things feel like they are going to fall apart, but I've learned to be my own glue to hold all of my life together. So if I can, you can...always. Be your own helping hand, instead of waiting for a hand to come along, cause one day, you're gonna be waiting forever for a limb that won't be thrown your way. I'm not drowning, I'm not down and out, I am just a little lost, give me some time...I can figure everything out.
Shelby Kirchoff