What would you do if you had the entire world in your hands?
Seriously ask yourself this question, as it is very important: what if you had the entire world in your hands? Would you set it aflame, or would you release doves? We must all ask ourselves these questions because it reveals what our expectations are for the world. When you look at it figuratively, someone who dislikes themselves would paint the world black; someone who loves themselves would create peace on earth.
It is in the absence of these questions that we lose ourselves, because we are all a part of a bigger picture: the human experience. To live it is to walk with the greats. We must always remember why we are here and what we are doing with ourselves in order to prosper as a society, and as individuals.
Paint It Black!
Ever have one of those days where you wish you could paint the world black? Well, you might want to get checked for symptoms of depression! Just kidding, but there are a lot of people who wish they could just paint the world black, and that’s okay. We all have off-days, but remember that just because you are having a terrible day does not excuse the world being painted black by your pandemic brush!
Always stand strong! Be resolute! Don’t let the world become dark to you! “Always live in awe and wonder of the miraculous human experience” – Hunter P. Adams. It is a great world, whether you can see it or not. We have a duty to cheer each other up when we are upset; to brighten the world when someone around us is seeing nothing but darkness. Who was the last person you spoke to? And what did you do to help them achieve good, positive emotions? Remember, we are all a part of this!
The Human Experience
We all live for, or in spite of, the dynamic human spirit. The human experience is a wonderful thing; it is a marvel. We must always look at life as something worth cherishing and protecting, for if we look at it any other way, we are setting ourselves up for failure (and even war). Transference is real, and we all have a profound influence on those we are around.
If you see a bleak world, chances are those around you will notice it, too. And in this insinuation, we realize that we are all apart of this world, and all equally trapped by it. But that is no excuse to let the world get us down. We have a duty to protect each other, to find solutions for others, an to assist others in making the human experience equally as profound as our own (and to trust that when we are feeling down, we are surrounded by people who will do the same for them!).
What Will You Do?
Tomorrow is a new day. What will you do with it? Will you make the best of it or just play it safe and roll over? Will you be the one who wishes to paint the world black, or the one who accepts that the human experience is the way to go? Look past oceans and borders; see that the world is a marvelous thing to be a part of. Will you protect it, or will you paint it black? You have until tomorrow to decide…