This means war
By Jacob Nagy
We all want to quit something
Majority of the time
Whether it’s a person
Or a place
The thing though
It’s actually constructive-
And trust in yourself,
No longer a world of hate
we’ll live in.
I don’t want to escape.
And love and compassion
This seasons new fashion.
Autonomy no longer your lobotomy.
It’s your choice
But we’re going to make it; Take it
Empower your liberation.
We’re all fighting, no bars health.
This is psychological warfare
And we will win.
The villain never wins.
Our heart is your heart, and your heart is our heart too
By Jacob Nagy
Just because you have sat there and told a person not to do something, then they still, autonomously, did it. You do not get to call it quits then. That there is exactly when you must stand with that person in solidarity.
This current social order of operations is isolating.
The idea is, ‘Oh well I told you not to so, it’s not my problem now.’ But who’s is it?
This is how friends get left behind, and we wonder what we could have done more to help. Or we brush it under the rug like ‘Oh I did all I could.’ You did not.
The biggest problem in this society is that it has perpetuated ‘unwarranted self preservation.’ The idea that the slightest threat to their current well-being may upset their long-term well being. That people tend not to do things for others, as if it will somehow affect them negatively in the long-term instead of fighting through to the heart of it, in the instance.
There is no altruism in that. There is no humanity. There is only selfishness.
This whole idea that your place in life is directly affected by the forms of [di]stress you [encounter] only perpetuates further isolation, misunderstanding, and further misuse in all forms.
The opposite of addiction is not sobriety; the opposite of addiction is understanding and connection.
Everyone needs to disconnect from this idea of what they think life is now- DISCONNECT from the propaganda of social media that has us washed into thinking that we are all the same. It’s all just a veil. Drop the veil.
Take a step back and you will see, none of us are the same. We are all strangers fumbling around another and offering trusts or requesting assurance to validate our choices.
Let’s feel strong* in our choices, down to the core. And you feel strong in your choices. Offer that up to someone who might not. Try it out. Stop being so damn ‘careful’ with your “heart.”
The sooner you begin to realize that we are all here, but we’re also all different, the sooner you’ll begin to experience real growth, real compassion, real understanding and be able to influence real change. Whether it’s upon one person, yourself, or many, all positive change ideas create change in the right direction.
Fight for love. Fight for equality. Fight for understanding. We’re fighting a fight that is so much bigger than what most of you could even imagine, but start to pay closer attention. Everything is not what it seems.