We realize, we are not the ones who will suffer the immeasurable from broken worlds we leave behind when we blaze a trail in search of "a-better-life." By 'getting an education' and 'getting a job' to 'fit in', all the while 'getting someone/s for a bum and venting unto until *that special someone* appears, but it is just attrition war and tolerance volcano because the pair is too similar and different at the same time and no one wants to fix anything due to reluctance to change'... usually, "aftermath-comforts" patterns emerges for us to resort to for the pain from any suffering that we perceive, it is merely the simple act of perception of dissonance that which causes the person pain after the moments has passed and physical body has healed... so we hit a time when we 'have enough money to get a family, car, house, holidays, kids & entertainment'... we wonder in and are lost with a job we hate, a family we despise, a mountain of goods we've forgotten, that list of "to-do" things we made on our 21st, friends we never call anymore or could not remember the names to because we are too reluctant to keep the fire burning... the distance stretches for miles between me and people now, reading papers, taking that unwanted walk to past the time but telling no one that's the actual reason, a cup of coffee a cup of tea, grey old world's still the same, so i guess this is the feeling of waiting for death after retirement? If you're happy calling that a life then good on ya mate~ Personally, i change my world by evolving myself so that i will never cease at becoming an evermore capable machine in all areas of active and passive engagements all the time and not so that i may better serve future purposes. -Human Evolution: One for All and All for One.
PS: i do not want to sit on my island or in a basement at the biological age of 45 and wonder 'why did i not grow any food for that kid who starved to death in Africa?' or 'why have i never raised my voice when people were outspoken by strafing bullets and echoes of gunshots?'
Thank you, Namaste.