I think I might change the way I do things around here. I’m thinking of resorting to making myself out to be tho emotionless, carefree guy. After all, this is the internet right? Nobody (except a few) actually know me in real life, so what does it matter? Every time I show some sort of optimism or positive outlook on life, negative feedback ensues. I’m not exactly moved because this is life. For every good person you meet, there will be tons of nasty human beings that want to condemn you and your dreams. My message to you guys is to move past that, in any way possible and go after what you want. Although selflessness is a good trait, in order to affect others in a positive manner, sometimes you have to put yourself first.
Now that writing this put me in a better mood, I can conclude that I’ll be the same genuine, constantly happy Justin that a lot of people enjoy. As per the people who’d rather see my downfall and low points: I’m genuinely sorry that I couldn’t cater to you. Maybe in another life, a long time from now, I’ll be a different person with different intentions.
The world and the people who live in it//how they function is so interesting to study. Today, I watched two movies: “The Lottery Ticket” and “Coming to America”. While alot of people watch such movies for amusement and entertainment, I took alot of different things from these two films. In “The Lottery Ticket”, Kevin, the main character wins the Lottery and after a full day of hatred from his neighborhood friends, they all decide to be his friend once they learn of his new fortune. Girls that blew him off previously (gold diggers, specifically) threw themselves at him. “Coming to America” was similar, but the moral of the story was more mantaining your humility. Taking both of these things into account, I think it is interesting how circumstances change people. These movies apply directly to real life. Some have to search far and wide to find genuine love and affection. The world is poisoned by the very material object that runs it: money.
The moral of the story is, look at everyone who claims to love you and appreciate you. Subtract all of your material posessions and things that you cant and wont change. If you can be confident that they’ll still love you and show their love for you after subtracting these things, you’ve found a true companion. Otherwise, these people aren’t worth your time and you should probably seek better people in your life.