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2014-05-30 @ 23:52:11
This is a very “easy for you to say” article.
The points are obvious- YES holding a job turns you into a corporate slave who fiends on wage to gain meaningless materials. But damn, this perspective doesn’t appreciate the HEthans who MUST work in order to pay rent, shelter, one of the most primitive needs. Must be nice to live somewhere for free; those caring and nurturing parents are a luxory. Ones that know this truly appreciate any opportunity to earn, even if it is minimum wage and under the abusive boss. That’s when you learn to treasure the off hours and truly cultivate your self during them.
An article on here, a site full of big dreamers, that messages “fuck jobs!” is inspiration to fall off path. Stay true to yourself artist, but don’t become a starving one. Balance! Be you and screw the system in a tasteful manner in which you can camoflague, not change, to act accordingly through the image of being yourself.
2013-11-20 @ 17:35:19
I’ve always wanted to just take a person sitting in a wheelchair with me…just wheel them out the door and bring them wherever
2013-10-16 @ 18:59:24
2013-10-10 @ 08:05:36
Meliorism starts with ME…go do great things!
2013-09-06 @ 22:32:12
This is a statistical info-graph about how statistics in general are inaccurate. Quite humorous.
2013-07-23 @ 19:40:22
Back in the 1776ish day and age, this idea of The Dream was quite appealing, realistic, and tangible for everyone; it was during a time when individualism was being created, but the catch 22 of an individualistic society means we all become unique individuals and thus we must separate our identities from everyone else’s via gender, ethnicity, culture, social and economic statuses. Success!- the rise of individualism… and in creating inequality/prejudice. When the latter success became overly-prominent, the idea of the Amurrikun Dream became just that- a dream, not reality. We need to change with the times and redefine the dream/rewrite the laws to suit our modern society.