Since the beginning of my blog and all the nagging and complaining I have been doing, I always get the same advice from people. “Put your self in someone else’s shoes, it could be worse!”
Let me explain a few things. My foot is a different size and shape than others. I don’t fit in their shoes. I don’t like their shoes. Their shoes smell and walking in them gives me back ache. Their shoes are of a hideous style and I like my own style! Why would I even want their shoes? Why then do people keep giving this horrible advice to me all the time. “Mona, just think of how someone else’s life is. It could be a lot worse.”
I cannot think of someone else or put my self in someone else’s shoes. I am unique. I am different and I honestly don’t care about anyone else other than my self. I am human. I am selfish and I only think of my self because NO ONE will think of me or how I really feel. No one does. All this crap about oh, let’s help others, and we have to understand and love one another is pure BS. Who came up with this anyways? Hippies?
I was thinking about this. If I lived in the 70′s, I would not be a hippie with long straight hair and bell bottom jeans with peace signs tattooed on my forehead. I don’t believe that love and people is the answer. People are the problem! So why do I need to fit in their shoes?
So if you want to give me advice, be more original, and don’t come up with lame advices and tell me to put my self in their shirts or pants or some worn out apparel. I don’t care. This is my life. I was born this way and lead this life style. I can only change it. I can complain about it. And you, as a reader can do one thing. LOVE ME FOR WHO I AM! Don’t you love me?
I just stumbled a page while I am writing this article (yes I am a multi thinker), and I got this. Life for me is strange, mysterious, and I got super neurons that transfer my thoughts over the internet through my computer screen. Genetic computing or what?