Thursday, June 12, 2014

The suckitude of society, part 1

I have a very humanistic view of people. This is good for those with low self-esteem because anyone who tells me "I'm not worthy!", I automatically do not believe them and reply instead, "borrow my eyes!"

But most in society view you through your own lens.

If you revere yourself and hold your head high, they treat you with the same exalted presence your entitled ass expects. Conversely, your humble self may be trod upon.

This is why people act invulnerable, because this fact is inherently understood.

Well I don't care. I'm going to be both humble and open and I will not play by the rules. I will revere you no matter your own view and I will continue to face my frailties honestly.


  1. I'm with you. There is more evidence (at least from my own perspective) that there are many that like me for me, even in those times of self loathing (feeling that I myself do suck). Very strange to be treated well when one wants to treat one's self badly/less nicely.

  2. Let it be understood that there is no point at which you could be understood to deserve suckiness. . .

  3. Good for you! don't let anyone lessen your view of yourself, or tell you how to see others.