The Trashy Truth
|Posted on March 12, 2018 at 1:55 AM|
Happiness is not a state to arrive at, but a manner of traveling.” —Margaret Lee Runbeck
personal perspective and opinion.
Because what's important to you, may not be important to somebody else. We all place a value on things in this world and that value is best explained by the level (1 - 10) that represents how important, impactful, meaningful even some thing is to us personally. Now ignorance comes into it as well.
if you know what it's like to be hungry for an extended length of time, edible food would be high on your values list. But if you're 350 pounds and been fed your whole life I like a f****** baby, you wouldn't hold it as High on the list of things you value. Maybe health insurance might be a little more crucial, because let's get real, chances are you're going to die early. Run a lap.
If you've been cold without the ability to warm yourself before, you would greatly value the ability to keep your furnace working. So your 7 year old 1st grader won't be chattering their teeth as they try to sleep the day before the spelling test. But if you live in Mexico, its just another Monday and your run-ins with the corrupt federales, or the local drug cartel, might be a tad more pressing then a central heating unit in your tarp shanty tent in Tijuana. Or in your own almost paid off mortgaged bungalow right across the border. Welcome back to San Diego. Your still not legal. Go get legal.
The point I'm trying to make is, we are all just the final product, the total sum of the experiences we have lived through. However old we may be. And however much knowledge we have acquired.
To judge somebody in any regard because of the the way they choose to live their life according to their own personal list of values beholden from their own personal life . On that note would you say that could be an explanation as to men thinking they are superior to women, White's thinking they are worth more than blacks (3/5 compromise),omaybe even the ongoing struggle between the Haves and the Have Nots of this newly emerging globalll society. In its totality
This is America. Far too many people have paid the ultimate sacrifice to deny another those certain inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. no matter what that happiness may be. We all follow the same rules. We are all entitled to the same rights. Write the first 10 of them down you could even call it something special. A bill maybe?
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