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Being pathetic

I wish that people would work the same way as cars orOff Grid System. If something is not working right, change the faulty piece and have the car back on the road within a blink of an eye. I am tired of hearing everyone complaining about how miserable life is. What gets me so annoyed is the attitude some people have towards their peers. 

I am always disgusted when I see some persons going on a power trip and looking down on others, just because they get a chance. They are so narrow-minded that they would not be able to see the bigger picture not even in a million years. Just because they have been miserable, they want others to suffer, instead of showing compassion and empathy. 

These ignorants can’t realize that they are just a pond, a tiny piece of a huge puzzle. They are used without even knowing it. These people who love who show how powerful they are, are nothing but some superficial creatures who got lost in this materialistic world.

I am also annoyed by those who love to blame others for their mistakes or lack of action. They blame their families, their friends, even God. Wake up, people! Obviously you will always be stuck in the same place if you do not do anything about it! How do you expect to have a different outcome when you do the same thing over and over again? If you did it once and it ended up in a failure, what makes you think that the second or third time the results will be different?

Use your mind! Lose the self-pity attitude and start thinking! No, it’s not too late for that! Get over yourself and open your eyes! There are far more important things going on than your job or whatever drama you have been witnessing. Quit the victim role and embrace a winner’s attitude! Good brings more good. Positive vibes lead to positive outcomes. 

Who cares that your neighbour’s car or house is bigger or nicer! Appreciate what you have because it can always get worse. Whatever you are depicting as your lowest, it’s still somebody else’s highest. You may feel as being at your weakest, but you are still high above a million people or maybe more, who would give anything to be in your shoes.

Life is a gift and it should be seen as way to learn and help others. This journey starts with improving yourself and it extends to finding ways of make others rise. Thus, whenever you feel like going on a power trip, think again!

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After obtaining a DEC in Arts and media technology in 1997, Daniel Fridley took some courses in creative writing at Concordia University, before stepping into the wonderful world of the web. He is widely published as a columnist, author, blogger in the high spheres of web 2.0.