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  I have always been thinking about in the news of what people say and do and about what friends and family say and do.

  Most of the time I end up asking why would these people say and do these things that they have said and done. Are they non-educated? Are they just money loving ass kissing SOB? I am reluctant to admit it, these thinking of mine are a bit judgmental. But I can’t stop thinking about, evaluating, and analyzing these sayings and doings whenever they come to my attention.

  Lately, I haven’t been able to help myself keep away from seriously reacting to these people’s sayings and doings; and I am turning a bit agitated and irritated by my thinking on those sayings and doings. I have begun to feel tired in my mind.

  Then it just popped out to remind me that in order to rescue my agitated, irritated, and tired self, I am not to keep asking ‘why’ in my mind but to learn how to live on. I also realized that to learn how to live on is indeed to learn how to deal with. That is, I need to learn how to deal with various issues which comprise the core issue of what we called ‘living’.

  I need to learn how to deal with the fact that each individual’s action and thinking describe what I see the individual’s personality or character. Personality drives what the individual say and do. If I don’t need to live the individual’s character, I don’t need to be seriously troubled by the individual’s mere personality or unique character.

  I need to learn how to deal with the fact that each individual’s action must be for a reason which is deemed appropriate for the individual. If the individual’s action isn’t harmful nor destructive, I don’t need to be agitated in my mind by the individual’s action.

  I need to learn how to deal with the fact that each individual’s thinking must be with a purpose which is deemed needed for the individual. If the individual’s thinking hasn’t any detrimental effects, I don’t need to be irritated in my mind by the individual’s thinking.

  However, I do believe I may continue to evaluate the ethical value on people’s sayings and doings. I may continue to analyze truthfulness on people’s sayings and doings. I believe evaluating and analyzing will not tire me out in my mind.