Correct me if i’m wrong, but it seems to me that these days, people focus on labelling the people they scan walking past them rather than focusing on their own lives.
Nothing is ever a necessity unless it’s pretentiously voted for and seen by the majority as the commonality of society’s progression. BULLSHIT.
So then, if we do know that this whole shitty perception of the society exists, why do we do not make the slightest effort to end it completely, knowing the adverse effects it has on such people?
Why do we have to give titles to body shapes? Skinny bitches? Really? And if they’re too skinny we either criticize them like tell then they have a flat board or tell them to put on weight and all.
Why? Why do we do this? All while knowing that it could possibly result in the individual becoming bulimic or anorexic?
Why do we need to constantly point to a characteristic as a flaw? Who gave you the right to judge? Are you a professional athlete? Trainer or doctor? Unless you are, you’re not qualified to and you really shouldn’t.
Instead of pointing fingers and criticizing others, why don’t we just put in a little effort to stop and look at ourselves? Why don’t we make an attempt towards making ourselves better human beings instead of forcing others to?
They could also criticize you but they choose not to because they know what its like to be constantly reminded of their “flaws” and given remedies for them.
Instead of pointing out the wrong in a harsh way, talk to them calmly and be positive and appreciative of their features. They’re unique and so beautiful. Why must we always have an immediate reaction which is, the major of the time, negative?
Positivity induces harmony and balance. I’m sure we’re all loving human beings. Its just takes a pinch of no judgement to see it through and work on it.
Be happy. Live happy. And love yourself because you’re great.