Friday, March 18, 2011

Waiting on the world..

I have been meaning to write and something or the other has always come up and can't believe it is already mid March! These past few weeks have been all about going after what I want despite the odds. Remembering to stay motivated despite all the reasons not to.. Fear should not prevent anyone from pursuing their passion. With everything that is happening in the world, it is just a reminder that life is too short to live passively, for someone else, or without meaning. But yet so many people live their lives like robots, forgetting to take the time out to enjoy their life or even having reasons for why they have the checklists that they do.

My heart is aching for the people of Japan and Libya and I just don't understand those that are buying Charlie Sheen tours with their money when they could be helping someone that desperately needs it. Sometimes I wonder, how do we all end up so different even though we are created the same way. Compassion seems to be dying along with the need to help. Most people are out for themselves and have become desensitized to the problems of the world. Fair enough, everyone has their own shit to deal with but even empathy seems to be disappearing.

I guess what I thought to be an innate feeling, really isn't and that is just depressing me. I know it shouldn't but I expect more from people. Always remembering the good with so much bad is tough sometimes.


  1. She played my song..aww we saw him together (even though you did not cheer)
    well babes, the more we think we evolve the more steps back we go..seriously, people forget the little important things in life are indeed for free..and John Lennon was right:
    "You may say that I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you'll join us
    And the world will be as one"
    Im a dreamer too...lets dream together!

    Besitos calientes mi querida

  2. Hey! My first comment although I have been following you and reading all your posts :) This was a moving post for me...thanks for reminding me at 1 in the morning while I sulk in self-pity, that there's much worse out there in the world that ppl are going through...May Allah bless the unfortunate...


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