I have this song stuck in my head. It is “class” from “Chicago”. It’s making me think……
Now, if you listened to the lyrics, I have started to contemplate them. Have you ever thought about how our society is so very hypocritical? I’m not saying that I also am not a hypocrite at times, of course I can be. But why is our society so hypocritical? It’s enough to turn a human mad! People criticizing others’ skills, shedding contempt on their ideas; hurting feelings. People walking around thinking they’re all that and have the right to look down on the skills others have and mistakes others make when, in all reality, they are just as at fault.
Why can’t we just accept everyone? Why can’t we just be nice to people? Why can’t we truly care instead of lusting after physical gain?
I know what it’s like being the kid that was always left out. This made me grow up to truly fight to help the “unlovable”.
When you grow up would you be the savior of the broken, the beaten and the damned?
Will you defeat them: you’re demons, and all the non-believers: the plans that they have made?
Just because something is different doesn’t mean it’s bad! Just because someone is angry a lot doesn’t mean they don’t love. It’s often the angry that need the love you give to regain faith in the human race and give them something to hold on to!
This is one of my life goals now: To be help those who need it most. The broken. The monster infested. The ones that truly are nice people but have slipped below the surface while swimming in a pool called Life.
To help those who live the “Sharpest Lives”
‘Cause it rains and it pours when you’re out on your own
You’re the one that I need, I’m the one that you loath
You can watch me corrode like a beast in repose ’cause I love all the poison
You can take all the pain away from me
Help those around you and you’d be surprised at the amazing, loyal friends you will make, and the lives you will save!