Are you not tired of stress?
From the stress of how much money you should have? Not living how they say you should? The pressure of not having “enough?”
But what is enough? That question is subjective. That question stems from spending too much time on social media, a fake reality in reality. The seed of the question is planted in your head by the media, then blossoms into full blown panic when you look around and see someone with more.
More of what? Materialistic bullshit. Something shiny. Something new. Something expensive. Things that depreciate after purchase! Distractions!
$pend… $pend… $pend.
Are you not tired?
Tired of being told you’re not angry enough. Black enough. Not one of us?
Are you not Tired?
Maybe you should conform. Be like others that are popular on FakeLifeBook. Getting likes from halfway profound rhetoric—impressing shallow people who pose as righteous, as their faces are planted in the lit screen of an $800 device. A device that is deemed old in 6-8 months. By then another model will be dropping, and those same armchair activist, from the fake deep crowd, will be in line, waiting to spend what they should be saving.
Yes, saving. Preparing for the future. Oh, that’s right, you live in the moment. The future, oh that’s far far away. You have plenty of time right?
I guess I’m tired. Tired that my line of thinking doesn’t line up with those who don’t see what’s really going on. Do you know what it’s like to feel surrounded by people with blinders on, and minds geared toward selective thinking, memory, and hearing.
Moral of the story, live your life. Garner your own opinions. Think for yourself. Stress is bad for the body. You’ll get old with no social skills, and have to hire help.