I read that line as a comment on an article on some of the topics below...
I've been facing (as you probably) all those posts and manifestations on gender roles gay pride, LGBTQ community rights, the Gender Neutral Bathrooms, political postures, responses to terrorism-religion phenomenon, breastfeeding in public spaces, shame, guilt, bullies and crap; and I'm sick of it all, as you are. We are human animals after all aren't we? Imperfect and yet perfect. We have tits, we have an undeniable sexuality an its all good people! It's OK...since when we are so modern and ' civilized ' that those things are seen as offensive? I mean how come?! ...geez.! even being left handed it's negatively judged these days...
But I think I get it, the fact that we're tearing down corrupted a/o unnecessary authorities and started making our own stories over youtube and snapchat gave us power to judge and be the protagonist of our lives and thats good too, but lets be smart about what we judge and how we do it, lets take a moment to understand ourselves while we're making this judges, in the process; let's ask ourselves what does that says about me? more so, why does it bother me so much? then breath, stay in yourself, go dig into that finding (actually do the work), make sure not to kill anyone and continue to Fucking MYOB!
We're missing out on a little thing: this whole debate can turn out to be our opportunity to evolve.
I wonder how come we've made it this far without extinguishing each other? given that these are not new issues and I think this speaks about how we as a society have changed our perspective on dealing with these topics specially in the last 10 to 15 years or so, right? It must be that.
Recently on my local social media, which is worse than TV:
In case I'm not making any sense so far, Beyonce summed it up for us:
You're free to rave this one out too:
So let's drop this anxiety on agreeing on EVERYthingggggg, focus on our own shizz and share our real inner Self, that one that's intact, not fucked up at all (:
This week (like a month ago or so) Linda Rodin has drawn my attention partly for exuding that fine mature solid persona (she seems to have a broader sense of peace within herself), and partly because she has an intact grace and sutil charm that once you really take chance to look closer you can understand and happily admire it, like I did.