Someone asked me whether I’d rather live in this chaotic world, or die where it’s peaceful.
Look, I’m not going to deny that this world sometimes sucks. Evil is celebrated, cursing is not only expected but respected, being a jerk is okay if it’s for laughs, and the response to kindness and politeness is to make fun of them.
I’m not completely oblivious here.
The thing is that because of this, anything good is considered unimportant or unrealistic. And then they wonder why their so miserable. You’re not going to see good unless you look for it.
The way light filters through leaves.
The way a new mother looks at her child despite all the pain she’s been through.
A small compliment from one acquaintance to another.
I know it’s a hard world to live in. I myself have dreamed of the chance of peace I might find after this life. But until then, I’m going to continue to look for the good. It’s little, but it’s struggling to survive.
Humanity has so many good things about it. The thing is that humanity has started to reject its own goodness, and instead only believe in evil.
But the world still beautiful.