Humanity is flawed…
…That’s a given.
As much as we’d like to believe, that our understanding of this statement is absolute; many times the understanding of our understanding may, in fact, not reflect as much.
Strangely enough, when thinking in terms of humanity in general, this is true almost always; yet at times we(depending on who you are exactly) sometimes stray from this understanding. Essentially, we tend to come to much different conclusions on the possible outcome of any given situation(for better, or worse), when it involves us within those included amongst the involved parties. This is perhaps, simply one more, out of our countless human flaws, which may be added to the already mountainous pile, of those well-known to man for ages.
We tend to believe quite strongly in the honest truth of our naturally flawed, shared nature, at least when observing or discussing the presence of various imperfections displayed amongst human beings in the general sense. Now, if it is me involved in a situation, the whole equation changes.
The vaccine needle breaks inside of us.
The shrooms you ate were somehow tainted.
This disease might be wayyy worse than it really is.
I’d kill the damn terrorist if I was there…
Either we see ourselves playing a much more positive role in the picture, or; we allow the outcome of something, in many cases of a quite casual nature, to spiral into a very negative image indeed.
Either way, we are inevitably prone to such a polarized worldview.
That said, the case we find ourselves in is quite a decent one to cope with.
Simply put, I propose a systematic reversal of any negative imaginary situations, in exchange for only the positive, glorified daydreams in
which we score the winning goal, we save the school from an armed group of international terrorists, where we save the damsel and get the girl.
I mean why not?
First of all, a positive mentality has recently been proven to project out into the physical prosperity in the real world by scientists across the spectrum.
Second of all, if the above seems to be the truth, a replacement of negative daydreams with those of a more positive nature, should, in fact, lead us to slightly, in the very least, more prosperous and fulfilling lives.
In any case, that’s my understanding on the matter…