Everytime I walk down the road with someone new I always get a kick out of them asking “why everybody watching you soooo?”
It’s because I am a muda effin majestic legendary pokemon, the general public best be amazed.
People often don’t see the hard work that makes the genuine happiness a possibility. It takes work. Real looking deep into yourself and being honest about the things you see, recognizing that they have no place in you, dragging them out into the light and beating them. It takes honesty and work that isn’t at all pretty.
This is my personal blog. I am not a public figure and not here to appease anyone in anyway. I post only for myself. I do not post to keep any one of my 800 followers happy. I haven’t promised you anything and you are not owed anything because you choose to follow me. I appreciate each and every one of you, but if one day I post something you don’t agree with or understand and that one post, to you, sums up my entire existence-please unfollow if you need to. You have no idea who I am: my joys, my sorrows, my struggles, my hopes my dreams all belong to me.
Please remember that.
I am so sorry that you are still missing the point. I think you’re recanting and changing your statement now because you now understand the purpose of the post. I just reread them to make sure I wasn’t missing anything and I still don’t see where they’re implying that their mental illnesses shouldn’t be taken seriously. What exactly are you looking for here? What are you trying to prove? Again, the point is, if two two people in question were black they wouldn’t have taken the time to look into their background. They would have been shot without taking anything about their lives into account. This isn’t that difficult, anon. The evidence is there. The history is there. The problem is at the core of the institution and it needs to be rooted out. There is no way to sugar coat it. People are still being shot, among other things, for being black and people still want to pretend that racism doesn’t exist.
Thank you. I HOPE they get it. For me, this isn’t an us against them. I can’t say I know the race of the anon person and I refuse to assume because I’ve encountered MANY black people and other people of color with the same attitude. This isn’t a separation thing. I want there to be understanding and ANYONE who chooses to turn a blind eye to the issue is doing themselves a disservice and adding to the problem.
It’s all about love, understanding and learning to treat each other as equals in a world filled with inequality.
Remember, your life is not a factory product. You can’t quantitatively say when you will be here or there. You put your head down and go for it. You don’t hold back. You get up sore and tired and mentally taxed. You put your head down and go for it. You repeat this. You miss your workouts. You get off your schedule. You spaz out. You fight fatigue and lose. You get up and put your head down and go for it. Embrace your day. Embrace your surroundings. Turn them towards you. It is a slow process but you can do it. Don’t ask for people’s opinions. Listen to your own growing work ethic. If you feel you can do more, then there is more to do. Get up, put your head down and keep going.Dig Yourself (via howitzerliterarysociety)
It absolutely did not imply that he be shot and beaten. If you would like to come off anon and have a conversation with me I welcome it, but please don’t act like you don’t know what’s going on here just to attack my character.