Think For Yourself!
I know you're turning up your nose right now, saying to yourself:
"Who the hell are you!"
"I live in America or [insert your Civilized Nation here]!"
But calm down, take a step back and think about your beliefs. Is there a possibility that many of the things you believe in, are just ideals that were passed down to you by Other people - people who were also unknowingly conditioned themselves? It's a Legacy of unknown brainwashing, so pervasive that most people find it difficult to just question their beliefs least of all free themselves.
- you, who has no one in your life to help strengthen your confidence nor cultivate your talents
- the woman who put her dreams on hold to be a supportive wife / mother
- you, who thinks "outside the box", surrounded by the close-minded
- the worker who sells their talents for pennies to make others millions
- you, who diminishes your intellect, so as not to seem arrogant
- the woman who has lost her independence due to the insecurities of another
- you, who feels lost, searching yourself for a greater purpose
- the teenager who is bullied for being "different"
- you, who has big dreams, trapped in a small town
- the woman who stays in a loveless marriage for the fear of failure
- you, who can often feel alone in a room full of people
- the socially awkward student who eats alone during lunch
- the woman who buries her true happiness under falsehoods of a heterosexual lifestyle, so as not to disappoint family
- you, who is ambitious surrounded by the content
- the college student who is "wasting away" in a lecture hall because college is customary and "safe"
- the man who is afraid to be labeled "feminine"
- the worker who is actually more intelligent than all of management combined
- you, who distorts your worth with an obsession for material goods, so as not to face your true self worth
- the man who lives a life of quiet desperation hiding his sexuality, so as not to offend religious beliefs
- the intelligent "hot girl" who is often seen and rarely heard
- the elder who has regrets of not having accomplished more in life
- you, who works a miserable job, just to pay the bills
- the artist who yearns for an outlet, being led down a path of tradition
- you, the "black sheep of the family"