intellektuellejugend asked: You understand so little and claim to know so much. I hope that one day we can sit down and talk peacefully. Even if you do not want it, I'm still praying for you man.
You claim to know so much and understand only what they told you. I hope one day you sit down and read more than one book. Even if you do not want it, I’m calling a therapist for you, man.
— Emma Thompson
I never applied myself in school. I never went to college or learned a trade but I’m going to bitch about it because it’s unfair. I’m stuck making minimum to low wages like some of my co-workers that are still in high school. I deserve $15 an hour because when you order a hamburger with just lettuce and mayonnaise you get one with tomato and onion instead. I haven’t done anything to improve my situation but I work really hard and I’m entitled to things like everyone else.
It’s not right that other people took their education seriously and ended up building a future for themselves. It’s not right they waited to get married and then had children because they wanted to make sure they were financially stable with a good paying career first. They get a nice car and can afford to pay on a house when I’m stuck with food stamps, taking public transportation and live is small subsidized apartment. This is America the land of the free, right? Like wtf!
And then I’m like
Because whatever you say they will always come back at you with “your privileged” (me,lol?) or that “you’re rich” (I’m not even middle class) or that “you don’t understand what it’s like to struggle.” Newsflash: I grew up poor and it sucked but my upbringing taught me the value of learning lessons by not repeating mistakes my parents made. It’s not always “the rich people’s” fault.
Who the hell wants to live a life where you feel like you’re always being judged by a malevolent and invisible deity that originated from ignorant and ancient sand people that didn’t even know the position of the earth in the universe when you have enough to deal with by being judged by people every day?
Having faith in a God is just a politically correct way in saying, “I’m nuts and there is nothing you can do about it.”