The facts are in, and the results are?
People really suck.
They're selfish. They forget what kindness is and what it truly means. They're no longer compassionate. Very few hold actual empathy. Trying to understand someone else's point of view is nearly unheard of anymore. Why is that? When did this happen to society?
I wanna tell you about something random I taught my daughter a couple months ago, but it's effective and I truly believe adults should hear this. Here goes.
Look at your hands, are you seeing them? Flip them over. Now choose one. Lift it higher than the other.
That hand is now for learning. Now glance at the other. Raise it above the one prior, that hand is now for helping. Our hands are for two things. Learning, and helping.
Our world needs to open up and understand we are all in this together, not a single one of us is getting out of this life alive anyway. So spend your time learning. Growing. Being better. Spend your time helping yourself. Helping others. All of that matters. It's the deepest rooted moral I want instilled into my children. Why you may ask? Well, inconsiderate a$$holes like this one, is precisely why. Go on, keep scrolling!
Oh yeah, and one more thing. If you don't want neighbors, make the same decision I did, move to the COUNTRY.
These people are the epitome of exactly what I was referring to. They were mad not because she was being obnoxious and loud, no, they were mad because their dogs barked as she ran by. They were mad because their security lights would trip on as she ran passed. Their video doorbells would chime their phones. They were to blame, however- they decided to not take any real course of action to I dunno, attempt to reconcile this within their home.
Nope- They literally blamed it on her, and shoved complete responsibility onto her over it.
Talk about total b#llsh!t.
Of course people took her side after she posted on Reddit; I mean, DUH!
It's a free country. Sister, you RUN when you wanna run. Hell, I'd be petty and run back and forth doing sprints making their sh!t go nuts. But hey, I'm a #pettybetty when people are too dense to grasp themselves.
I hope if any of the "Dicks of the day" are reading this, it changes your perspective and that you alter your sh!tty behavior.
For the ones that do good out there, continue doing good. The world needs you.
Always try to see situations from another person's perspective. And for pete's sake, take responsibility for your OWN crap. If you've got an issue, better try to solve it first before you go waltzing up to someone maiming it their problem. Capeesh!?
Have you ever dealt with an unruly neighbor? Or anyone in general? Let us know in the comments!
BE KIND FRIENDS! & don't forget what your hands are for!