I've been formulating this conclusion in my head for quite some time, but have only recently found it to be an actual fact and not just an observation in brief. Most of my latter thinking comes from people's reactions to the Invisible Children "Make KONY Famous" video and of course, the Republican party. I'm not going to go into detail about either of those topics, it's just background information.
Daily, I try to figure out what makes my brain different from most people's brains. Why are my thoughts so different than most?
I've found the culprit. It's been under my nose the whole time. It's that stupid poster that hangs in just about every kindergarten classroom in the world. You know the one, "All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten..." I think people actually believe that and therefore, have not allowed their mind to evolve or in same cases, think at all.
No, don't. This is your basic socialism versus capitalism argument. Work hard and then share out of the overflow of your heart and your riches. Don't just give stuff to people who don't want to work hard.
Don't hit people.
But, don't roll over and play dead either.
Put things back where you found them.
Unless it's a lost wallet, child, puppy or important USB drive.
Meaning: the government is not required to clean up your messes.
No, this is wrong. Really wrong. Americans are fat. Really fat.
Who wrote this? That doesn't seem like a balanced life. It seems like a busy one. Also, you're probably poor.
Yeah, if you're sick or retired.
Someone try this and get back to me.
I know exactly how and I know exactly why. A tree growing in a styrofoam cup is not wonder.
Goldfish and hamsters and white mice and even the little seed in the Styrofoam cup - they all die. So do we.
There has to be a better way to teach this point. I'm supposed to compare a goldfish to a human being?
Americans, if this is really your MO, I suggest you find a new one. Use your brains, be smarter. For the sake of everyone.
does the "what you learned in kindergarten" poster really say all of that? i like the part about watching for traffic, holding hands and sticking together. that's sweet.
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