|Posted On:||2007-10-24 13:23:27|
(after a delightful personnal message from LynZyn, I HAD TO return to commenting publicly about PLUR and other "concepts" of the past...):Listening To:
Well its unfortunate of course but unfortunatly, today's generations are so fixed in their individualistic frames of being that they think they are doing "good" by being selfish and having all these upside-down values which "justifies" their own actions but ends up as proof that they have no respect for anything else but their own @$$es.
It sucks, I know... "MUSIC IS THE ANSWER"; maybe, but unlike the person I used to be, I won't fill my head with possibilities; I will wait until proof is exposed!
I believe that (unfortunatly) it is up to the people to make a change, as a COMMUNITY, not as selfish individualists. But today's world is geared towards making us more and more selfish, in order for the corporations to thrive on us as a society of consumerism.
If people realised that it is more important to have UNITY amongst people in a community, over owning cellphones and portable computers and MP3 players, then maybe we'd be on the right path to become enlightened.
Unfortunatly, our societies promote individualistic and selfish behaviour, justifying it as being "hip", "cool", and "in". So therefore, today's generations believe that being a selfish pr!ck is in fact being "cool". They believe that by having their cellphones and MP3 players makes them "hip".
So the corporations have indeed won the "battle" since we humans are more preoccupied by having to own more gadgets than being more socially and environmentally aware.
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