For the 1st time I almost understand why a lot of truth is omitted in our history books during our school age years about the real history of the world. When you take the time to learn what actually has transpired to shape our world today from major historical events in time you see cases of such utter brutality and suffering world over that any child knowing the truth would lose their innocence very early in life with likely dire consequences for society much worse than the lack of education or miseducation of today. Pleasant lies give the truth an almost palatable hue. Most people never seek or have the time to dwell in written history.
On another note, I also surmised that if all humans were granted immortality the amount of chaos, conflict, and savagery world powers would inflict on the general population with no fear of death would probably equate to horrors unimaginable to today's standards. The world has a long repeated history of confirmed psychopaths in charge of nations. If they lived forever, we'd all be screwed.
I wonder if all semi-retired folks have time to have these thoughts about the state of the humanity 🤷♀️🤦♂️😂 #random#history#intellectual#noonetotalktososocialmediaitis#nevermindme#education#truth#knowledge#latenights#introspect
Learned the hardest way 💯
Stay true ...
love unconditionally .....
Always leave the best memories.....
They’ll come back once they realize your worth 💯🤷🏽♀️🙏🏾👌🏾💕🌎
I’ve been enjoying the people that appreciates my company ...Values my time and have the best time ever because I’m just fun 🤷🏽♀️...... either from dancing or laughter
Good vibes and Good times only
Drama over that way 👉🏾 love my family and friends @fancy_here @king_cairo_89 @___nayelee___ @nataliie_delgado_ @anf_sosa @charlinskyy_x100 @lorse @nachi1718
an awesome week !
All you get from me I’ve been busy living
One Must show love everyday 😘 Block me Block Light 💡 🙏🏾
through this tragic and meaningful and productive and sometimes deeply lonely year, i have found a lot of comfort in the words of simone de beauvoir, who better articulates much of what i’ve gone through than anyone else i’ve read or encountered. i took this photo of her grave right before reading The Woman Destroyed in paris, earlier this summer.
“The door to the future will open. Slowly. Unrelentingly. I am on the threshold. There is only this door and what is watching behind it. I am afraid. And I cannot call to anyone for help. I am afraid.”