The original plan was to publish a college post today but I can’t bring myself to write anything else but this.
I work in an office that is about 30 minutes away from where I live. On my home commute, I decided to do a search on google, “why do I hate the world so much?” Because I do, and even though none of the things I found from google were relevant, it made me feel better to actually write out those words.
And that is where the idea for this post came from.
So why do I hate the world, you ask?
Because life is so unfair. Disproportionally unfair. There are people who never have to work a day in their lives if they don’t want to, people who will be working until the day they day, people who loose their children and parents and lovers, and the list goes on. When I say I hate the world I mean it in that general sense.
Plus the fact that the black people are still heavily oppressed by the man-made rules of society, (this is a whole another topic for another day — because to be honest once I start writing about that I don’t think I’ll ever stop).
Life isn’t fair, people treat other people like shit, I walk around like a zombie because I hate my job but I need money so I have no choice.
However, I am unreasonably optimistic about life at the same time. I still am a firm believer that life is ultimately what you make it, and you can live the life you’ve always dreamed off, if you work hard. It will be 100x harder for some of us than others (namely all blacks, and minorities) but I still know it’s possible.
That is why I started this blog. I have an ultimate vision for INsheP, so even when I feel like this is going no where, I still find the strength within me to keep going. This is why I feel it is imperative to share this journey with you guys, because it is in fact possible to get whatever you want in life, whether it be a certain person, place or thing. All you have to do is keep going, even during the times where you hate the world.
Anyway, my next #FreeWriteFriday will most likely have to do with the state of the black nation is currently in. I am currently reading Malcolm X’s autobiography and it is changing my life. More on that later.
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