Call it an Outburst
I wonder if there’s anything more to life than what i already know and what I have already experienced. From what i have seen, I have learned that everyone is a genius in himself and loathes the insights of others. Very much like the case in which you are driving your car and everyone going slower than you is a retard and everyone going faster than you is a jerk.Many a times, we may accumulate the courage to lock down all the bullshit in our minds, holding on to it like the last drop of water in a desert. And now,we somehow feel at ease in thinking that now we are above those lesser mortals who spill their hearts out on public platforms. Yes, those shameless souls who do not fear about what the world will think of their feelings or those extremely optimistic morons who think their feelings really matter to some random people in their friendlists. I know it is advised to keep your emotions and feelings to yourself, but, ironically, isn’t that the only thing human beings are good at?
What is life but a strange coincidence in which a few chemicals mixed in some weird proportions start to behave intelligently and they develop into such complex and amazing forms that are able to think and wonder about this whole phenomenon. (To creationists: Yes, your stories are cute too.) So, in all this mess, how do we measure what is it that the human race have added to the empire of life. From what I understand, life is the deadliest form of virus. And once started, it is very hard to end it. And I am not talking about human life here, but the Life itself. Yes, so what should i add to the mix? The wars that humans raged. Or the new superbugs that our extremely advanced medical science created. Or should I choose the collective stupidity of large groups of humans which blindly believe in a notion and can do anything to propagate that. Or those people whose weapons are pen and paper.I don’t know much about anthropology or philosophy or particle physics, but somehow, i believe the essence of humanity lies humanities.