Sunday, 26 January 2014

Don't Punish Your Self.

As a species, we are farcically exploitable but this is not Natural. We've been conditioned with corrupted sentiment and sensitised with emotional abuse to the point where we're pathetically, tragically fragile. Our emotional feelings consistently make us faceplant. We don't do ourselves any favours when we get emotional, that's for sure.

I'm substantially less emotional these days but I had an incredibly emotional childhood. My siblings and I were forced to contend with a mother who was hysterical when she wasn't catatonic. I carried residual frustration and bitterness throughout my teenage years and into my late 20s.

The remarkable thing is that I was aware that I more tightly strung than most, but the idea that my feelings were in my control never really occurred to me. It was just the way I felt. How could I help it? People were making me feel that way. 

I see a lot of people in a similar position.

Saturday, 11 January 2014

You Can't Spin This.

A Miscarriage Of Justice: Forced C-section
posted by M Caulfield December 5, 2013
Accusations have been increasing over the years regarding the questionable intentions of social service workers, and those who confiscate children from their families. The increase in child kidnappings at the hands of the state complements the growing adoption trend, and market for newborn and young children. Social services have even been accused of receiving bonuses for taking children away from their families. Although there are many instances when the natural parents are not good for the child, separating a child from their family is a serious thing and can damage their ability to form attachments if done wrong.

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Good is Needed for Evil to Succeed.

A friend of mine posted this on Facebook and there wouldn't be many people who could find reason to disagree or criticise the advice. 

But all the evil in the world is being fuelled by decency. 

All that is required for evil to succeed is for good men to do something