I'm wondering why so many of us are so intently focused on the dystopian future we seem to be living in instead of focusing on more positive aspects of modern life and envisioning how the future can be better for us and our descendants. Are people really so selfish as to keep procreating without concern for what is being left to future generations? There are a lot of really kind, smart people on earth and it'll be great to get together and create a nicer future.
"what is your greatest weakness?" Show more
the interviewer asks. this one is actually kind of embarrassing, but i decide to be honest. i say hesitantly, "i can't convert sunlight into energy," as i glance jealously at the potted plant near the door. i cover my eyes and struggle not to cry.
One thing I've come to learn in life is that if you look hard enough, you'll always find what you're looking for. If you spend all your time looking for things which you despise, soon enough you'll see them everywhere.
You can choose to do that if you wish, but it'll bring no joy to you or anyone else.
Life is far more enjoyable if you look for the beauty in things instead.
Things to do today:
- check on your friends (if your friends don't need anything or are always fine, you are only friends with privileged people and your next todo is to make more friends)
- stay off the internet for more than one consecutive hour! A movie, a walk, a playtime with pets (phones on silent!)
- eat the yummiest thing you can
- wash your face, brush your teeth, and maybe even shower
- post some weird emojis
- compliment yourself
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.