I don’t want your Type of Change
May 11, 2017
I got in the same philosophical battle with one of my family members that I always do. It always ends with their advice, and me walking away more frustrated than if you would have sat and listened to my experience. Maybe something would have been learned from this experience if we put all the materialism aside and look at the bigger picture. Because that’s what it boils down to, I let my guard down, and now all of a sudden that makes you an expert? Here’s what I wrote.
We live in a world that’s weeding out the poor people. I can’t just write a book. I’ve got to work real hard to master it, get into debt with a degree, market it myself, jump through burning hoops across the Savanna desert, or have the money and know the right people, who want nothing to do with you unless you’ve got the money and know the right people.
I’m getting tired. I’m going back to not caring. I’m burnt out. You can have your monkey fuck. I’ve got human stuff to do.
Then I started to get comments about how I need to change my life. Well yeah. Thanks for your help. It was a joke about life today that backfired. Quit looking so deep into it.
I don’t want your type of change. I want to grow without your advice. I need sponsorship for my books, so I can keep my site advertisement free and make my works available for public ridicule of all people, regardless of background.
I’m more annoyed by the fact that my joke turned into why someone can preach their wisdom because of their financial security over someone else. I get my advice from experts who care about the future of this planet, or for a better laymen’s term, Nerds.
The truth is, I don’t want your 401K (even though I got one, lol), your corporations, your greenbacks, or your lifestyle. I don’t want any of that. I just want to help people in a way that I feel makes a difference. I, however, do not want to be told how I’m supposed to think and feel. I don’t want that kind of change. I want to live a life free of your influences, and your mind control. I want my own sense of freedom and my own sense of power over of the situation. Call me a control freak. I call it Situational Responsibility.