From time to time I ask myself: “what does humanity really mean?”. Unfortunately, today it happened again…
Everyone defines it differently. But why is that so?
Shouldn’t be this one word fundamentally burnt in our heads?
Just one definition of this one word and not about thousands?! Shouldn’t we grow up in a society which nurtures us with a uniform humanity? Not the way everyone defines it for themselves? I know we live in a world where the statement “unity in diversity” is well preached – and I really do appreciate it, don’t get me wrong! But the main problem is that many people are mistaken. Some send condolences on twitter or Instagram or different social medias using the hashtag “prayfor..” while some of them aren’t even kind to their fellows who are living right next to them.
Certainly, somewhere even those, who are setting bombs at concerts which many people attend to have a great time, think they are doing well. They probably think they do “their folks” a favour while these are also listening shocked to that awful and devastating news and are ashamed of these people throwing mud at their religion and culture.
Humanity should be equal. It shouldn’t be an “open” definition where everyone can decide for themselves what it means to them. We all should be born with a natural sense of humanity. But apparently, we aren’t… at least some of us aren’t.
We should start by changing ourselves and our surroundings. We should begin by causing small circles around us, like a stone falling into the water. The stone causes a concussion which arises small circles around the spot it popped in. These circles are getting bigger and bigger. Every circle causes the next bigger one.
If we know that not everybody is born or raised with a natural and good sense of humanity, let us spread it on our own. Beginning with ourselves and our surrounding. And it will affect the next circle. And the next… and the next …
Humanity means to take care of each other. Always try to be kind to your next man/woman. Never harm somebody on purpose… And spread positivity and LOVE.
P.s. I’m really devastated by the bottom of my heart these horrendous things are happening in our world. Sending much love and power to the victims and their families! ❤
In general, I’m a quite outgoing person and an open book, telling sometimes random people about my life and being naive like a little child. I know it sounds stupid but it’s true. The thing is that I still believe in humanity regardless what happens around me and how people treat me. I believe that if you are kind to others and play a small part in their life’s by giving a piece of happiness to them, someday you will gain this whole happiness/blessing back. So don’t give up on humanity there are still a lot of people left who are good at heart and who will appreciate your pure intentions a lot more than you would expect. Don’t focus on the bad side, just focus on the people who are crossing your way and giving you an honest smile. Be one of them! Go out, smile and make a better day.
I mean who wouldn’t smile back? Everyone would be so positively surprised and that’s a quite nice feeling. Just try!
This is the first time I’m blogging. I don’t really think many people will read it but actually, I just do it to write down my thoughts. Maybe some of you guys are going through the same stuff as I do right now and probably it could help you somehow.
I’m an 18-years old girl living in Germany and I’m on the verge to do my A-Levels. Moreover, it’s the time I have to make really big decisions regarding my future. To be honest this whole situation is overwhelming me because I don’t really know what’s right and what’s wrong right now. There are two options for which I have to choose. On the one hand my family tries to convince me to go straight to college after school, but on the other hand, I just want to see the world. It made me brood about it very long and I felt up to the creek. However, in the end, I’ve decided to do what my heart was telling me.
My thoughts regarding … College
Until I was a kid I knew that college would be a part of my life. Actually, there was never another option for me. I know it sounds weird, but it was kind of planted in my head since I was a little savage. The ironic part of it is that I haven’t any clue what to study (or do in my future). Medicine, Journalism, Eventmanagement, … so many directions but which one is the right one? Why there’s no major dealing with me, my life and my future? Every one of the majors is overfilled with people who have a dream of a bright future. But mind, how is it possible to be someone special out of the crowd? Because if you’ll just be one random person in this whole bulk of people, you will never gain the success you want. And with this point of view, I’ve understood that it isn’t about WHAT you’re doing – it’s about HOW! So I came to the conclusion that finding your passion or at least some direction which is really interesting you, is the first step and probably one of the hardest, in the right direction. Next, you have to show the world that you can do it, that you are different compared to everybody else. Because it’s all about being special to gain success – It’s all about being yourself!
My problem? I haven’t found this passion, yet. Therefore I’ve decided to give myself a break and enjoy the beauty of the world first.
My thoughts regarding … Travelling
There was always one thing making me completely happy: Travelling.
I have never been someone who could just sit around in one place because this is just depressing me. Visiting different countries, places, cultures – this is so fascinating and satisfying. I’ve already been to various countries: Poland, France, Austria, the Czech Republic, Spain and Italy. Now a bigger adventure awaits me: AUSTRALIA! On the 1st Oct 2017, the trip begins. I’m going to discover the beauty of Singapur, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, etc. and I really can’t wait. It is going to be the best time of my life and hopefully a journey to my deepest self and my passions as well.