Torpedo Soup for the LoyarBurokking Soul
After a Twitter hiatus of sorts, Zain HD returned with some typically Zain-y reflections. They are reproduced here, for your self-reflectionating pleasure. Be warned, self-reflection is a dangerous sport — this is no chicken soup for the soul.
Just had a read through my Twitter timeline after months of not doing so. Some observations; which I’m sure some/most applies to me too.
- It seems the more some people fight for love, but perhaps because they’re fighting, they breed more hate.
- As we focus on expressing our feelings, we get distracted as there’s little thought.
- Because the majority is wrong, the minority does not have to be right.
- If charity is reserved for the poor, then either charity is unfair, or we’ve misunderstood what charity is.
- Some of us are confused between expressing ourselves, and thinking aloud. Expression is not always thought. Almost never.
- Everyone is responsible for the influence (Followers) that they have. A donkey can always teach a man (wrong) things.
- Our instincts tell us to express our hate. Perhaps it’s time to revisit the concept of trusting our instincts.
- Our society makes us hide our love. Perhaps it’s time to revisit the concept; who comes first — society, or love?
- If there are more exclamation marks in your tweets, than there are in your hearts, then perhaps you’re not being yourself.
- The more concerned we are about what’s happening there (them), the less we are about what’s happening in here (self).
- If some of us valued respect, more than we value friendliness, we might actually get somewhere.
- If our understanding of privacy is a password, it’s because we’ve no thoughts left to keep.
- Being independent, is understood only in material terms. If so, the mind is clearly dependent, still.
- If success of eating is measured only by hunger, nothing more, then we’ve forgotten the bigger picture.
- If you patronize stupid people’s achievements by saying you could easily do what they do, then you’re stupid too.
- If we don’t know how to be comfortable with ourselves, we’ll never be with others.