What I Want

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What I want in life.

Submitted: November 27, 2014

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November 22, 2014

 

Early this morning I woke up and meditated. I feel enlightened and very peaceful. The taste of peach tea lingers my mouth and I can feel the dew of the morning; the light is hitting me from the window. What i what so endearly is to be honest with myself and how I feel. I don’t want to play any games, life is strolling ahead of me. I’m scared. I know I have been given all of these opportunities, but everything that I can do, I don’t want to. The stress has created a weight on my chest. I am considering if what I want is to get a lot of money, or do what pleases me. Everything is possible. I know that if I become a supreme court judge my life will be covered with money, but I won’t be happy that way. If that is what I become my life would have come to quickly out of my reach. I want to live my life, not wait for it to happen. There are things that I want and wish for, but I know that I don’t need them. Like clothes, a house, a mac, access to any place that I want to, and a boyfriend. Even that  life won’t be what I want it to be. I know I need education, exceptional health, and love, along with daily life necessities. But when I say this, I don’t hear myself. I hear what people want to hear from me and that’s what I have been forcing myself to say. I don’t truly want all these things. I want a simple life where people grow their own food, don’t depend on electricity, where no one is out for the money, and where everyone can thrive without ever even thinking of the wrong. Where nature is equal to us and we care for it. Where people are all good-hearted and are not compared. Where war doesn’t exist and everything is fair. I hate it when people say I have to deal with ‘it.’ Never should anyone have to deal with anything that they don’t want to. Or when they say that life isn’t fair. It’s not life that’s not fair, its the system that we all live in. If we rebuilt the system to make it fair then wouldn’t life be fair, because that’s what we’d be living in?

 


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