No time. why do we feel like we don’t have the time to advocate for things and people that we believe are important?
- Primed to mortgage our time on superficial occupations.
We live out our days on this earth going to school religiously to get our ideal job. Then we date frantically to find our harmonious spouse. And then we squabble vehemently to provide for our perfect family.
- There is never enough time for everything.
With careers, schooling, and families, plus our necessary leisure time to rejuvenate. There is never enough time to do the things we know are important but are convinced has no benefit other than emotional gratification.
Warning made up the following scenario:
Everyday Janet drives to work at her local DMV center. In her routine day, she realizes that customers are complaining about how the new law requires them to have the best car insurance financially possible. They have to submit a portfolio of their income and expenses. Proving that they’re spending the most they can afford. All in hopes of decreasing the number of underinsured drivers being sued during car accident claim disputes.
Janet can relate with the clients that this is invasive, and she complains to clients daily. Janet also talks about the new requirement with her coworkers. Although Janet is aware of the impeachments of American citizens rights. She has the thought of not only complaining but to jump into action; she tells herself she hasn’t the time to look into the validity of her feelings. Nor does she believe her protesting will be pervasive in changing the new requirement.
- No longer complaining but acting.
“Small steps equal huge Journies”
You do not have to abandon your job, family and leisure time to be an advocate against world problems. Somehow we have contrived in our minds and applied these thoughts to our schedule that it takes so much time and long spurts of effort to succeed.
- Janet only needs to commit thirty minutes a day on her lunch break to look into how to go about changing laws as a citizen of Little Rock.
- Make a list of what she thinks is required to change the new law.
- What constitutes “illegal law practices”?
- How have people in the past changed laws that were voted into everyday play?
The more she knows and looks into answering her questions, the less she will feel her desired end result is impossible for her to accomplish.
- Praise and Envy to the Devoted Protesters/Advocates.
Deep within us, we can acknowledge the praiseworthiness of people who will advocate and not only complain about problems in life. Secret Envy of individuals who dedicate their lives to “The Cause”. Regardless of societies pressure’s; telling them to put their picket signs down and join the local job force.
- Mainstream Media has Victimized Our Minds Into Thinking of only Extremities.
Either you went to school and you work the “nine to five” plus occasional overtime. Or you are a whimsical emotionally driven human, who refuses to earn a proper living. All because you utilize your education to irritate, in hopes of reformation.
We are constantly prapelled to respond to abominations and outcries of those mutilated, yet we can’t find the time to become a protester. Who constantly utilize their free time or prioritizes all of their time to better the world.
- Under-Estimating The Importance Of Emotional Gratification, Incurred by Acting upon our desire to change the World.
Incomplete, our feelings when we suppress our innate urge to campaign and rally change.
Symptoms of suppressed Desires:
- Slight/Light depression
- Muscle tension
- Unsettled; mentally and physically. Feeling the need to busy yourself constantly resulting in empty feelings.
- Positive Manifestations derived from the Evolution of Human Urges.
All human desires are not promiscuous/evil. Nor do they lead you away from normal operations in life.
Alleviation of our connate calling to reform the world into a better place causes:
- In control
- Enriched with awareness of life’s purpose emotions.