I used to want my opinion to matter but now I’m not so sure.
My opinion is always changing. I’ve gone from religious to atheistic to religious again and then spiritual.
So if my viewpoint is always changing why should anyone take it serious or even literal?
I’m starting to feel that no one should take anything I have to say seriously.
It’s true what they say about your opinion being the only one that matters.
And it’s true because your beliefs and views shape the world around you. If you let outside input determine the way you look at you and the world, you will end up with a distorted perception. Which is what most people have anyway.
A hundred years from now, I’m sure no one will remember the things I had to say. Unless I’m somehow immortalized. Even still I can’t see it mattering much in the long run.
I’m sure this post will probably even fade from your memory in time.
So why say anything at all?
Well, there’s no real reason to say anything. Still, we have a lot of opinions.
Sometimes we can say something that will uplift someone or make them laugh or smile. So the things we say do have a impact but does everything have to be taken so literal? I think not.
A lot of times people don’t know what they think for sure (including me) and their recall of events is somewhat shot as well.
It seems what most people say out loud is not dependable.
Everything should be taken with a grain of salt. Even words from people who are known gurus or known to be smart or intellectual.
Don’t let anyone be the single determiner of your thoughts and feelings. That all lies on you. It falls on your shoulders to find the truth for yourself or simply what works for you.
So yeah, don’t even take this post serious. That is, unless you want to.
It is the process of freedom.