We cry for freedom, something we wanted all our lives, but when we got it, freedom was ignored. Isn't it funny how we abuse our powers? We constantly tell ourselves that what we do results in what we will do, so why aren't people trying to better themselves? Tell me if I'm wrong, over and over again people complain about the restrictions society puts on us. Though, I feel like it changes no one's actions because people still act the same no matter what.
We are stuck with those habits, but people need to put effort into trying to fix themselves. During class, we discussed productivity and many brought up the idea of being too free and not having a base for writing and working. I think that's just bizarre. Do people really want to convince others and themselves that if a teacher or someone else tells you to do something we will? Come on! We control ourselves, I don't see how we can't be the ones who make our own base.
As some of you may know, I struggled a lot throughout this blog to find where I stand with writing posts. I felt that me struggling was a good thing and it motivated me. Struggling meant that I was trying to get the best work out there. I didn't want to just publish whatever it was and not have great quality. Although with me saying this, I think that posting 2 blog posts a week is fine. If you're concluding that you are having trouble writing two a week then set time for yourself. That's just you being irresponsible. You have no one else to blame for your actions except for yourself. Time management is key and if you can't do that then find ways. You are your own solution, the best person to help out. If you're not even willing to help yourself, then why expect others to?
Okay, I, myself don't even post two blog posts. I understand why some might not listen, but I feel like I have a great explanation on why that is. Every post on this blog means something special. They all have their own messages, no matter who reads it. I work on those blogs for a week and try to perfect it even though I know that nothing is perfect. You can see the length of my writing, they are not short, it is not something I can just write in half an hour. That won't be my good work. I want to remind you I am not productive all the time.
Every single moment of my life isn't productive. I have to admit I slack off a lot, but I feel like me admitting to that helps me get to a closer step of my goal. It makes me realize what I could do, which then pushes me into getting the work done because I have already plot up ideas. Hearing all the comments today about people becoming lazy because of all this freedom is very disappointing to hear.
Has my class become so brainwashed that we are crying for restrictions to come back? I thought that people knew what they were stepping into. This class, environment-everything is suppose to be different. We were not meant to be like everyone or anything that exist in this world. Why am I surrounded with people who think we need a box to think differently? Signing up to something different means you accept that there will be flaws, mistakes, newness. You signed up to be taught differently, if you wanted the same things, then go back to class because this is not for you.
I enjoy what I do, that's why I'm here right now and do what I do. I enjoy having this freedom. When we cried for freedom, I screamed for it until my voice was heard. I never stopped screaming for my writing to be free and with this opportunity I have, I will never let it go. We don't have that much time left to appreciate this. I can guarantee you many will regret ever wanting to go back to the old ways once they step behind the lines. Or maybe they won't because society shaped them so much. I love it and I wouldn't change a thing.
The blog is my base. The blog is their base. The blog is our base, yet they don't know how to use it because it's not a box they can think outside off. Freedom is something we are suppose to cherish not be thrown once we make contact of it. People aren't trying hard enough. They are lazy and irresponsible. We were given a hard task that's easy in disguise. We destroy our decisions yet that's not who we blame. We cry for freedom, something we wanted all our lives, but when we got it, freedom was ignored.
let me know what you think, I'm always welcoming something new.