These days, I’m tempted to write a novel with stories I hear about my friend’s family. Why are humans so greedy? At times, I am happy I wasn’t born into a family with wealth because they always end up fighting for the possession of possessions — it is disheartening.
Although I made a promise to myself to be more outgoing and talk to strangers, it is sometimes hard to respond to a bike rider's chatter or to find it interesting enough to pay attention to it. It just goes to say that there are good and bad days for the worst and best of us, respectively.
And that is what most people don’t understand — a perfect relationship(of any or every sort) cannot be a constant rising action. We will have ups and downs, lows and highs. The most important thing in the end is to be able to fix the little problems that shall arise and to rejoice in the joy that shall come along. I called them little problems because once we tackle them in time and with tact, they are gone before they ever saw the light of day.
While having a chat with my friend, we reiterated that the root cause of at least 75% of depression in today’s society is the lack of money and the want of it. Those who have money, relatively have easier lives by at least 50%. In summary, the top 2 things that most people need and/or want are love and money. Once emotional and financial stability are no longer an issue to worry constantly about, life becomes sweeter than Melrose place.
Dear Diary, keep my thoughts as secret as news can be…