Bullycide: Where is the Love?

  • Posted: September 14, 2009 and this post was last modified April 4, 2011.

I was thinking about the differences in the different time periods of the Earth and how values have changed along the way. For some parts of the world, we were founded on Christian values of honesty and truth, and for others we still respect our heritage and so forth. We all look for advancement and even some are not aware that there is more to this life. Perhaps we forget that we only have one life to live and that we should live it to the fullest. Why cut it short on bad acts? If we all worked on a better place, how can we not see that it could be that better place we desire??

Now hear me out. Of course I know we don’t live in a utopia and don’t expect life to be all daisies and roses, but one thing I do know is we are the causes of almost all of our problems. Whether we are not taking the time out anymore to spend time with our families, spend time with our kids, reach out to someone, or be mindful of others, we are ultimately to blame. Where are the times of helping one another? When did it become a dog eat dog world?

It pierces my heart to think of a child feeling so worthless or at their wit’s end. They have nothing to worry about in life but having fun and yet some can never see that. Why? Even when I was abused by my [adpotive] parents, I knew there was something better out there. I knew if I could just hold on a little longer, I could make it. God showed me that.

Where are our convictions? Or our religion? Our faith? Our love? Sense of loyalty? How do we lose touch with our kids? Perhaps because I never have had kids, I cannot understand how some parents can allow their kids to be bullies and others cannot see their child aching. Sure, I can see how some may hide that from you all, but you have to be smarter than your kids! You have to know your kids! You have to spend time with your kids! Be their best friend even if they don’t know it. Can’t be done anymore? Bullshit.

Everyone wants everything handed to them on a silver platter. A kid commits suicide because he thinks he has no outs or he feels alone or hopeless or like nothing is better or anything else that is negative and completely untrue. And adult does it for the exact same [wrong] reasons. Why can’t we be bigger people and show these people love? When are we going to stop caring what other people think? When are we going to get back to the times where communities held together and helped one another? Looked afterone another? Loved? Where is the love?

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