“I can see you’re thinking baby
I’ve been thinking too
about the way we used to be
and how to start anew

Maybe I’m a hopeless dreamer
maybe I’ve got it wrong
but I’m going where the grass is green
if you’d like to come along”

Splendor In The Grass – Pink Martini

It’s gotten way too serious. Since 2001 it seems bad news is just piling up and you can’t go one day without a reminder that the poles are melting, an impendic pandemic is in the rise in the east and that you have no good economic future as an elder anymore.

This changed us into constantly focusing on distractions. Being more social and getting more interests. Not always because it was wanted by you, but by the need of the evergoing marathon that social life truly is today.

And I feel it. It just can’t go on like this. The mindset is so focused on succeding in every area of my life that the engine supporting the system is overheating by the frustration of one big question. What is it all for?

The though came clear just hours ago as I was watching The Naked Gun. Iknow it sounds absurd! But I still find it hilarious much because of my great love of the work done by Leslie Nielsen. As a kid this was movies that just made me soo happy and something about the silly humor is what I feel the world need sometimes.

But this part of me has been dimmed down to only a flare the last decades due to all the shit and stress life brings. Offcourse you can’t avoid getting influenced by experiences. If challenges are so often a part of your life it demotivate the ability to keep optimistic.

It has to start with avoiding news daily. Rather update weekly. And maybe reconsider where this information is read.

And take it from there.