An example of how impatient the world is; when any one goes out to drive their car in the morning after a snowy night, people tend to feel the need to leave right away without taking care of their car. Unfortunately, when cars are on the road, the snow/ice on top of the car causes much aggravation for the other drivers. What a shame this world we live in! People who want to achieve anything from small to big successes, have to be tormented by impatient people. There is no reason for anybody to not give them the right to go through challenges in life like anybody else. I know the challenges some people go through are harder than others, but this is why they call it a struggle. I struggled a lot in my life. Sometimes we need other people to help us a long the way. Actually, we need many people to help us a long the way like I had.
I really don’t get it, how can any body want a perfect world without struggles and triumph. Some individuals with Autism may seem like they need more help than others and I know it may seem frustrating at times to know what to do, but we must all put our heads together and use our minds to figure out the answer. The more we use our minds, the more we figure out it was not as hard as it seemed to be.
I know I seem upset at the moment because I think the people who are not struggling as much should care more about other people’s individual differences. Every one can do something in this world which gives them pride. I think we need to all learn to be more adaptive and flexible knowing no body is perfect. Wouldn’t perfection be boring?
Think differently about your life by not escaping reality.
What I took away from this was that people are ENTITLED to their own struggles and we all need to be patient and realize that they take time to overcome. And if we all look at ourselves honestly, we also have struggles that take time to overcome, so we should learn to be less judgmental of other people who are working on theirs. Also, to not always have the need to ‘fix’ other people right away, but to know that overcoming a struggle is a process, not an event. This takes the pressure off the person who is struggling as well as the person who is trying to help. Thanks Jason.
Even Seven of Nine from Star Trek Voyager sought after human emotions;)
I remember a discussion about ideals of beauty (in human faces, and in art) once and an acquaintance of mine saying that objectively, beauty was about perfect or near perfect symmetry. My retort was that a blank piece of paper has perfect symmetry.
I agree with you!! My 3rd grade art teacher used to tell me to “Take a mistake and turn it into a beautiful picture.” That applies to more than just drawing =D Perfection IS boring, and over-rated.
You’re a great writer, and I enjoyed reading this, thanks, and I saw the documentary you were in, you’re a one of a kind person. 🙂
Yes perfection would be very boring.