Holy glob! I forgot Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake premiered, and it is delving into my existential crisis.
You're online, searching for employment and you stumble upon a position that sounds good. What solidifies the decision for you? Is it the pay? The boast about "culture"? Maybe it's the perks that come from working with XYZ.
There are people who find their work to be rewarding. I'm failing to find mine.
The past month, there has been a growing unrest of needless deaths across the states. It seems like once or twice a year, there's a gun crisis, and another year goes by where nothing is done to prevent it from happening again. This leads me to question, how valuable are our lives in the eyes of our government?
Have you ever had a thought and believed it wasn't a big deal? What if you dissected that thought and realized, that maybe there's something worth questioning?
The Man of Steel is called to save the day. The citizens praise his bravery and strength. His admirer looks on with doe eyes as she impatiently searches for her co-worker. He arrives as the hero flies away. "How are you always missing?" He coyly shrugs and smiles. The better question is how do you not see he's the same person?
Just an introvert sharing her thoughts and interest with the world