Sitting Down And/Or Pacing Around #9

People who say that rules shouldn’t exist really don’t know what they’re saying. Rules are like our heart. Take ’em away, and we won’t exist. Without rules, evil won’t exist, yeah, but good won’t exist as well. As for the “rules” that bring us down, those are pretty much because of our imperfections, our defective senses that we are burdened with. Those “rules” are not the rules. They look like rules to us because we’re not perfect when it comes to distinguishing what the true rules and the false rules are. And with our defective senses, I realized that faith is a freaking important thing in living our lives. Sure, there will be trouble. Sure, there will be doubts. They’re things that will happen with and because of our defects. But having faith, having optimism…we’ll have to live without being sure about everything that’s ahead of us, but hey, faith, optimism…they aren’t as bad as they seem, and they aren’t as useless as they seem. God is a genius, and He looks dumb because our senses are defective. He’s not the dumb one, and He won’t be the dumb one. We’re the dumb ones. Yet, hope still exists, and true goodness shows that it’s alive through so many ways. We’ll stumble at times, and we’ll fall at times, but I won’t live a life of self-deprecation and laziness, and I won’t try to live without other people, because we can be better, and we can make each other happy. We need to be better, and we need each other. My words here won’t be liked by at least one person, I think, but hey, that’s expected from something that’s made by a human being. Still, I can do good. We can do good. Praise the Lord, and God Almighty keep on helping us.

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