Life has began, with fools

For the first part click here The Beginning

After so many struggles, this Life had entered the Earth. It is not easy to be born at this time, because this was the time, there were wars on several places, people got killed, injured, got tortured. Above all, the born soul does not have any clue what it’s mother or father had gone through or going through in this society before bringing that soul to Earth. This soul took it’s first breath on planet Earth. Each of them looked at the babies private parts and a light forms on their face. “It’s a boy”.

Same time, there are many soul that had just entered the Earth was not facing the same fate. Some had trouble too, based on the gender, some girl babies were treated like queens, and some were thrown into garbage, some were left for the animals to eat, some were killed by older tribal members and they called it something a kill is still a killing, some were physically handicapped some of these babies got most care, some got killed like a mosquito. This all happens on the same day a Life enters on Earth. Imagine how lucky to be a soul that is taken care by so many people around with a smiling face, and that proudly tells to their tribe or their family as it’s a boy/girl. 

So it’s a boy/girl. The tribe is happy, the family is happy because a life has entered the earth. Now here comes the situation. The parents that live in a society wanted their child to be better than others and they start to build a dream and they feed everything to the baby. They don’t just feed milk, they feed the belief, culture, and their dream. Innocent babies that looked at their parents will never understand, imagine if babies could talk, they would say straight to their face ‘Just feed the milk damn it, and stop talking while I have my breakfast‘ . Human babies are not like other animals, animals once they born they know what to do, and they go straight to their business, the business of survival and living. Isn’t it the only purpose for humans too? we are here to survive just like an animal. But we are different just because we have an extra sense, we born immature, because our evolution happened that way or call it our God’s design, naturally we should be longer in a mothers womb and should come out with a fully functioning brain. Instead we come out immature, and everything we have to be taught from outside, and that is where the mistake happened, so many languages, so many cultures, religions and we all live in the way others wanted to be, against the nature? yes! And what we learn? nothing important!

A born baby can swim in the water, it cries when it is hungry, it does not cry because it fears or it cries if feeling sick. A born baby does not fear, then how fear comes into our gene, it was taught. Parents or people around us fear about something and the baby feels it the moment it see that and adapts that it has to fear too, fear is a sense of survival, we fear and all our senses works super natural for a moment and that became part of us as we fear for most of irrelevant reasons. Take example we wake up with an alarm, a sense of shock and fear with a racing heart, it shouldn’t be that way, we have our own clock inside, but naturally we overuse it and now it malfunction for most of us.

A baby learns everything from it’s parent. There is a phase where the baby starts to walk, the first step, and then the first talk. Babies will be curious to know the world, but somehow as the time passes the curiosity fades away. why? parents start to feed fear and to avoid questions they create another fear, If you ask questions the monster will eat you. Parents are smart enough to handle a child, but they are fool enough to miss what they have to teach. Even if they do, they teach that is not useful, mostly. I am complaining, because majority of the population then and now were dumb! and look at the world we live in, lot of fools around running for nothing and never really serves the real purpose of being on planet Earth?

So what a baby supposed to be taught? to hunt? or Live naturally? No! Teach your baby the world they live in are a complex structure and teach them how to survive on the modern world, don’t teach your kids to be obsessed with materials or to be a doctor or a manager in a company or become a famous entrepreneur or die working for some idiot. The purpose of living is beyond working and earning. We work because we need to take care of our basic needs. The sandwich we order or the plasma television or the mercedes is not a basic need, there is a difference between a need and a want. Find out your kids talent, and embrace it. Just because someone runs a talent show and YOU wanted to your kid to win, and that’s it? the kid was literally, brutally trained to perform in the show and only one kid wins and the other kid feeling down was not even taught how to cope up with failure in life an fell into depression and meet a mental health specialist and become a survivor and give speech on every mental health day? sigh. World had gone crazy, but those were the time, the evolution of craziness actually happened and it was that time this life had entered the earth and the life has began…

And … the Life has began, with fools!

20 thoughts on “Life has began, with fools

  1. My granddaughter is 13, and like most her age she believes her parent’s don’t know anything. It seems to be typical in all cultures — except for those whose survival is so tenuous and hardship so great that no one born into it is able to have a real childhood.

    My granddaughter snuck out of the house when she was told not to go out. She found herself in a situation where a middle-aged man was looking her over and no one else was in the area. She felt uncomfortable at first, and then rushed away from what felt like a threat. She arrived home without a problem and that’s when my son was able to explain the dangers out there (that include human trafficking) and why he had rules in place. He explained that the universe gave her a warning and it might not be a warning next time.

    When I was growing up, my parents shielded me from these realities. I had very little fear and learned the hard way — it is only by a miracle that I’m still alive. I didn’t shield my children from the realities, and sometimes these realities create fear. Was I right to do that? I still don’t know the answer.

    We have to teach our children how to live in the world as it is and try to find a balance that helps them retain their creativity. I agree that a child should walk a path that s/he chooses — and all too often parents make that choice for them (which turns out badly). It would help tremendously if all cultures could see that male and female provide balance. It would help if cultures understood that all women aren’t meant to be mothers nor all men meant to be fathers. We need equality in the household, nation, world. When one or the other sex believes they are superior, the lack of balance is destructive.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by Joelle😍. Well your granddaughter is a curious child and she should be aware what is out there waiting for her, and how could she safe guard herself, but that should not prevent her going out. We all have a different child hood, well mine was completely fed with fear and insecurity, I ran out of my house when I was 17 and learnt the hard way, that life outside is not easy and I was not prepared, I came back home. now I and Nisha live together alone from our parents.

    Modern generation is too obsessed to teach their kids with everything they know, which again makes them dumb with a smartphone on hand, destroys their ability to think. We must teach our children how to be balanced with technology, reality, without losing creativity ✨

    Thanks for stopping by so early, Wish you a lovely Sunday βœ¨πŸ’πŸ™‚

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  3. I agree — kids need to learn what they can “the hard way,” but parents still need to warn children about the things out there that can kill them.

    It seems like you and I both went out on our own and came back to live with our parents for a time. That, in itself, is a great teacher.

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  4. Oh my gosh, I got no words for this. It’s a preach within the fiction but it’s such a vital point. I agree and I truly it. Yes, animals in many ways are more advance than humans, they also do their best on what they’re good at, but as humans strive for something else we’re not made of. We’re given the ability to build things, create and think higher but we’re ruining it instead. Curiosity, one of the most important also gone because of so many things… sigh, we could have made the world closer to paradise if it weren’t stupid.

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  5. Isn’t it true 😊 This is a part of reality we often ignore. We run behind something hoping that would fulfill our purpose, then behind another and the chain goes on. We never really do what we suppose to do. and what we supposed to do? and now that is something we have to keep changing to survive in this complex structured way of living we created ourselves πŸ˜‰ Thank you so much for reading, never thought people would like my thoughts, the tale is a simple concept you’ll get to know in coming chapters πŸ˜‰ don’t forget the little boring preach in between 😁

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  6. Well, imagine me talking something like this in public πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚ or talking like this when I met you in person πŸ˜‚πŸ˜… what worse would happen when someone talks sooo boring πŸ˜œπŸ˜…πŸ˜‚ yep that’s me . I still have to learn, to have a proper humanly funny interactive conversation😁

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  7. πŸ€”πŸ™„seriously πŸ€”I wish Norway/philipines/Spain/Singapore/canada is next to my door now πŸ˜… I wanted to talk to all our blogger friends in person πŸ˜„β˜ΊοΈ I wish I could πŸ˜‰ hey, I have an idea, “I wish I could” how about writing a weekend weekly only story on “I wish I could” lot of untold stories will come out 😍 let me think about my time.. it says I don’t have a time πŸ™„πŸ€” fine, you can try now πŸ˜„

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  8. πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ that’s true, if we piece all countries that’s it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜… Yep, thank you, isnt it lovely if we could try such ideas 😍 wish I have more time πŸ˜‰

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  9. You’ve depicted the reality very well Simon! Yes, animals are more clever than humans are unfortunately…and thinking that some says that humans are superiors to animals…sigh πŸ˜“
    I guess people and parents are too concentrated on this mechanism they’ve created and are afraid to think and act out of the box…I’m not a parent but yes, they should let their kids explore their talents instead of pointing them towards the paths their parents want…
    This world could be a better world if people weren’t dumb πŸ˜“

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  10. You are not alone, I am not a parent too, we married for 8 yrs and the pressure is still kn our head to have a kid, they think that will make us more responsible, we are responsible, they’ll keep sying that until we have a child, the world has enough population already πŸ™„ and the mandate child system is long gone, people still insists on us, fools never disappear, they keep coming up with new beliefs and system and making a new dumb population 😳😊 I’m glad we are not one of them β˜ΊοΈπŸ€— thanks for your view, it is very genuine and yes I think the same 😊

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  11. Don’t let others influence your life…having kids is not an easy decision and you two must take it when YOU want not when others want it πŸ˜‰
    Yes, unfortunately they are keep coming up with new beliefs and stupid things…important is to ignore them πŸ€ͺ
    I’m sorry people cannot open their eyes and understand it πŸ‘

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  12. Yes, that is how we survived 8 yearsz hoping we can still move on 😊☺️ let’s see. Well said, people are blind with open eyes✨ πŸ€—

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