We are all human beings: all different, yet all the same. We are defined by our unique abilities and characteristics that make us individuals, but at the same time, we are all of the same species, meaning that, even though we may be unique in our own way, we will always share the same traits that are obvious; we need air to breathe, need food and water to survive, and need love to maintain a sense of humanity, and in that way our brains can be way more complex than we realize. Especially in the sense of that, in this day and age, a lot of our brains tend to gear more towards the negative side of things rather than accentuating the positive aspects of a situation. Now, granted, there are some situations in life that have no other outcome than bad, but for the most part, it’s just our brain being an asshole.
From a creative standpoint, any artist or person of a creative nature will always be reluctant about their work no matter how good it may be. There will always be the self-doubt of it being accepted by the masses and whether or not your “message” will be interpreted as you had intended. Although it is acceptable to be cautious about putting your work out there and how it will be perceived, again, for the most part, your brain is just being an asshole. Put it out there with no worries of what the outcome will be whether good or bad, mostly because, no matter what you do in this world, you will always have both sides of positive and negative. There are billions of people on this planet and, if it isn’t obvious by now, not all people seem to think the same. Even if you were to put out a story about how a dog who speaks fluent English saved 12 people from a burning building while figuring out a way to cure cancer at the same time, you will still have a hand full of people say that a cat that speaks Japanese could do it better and that polio should be a greater concern.
It’s the world. It’s a part of the whole process. You will have backlash no matter what, but that doesn’t mean that you have to give in to your brain being an asshole. It’s natural to have a negative outlook on any situation in this day and age because we have been conditioned towards negativity more than we have a positive. There are many positive entities and business out there that will prey on your negative emotions in order for you to come be a part of their positive solutions. These can all be avoided simply by just wiping your brain’s asshole.
You have to not only learn, but realize fully that you are a single human being on this planet. Realize that you are as important and worthless at the same time as anyone else. You have the capability to just dwell in a hole for your whole life or to go out and take over the world. There is a balance in all parts of life that you have to find. You have to exercise more to eat more cake. You have to find the good to balance out the bad. It’s not an easy task, but if you can condition your mind to know when it’s being an asshole, then you can wipe it when it needs it and be able to clear out all the shit in your head. I myself, like everyone else, deal with negative thoughts every day, and it is never an easy task to find the full answer to help dissipate those feelings. There is never a clear-cut answer. Everyone’s answers to their questions are different, but yet all the same in the realm of the brain acting like an asshole. Don’t let it get the best of you. Don’t pay attention to the outside world that can cause brain hemorrhoids and distract you from what you need to do. Just remember to wipe, flush, wash your hands, rinse, and repeat. Just because the world is full of assholes of all magnitudes, there is no reason for your brain to act like one as well. This is the only life that we’re aware of at this moment. Go out into the world and do what you have to do.