September 23, 2014

Ant #280. Citizens of the world.

I'm pretty sure about what I'm gonna say right now...

People who are passionate about traveling are different.

Don't even try to convince me in opposite.
And I'm not talking about rich people. I didn't say "who travel", I said "who are passionate". Mostly I mean people who are ready to travel with low-cost airlines or even to hitchhike, who save all their pennies just for not staying at home on their days-off.

These people are so different!
They discover many cultures, many traditions, many places. They absorb every little impression they get, but also they share their own uniqueness with others. You can also see them in a crowd, they look like extraterrestrials. So different! No matter where they are, they can always find friends because after being everywhere they knows that all human beings are made of the same flesh and the same blood. They can can talk to anyone about anything. They have a special light that is magnetizing good people. So different! They never judge. They accept and love all the people for who they are. They are tolerant, open-minded and ready to learn. They know how to enjoy the life. So different!

Once I've been told...
"It doesn't matter how old are your snickers if you're walking in them across Paris."
So damn true!

September 20, 2014

Ant #279. To talk or not to talk.

I'd like to ask you all...

We all definitely have that kind of people on our social networks newsfeed who always post horrible pictures of killed animals, of wars, of political issues etc.

I think it's totally ok that people speak their minds, but my question is: Does it really can change something? Let's just stop for a second and ask ourselves. If we flood all days about civil war in Syria, is it gonna stop? If we tweet about homofobia 24/7, is it gonna disappear? If we write about Putin's aggression on Ukraine, will he retire?

We all know that the answer is NO.

If you wanna change the world, stop talking and start doing something.

Find a Red Cross office and volunteer. Buy some food and toys and bring them to any orphanage. Organize a campaign of helping homeless animals.

Maybe it doesn't change the whole world, but it definitely changes the life around you.

September 11, 2014

Ant #278. Free.

Last night I got a really weird conversation with one dumb.

- Do u have someone?
- No, I'm single.
- Aw, u probably got used to be lonely.
- I'm not lonely.
- Yeah, yeah, u have friends, but not a partner.
- Well, I don't have a partner, but it doesn't mean I'm lonely, it means I'm free.

I was so pissed off.

Why do people in relationships treat single people as disabled, as 2nd class citizens, as unlucky ones deserving sympathy and compassion? What the hell?

Do they really think that a partner is all you need to be happy?
Well, I guess we imagine happiness in different ways.

I am single and I am happy!
I live a fulfilled life, I have lots of fun, I travel, I meet people, I have friends and family who love me and I love them as well, I'm healthy, I have a job, I'm a volunteer too coz I like to help other people. And you call me lonely just because I'm single?

Get a life. Seriously.