Wait! You have not finished the one you're living in currently. The problem becomes when we as people are far from perfect and we make decisions based on the values and influences of others. It becomes complicated because we live in a society whereby people "don't often think for themselves". And to make things even more problematic we have old adults making decisions for able body or minded people and sometimes those people making the decisions for the person or individual do not have their best interest in mind. They say common sense is not so common but when you take a person and make them extremely miserable, then it's obvious you don't have their best interest in consideration. Otherwise, why would they be so miserable? Hopefully, now you get the point. Elders will say something like, "So what, we sometimes have to do things we don't like to do." The ones who always end up doing things they absolutely hate doing are usually doing it because someone else is totally avoiding their part of responsibility in life. It sucks because you have people that never seem to fully understand that we all have personal responsibility and if they end up going to hell it's probably because they put others through the scenario. This is not a society of balance and harmony. We truly have a caste system and it was rather invisible for a while. People went along as they were having a rather difficult time with things and had come to realize that in a caste system dues is always being paid. Of course there are others who never pay or don't pay as much. So now we know what to think about in the next life and how this one will improve upon the next existence. Yes, correct when you've paid too much you often think about retirement. I can't say enough about it. In life things should balance out but when you have dues that is mostly one sided, what type of life do you expect one to have? The foundation of the caste system is what prevents a certain balance in that, yes, you want someone to have an awful, awful life, as you do what you can to control and keep the caste system afloat. But remember this is all just a physical mindset in a physical world and when time is up physically speaking there are those who will pay their dues tirelessly because of what they have done to others physically and of course based upon that so called value of appearance...
Look, life can be a b---- lots of the time and If you're like me you've rolled every which way. It's true that if you know me you are aware that I do not like hospitals or physicians offices because I do feel that there is a luxury or design in making money due to the misfortune of bad health of people. Insurance companies never limit the amount of doctors that enter a room to look at a patient and really they literally just look and pick their booties and leave and get paid for it. This does not benefit the patient and those insurance premiums just go up and up until no one can afford them. Physicians have no guilt they can just milk a patients terminal prognosis or try and do something about it to give them a longer chance to live. But this is of course if the physician really knows what he or she is actually doing. That is the problem because a lot of them don't and get through based upon who they know as opposed to what they know or are willing to learn. Then before you know it, the studying stops along with the learning of newer technologies and alternatives and that makes the physician quite useless. Now, despite my dislike for the medical world and all of the things people do to take advantage of a bad situation I do feel that people in these medical situations that are or can be considered terminal patients should be able to create their own treatment through toxic cleansing while in the hospital. For example: If a patient has more nicotine, carcinogens in their body than blood, well hey that's saying something. But do physicians ever measure this? Nope, they just look at the tumor or growth or mass and use that obvious indication as a predictor. Because this determines the health of the body since at least cancerous tumors will eventually cause a person to die. But my problem with medicine is that no physician looks at the situation and says" look while me and my medical people decide what to do, we are going to detox your body along the way-give it life in a healthy way. This would eliminate the amount of pain killers or sleeping pills you give to a patient to have them stop complaining about the pain and generally; this is done just to keep them quiet so physicians can make the money and go home. This does not cure or remedy a patient or even prolong life. It just eases the suffering by making the patient a zombie and just think how much physicians get paid along the way and they call this dignity. A person should not have to stop working to care for a family member and then be homeless or destitute as a result once the person dies because they lack the financial resources to support themselves-that ain't dignity either. Matter of fact you have stopped life for the person who is sick and should be considering alternative treatment and for the one whom you stopped life for by making them stop work to care for the individual in some sort of sacrificial way. Hey, that's twice. This whole thing or double jeopardy just kills two with one stone. That certainly ain't dignity. Who lives besides the doctors when this is all said and done? And of course unless you have jeopardy's money, clout or financial resources you shouldn't be having anyone quit, stop or leave a job just for them to become destitute or homeless in the end because you leave a person without financial resources, family to fend for themselves. When you're gone, is this your way of taking your survivors with you? Is this your dignity in that to die you have to somehow end the lives of others? That's not the dignity you should be remembered for and it's not something to easily be forgotten. To be honest any soul of a person or individuals who do this are not going to be resurrected in to heaven. It's not --- Watson, these people are more like BM Watson all over the place, with these types of treatment plans- physicians included!
I never thought I would be in this situation in thinking about retirement. It's quite pathetic that I find people boring and many of the jobs the same. Ok, work is work and some say it's not supposed to be fun. But I thought the reason that people learned things or picked a study of sorts was to hopefully do something that they liked. Instead, life is strange and it makes easy enemies out of people by putting them in jobs or employment that they want nothing to do with. It teaches sacrifice and hate at the same time. I mean you loved what you had to sacrifice and absolutely hate what they have given you in place of it all. They say hate is a strong word, but don't knock it because there is nothing like getting up in the morning and going to a place you despise. I'm not a people person, too much yak, yak. I honestly don't care if people don't get that and want a more talky environment. It would be so great if I could retire on the basis of this. There has to be a way for this to be done. Naturally, people just age out of interest and communication with the rest of the working population. I can admit feel that way. Although, I've still got the ability to do most if not all things that I could do from years past. I still have all of my capabilities and then some. But it's the time I've spent among all of the bull----. The years weigh heavily and the desire to work is no longer there. It becomes a bummer because emotionally or in work years I'm like seventy-one or something. So I should be allowed to retire and collect a social security check as an emotionally worked seventy-one year old person. This is some serious madness. People who don't go through the bull---- or are not there yet really don't see how employment takes a toll on a person. It was all too much and for such selfish and pitiful reasons. Working under the Thirteenth Amendment is not an easy feat. It's tough work and there has to be reparations for it. If I work another let's say sixteen or seventeen years that will make me or my age then about 70 or 71, but emotionally, I will be 86 or 87, which will be fine because I can surely retire then, but what about my sanity afterwards? No one should be that emotionally old in the workplace or once they retire. I do ask, if there is a God in Heaven answer my plea-let me have the resources financially to retire now, with a whole lot to spare for a rainy day, because I've had a lot of them!
I just thought of something and wouldn't it be nice if people could take responsibility for themselves? They normally do this by putting the penance on other people. But in doing so they create a world of misery because it's usually the other person who has to carry the weight or burden or extreme responsibility that would not have occurred if the correct thing was done in handling a situation. I dislike people who are intentional burdens in that they just cause problems to create situations or lives like the one I am currently living. If you say or believe "It's not etched in stone", then you just go about your life as regular or what regular is and not worry about the matter at hand. The evil in this is when you say "It's not etched in stone" and you then take people who have nothing to do with your issue or way of life and you then involve them in some kind of land of make believe or fraudulent approach to create a desired effect out of what you believed was "not etched in stone". I live this was as many others do. What I was doing wasn't really real(see stinky resume), it was just a concept of taking the ashes of my former self and using them to do a bypass or allow others a free pass to escape the world of personal responsibility. When you have people that misrepresent themselves in the medical profession you need to evaluate what the underlying problems are. When you allow religion and other sordid factors to decide, "How are you going to accomplish the feat of un-etching a stone", then you have really done more damage than was originally because you now involve people who have or had nothing to do with your particular situation and put them into the unenviable place of trying to remove your burden or damage without you even talking personal responsibility yourself. That is religious abuse.This sucks in a major way because, you have people whose minds function as though they are in the land of make believe and feel that they can use people in that way to achieve "a stone un-etching" without them changing their lives somewhat so that they are not drastically affected by this or otherwise taking personal responsibility for something. It's relatively easy to put the burden on someone and then walk away from the dilemma and retreat to your land of make believe. This is how people for many years have created that illusional land of "milk and honey" for themselves and pretty much get away with things. But the truth is that land is full of intolerance, just like white milk and the others just make things sticky. The underlying problems and living in the land of make believe, do people believe that God would be proud of all that was done to avoid personal responsibility and to perpetuate hate or dislike among differences? There is a reality, I keep telling myself. Wouldn't it be nice if people didn't take personal responsibility, well... so personal? Because this approach of putting it on others certainly does not make people well!
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