Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Questions I want answered

What's good about walking around with your headphones in oblivious to the rest of the world?
When people ask how you are do they expect any other response other than good or fine?
What would happen if more people were honest when they answered how they were?
Why do people still stare when they see young adults with disabilities living their lives in shopping centres and other public places?
Why is it that people are becoming more accepting of certain disabilities yet for other disabilities they are still taboo?
What would happen if everyone smiled more?
Why is it that its ok for certain groups of people to judge yet for other groups its wrong and considered discrimination?
Why is it that its always the same kids who get bullied all the way through primary school and high school?
Why do people think its strange that I enjoy chatting to random people (I'll have you know some amazing friendships have come out of those conversations!)?
When will people realise that 'perfect' means something different to everyone?
When will people realise that its ok to cry and that its not a sign of weakness but strength?
When will people realise that a person is a person no matter how small?
When will people realise that its ok not to agree with everything a person says and that conflict is healthy?
What will it take for people to realise that some rules are allowed to be broken?
Why do people insist on rushing everywhere rather than just taking their time to get to places and enjoy the trip?
Why do so many cultures still put people to death for believing certain beliefs and when will people wake up and realise that its still happening?
When will people realise that maybe just maybe there is a God out there who loves you unconditionally and knows our innermost thoughts and desires who knows ourselves better than we ever will?
 To be honest I don't care if any of these questions never get answered but I do want people to think about them and realise that its good to ask questions and that some things a meant to be left unanswered.

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