Sometimes, watching the news can be a lil too stressful for me. It either makes me run fast on the treadmill or it upsets me a lot and sucks my energy so much that I couldn't even finish my cardio set for the day.
It's soooooooooooo cute, I think I just raped the repeat button!!!!
Sometimes, I couldn't help but think that we are in a generation living mostly on disposability. That when something is broken, we don't fix it. Not even try. We simply throw it out and get a replacement, ASAP. Not a minute wasted.
In this day and age of microwaved meals, instant coffee, instant noodles and instagram, where almost everything and anything can be copiedreproduced pirated, sometimes far more better than the original - is there anything that can still be considered indespensable?
When something gets broken - image, reputation, family, careers, relationships - it seems like the more common (and somehow) logical thing to do is to leave and move on. Why are we so afraid to fix it? Are we slowly becoming a generation of cowards? Of quitters?