Funny Isn’t It….

Covering up is frowned upon and considered ‘prudish, boring and constrictive’. Walking around half-naked is ‘fun, hot but slutty’. When did protecting ones dignity become a ‘bad-thing’.

covering up vs nakedThe media is such a brainwashing phenomena that we have become confused between what is real or fake and what is right or wrong. Turn on the news today and all you see and hear is the Muslim religion slandered daily….in a politically correct manner of course!

Those that practice the faith properly and have kind hearts and souls receive the brunt of the backlash. Most of which is unwarranted because it’s not even true in the first place!

Hollywood is a major source of this media and is so big in glamorizing a fast-living culture. It’s all about instant gratification and over indulging, causing everything to lose its value. We no longer appreciate anything and become robots consuming goods and services through habit rather than with love and desire. We live in a seedy culture that over sexualizes everything, to the extent where those who choose to live conservative lifestyles are outcasts. They are ‘boring’ people who are ‘letting their lives pass them by’.


My personal belief is that this sexualized world is an illusion. The fast-cars, big-houses, big-money is all an illusion. Those simpletons are the truly wealthy people who have found the world’s real treasures and they choose not to involve themselves in this self-destructing society.

Everything is back to front. Being classy is rare, being cheap is common. Dressing conservative is frowned up, wearing only half your clothes is considered cool. Being in control is boring, losing all inhibitions is fun.

Sorry but I feel like the only sane person around here. My moral compass seems to point in the opposite direction to everyone else.

No, it’s really not that funny.

“We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values. We talk too much, love too seldom and hate too often. We’ve learned how to make a living, but not a life; we’ve added years to life, not life to years”. ~ Bob Moorehead


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