Rather than finding reasons to dismiss, keep finding ways to contribute. Don’t pull away and judge from a self-made haven of dissatisfaction and personal ire. Instead, remember to see these people as people, as simple, regular, ordinary people, no side-taking.
That was my note to self a few days ago. Then, Friday, I woke up feeling anxious, like I’d allowed my life to be dictated by evil, stupid forces and might not get it back, and the thought that gave me solace was: be ok with mediocrity. My own and others’. What you love won’t kill you; it’d be a shame to die from what you don’t.
Seems as good a thing as anything else to post on the internet, so here ’tis, broadcasting it relatively free of particular context because it’s about far more than me.