A Woman From the 20th Century.

Don’t read this if you have a tendency of being grossed out by vulgar speech. I came to rant today ! :p

I can not believe it took me this long to come back here… wait! That’s not it. What I can’t believe is that Im actually back here writing, being my complete self.

It is the most wonderful thing to be able to just be yourself entirely. Yep! Because no matter how the story goes, that you act like yourself in front of others and so on, I don’t believe that. No one can really be their complete-self in front of other people. Maybe you are the type of person who likes to pick their nose while driving… why not? Lot of people do it, and its not a big deal. But, would you do that if you had others in the car with you? Nope, I didn’t think so. How about if you are like those type of people that like to play with their feet while watching TV? Would you do that if you had friends over? Maybe if the friends have known you your whole life… maybe.

I know, we all have certain things that are typical of our characters and yet we don’t do them in front of others, no matter how comfortable we are with that person; unless the person is like, our mothers.

Well I am happy to be at home, my little corner of the cyberworld in which I can just act however I want and don’t have to mind what others would say of my actions. Well, let me just get his off my chest dear corner:

IS THE CYBERWORLD CRUEL OR WHAT?

Why do people think they can say ANYTHING they want online? Perhaps, because the other person is not looking at their face, otherwise they wouldn’t act so impertinently and cruel. I have seen (read) some nasty things online that have been directed at other people, one of those “other people” was me at one point. I stopped that by stepping out of the minefield. Cyber war? Not or me.  Im a woman of the 20th century, I like writing letters; addressing them with “Dear someone” and ending them with my full name, yes that’s right! My full name… what the hell kind of letter ends without greetings and your full name?

What I have read just makes me want to feel sorry for my kids (the ones that have not been born yet) what kind of world are we creating for them?

I can’t help but to think technology is a great thing, wouldn’t do without my computer… actually I could if I absolutely had to. But true, technology is a good thing. However, the down-side of it is very worrisome. There is very little love for life out there!!

I have to give it to the new generation. They are in for real harsh times!

7 thoughts on “A Woman From the 20th Century.

  1. Yes, the cyberworld is a great place for all the nasty bullies to participate in. I have had my own share of horror cyber-stories, and another thing I find, is that even via email, people appear to lose their manners and also say things they would never say face to face.

    Communication, is exactly that, and should be civilised and polite no matter WHAT the medium is, but as you say, it seems that some, think that because they can HIDE behind an avatar or fake name, it gives them the freedom to do and say, whatever they like against you.

    Sad world indeed, but there’s a lovely illustrated book you have, that will at least show and teach your future children to cherish the world and will teach them right from wrong…

    • Mi amiga as you said it!! My new illustrated book has been put away in a precious place so that it can be kept in good conditions. Thank you so much for that🙂

      On another note: What the hell is going with the freaking world??? D:

  2. well, this is real and it creates a sense of satisfaction but your approach is very much right .
    keep the good work on..and Enjoy the life which is very precious to mankind.

    • Hi mark! Yes I do enjoy life, I try to because I dont wish to become one of those people that dont see the importance of being humble and giving way, forgiving, and moving on, and that everything that brings you joy IS PERSONAL!!

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