Who are you?

“Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.”

― Oscar Wilde

In today’s society everyone is so busy trying to be socially or politically correct that we have forgotten who we are.
I personally do not respond well to socialism, I say what I think, and act on how I feel. Does that make me rude, anti-social, or just plain disrespectful? 
NO… it most certainly does not. It makes me, and others like me the honest folk on this planet. It makes those of Us not trapped by social rules and financial fascism the ones that can be honest with ourselves.  If you cant be honest with yourself, then you can never be honest with the world.
It’s NOT what we say that defines Us, It’s our actions that spell out our auto-biography. 
Why do you stand in line for hours, or sit in a doctor’s lobby for an hour waiting for an appointment? DON’T you think that your as important as they are? Why don’t you require them to treat you with more respect instead of boxed up packed in like sheep waiting to be sheered.
I am sorry, I keep using the term YOU instead of Us or We. But I am not guilty of being a sheep, or part of ANY flock for that matter. I send the doctor a bill when I sit in his office for more than 10 minuets. I make reservations at a restaurant instead of waiting at the door for a vacant feed-bag. I REFUSE to shop at Walmart, instead I shop at the smaller, local stored that are vacant, NO LINES AT CHECK-OUT because YOU think by supporting China, you will save a buck or 2 and choose to stand in line, like a slave to wait for your bargain. 

Stand up for yourself. Dont let the public dictate to you who your supposed to be, what your supposed to do, and who your supposed to hang out with.
Be who you want to be, not who someone else thinks you should be.

Most importantly, YOU are the Boss of  your life, not the public, Not the Government, Not the social Committee and certainly Not the Grammar Police.


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