There’s nothing wrong to be selfish sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be helpless sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be less important sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be stupid, dumb, disoriented, confused, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be sad, miserable, down, stressed out, freakin out, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be mad, furious, angry, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be blue, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be crazy, insane, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be nonsense, case-sensitive, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be cynical, skeptical, doubtful, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong to be careless,shallow, sometimes
There’s nothing wrong about them all because that’s the only way we can do and feel the opposite – binary opposition.
What is wrong is to be right when something is truly wrong and pretending it is right
What is wrong is to define what is right and wrong based on collective notions – quantifying what’s right and wrong
Right and wrong are the case of circular cause and consequence – chicken and egg –
Which came first? – Chickens hatch from eggs, but eggs are laid by chickens
What is wrong by being different?
What is wrong with plurality?
What is wrong with diversity?
Does collective truth is the ultimate truth?
What is the ultimate truth?
Why do we need the ultimate truth?
What if the truth of the truth has never been true?
What if there’s no such thing as true or false?
What if the concept of what’s true and false has been the utility to foster somebody else’s needs of justification?
How do we find what’s right and wrong without any textual justification?
How do we find what’s right and wrong apart from what we have been told of right and wrong?
Take off everything: verses, chapters, pages, quotes – be naked
Now, what will we see and feel?
Will we be lost without those things attached?
Will our heart solely show us the picture that verses, chapters, pages, quotes have never showed before?
Or will we find the ultimate truth? – the truth is meant for everyone – everyone has one’s truth – the truth is not a game of monopoly
So, if only we could dive in what was it like to be a newly born baby
If only we could remember the first time we opened our little eyes
If only we could remember the first time we took a deep breath in and out
If only we could remember the first thing that made us amazed, laughed and cried
If only…probably the ultimate truth is in that moment…It is meant to be hidden…so pure…Not even the wisest man can reach…
Then why do we argue what is right and what is wrong?
Then why do we argue who is the best and who is the worst?
Since nobody can reach the answer, why do we keep baffling around the unanswered questions?
Why don’t we just be naked – in skin – peeling off the layers of inhumanity – just being human
Will the world be a better place anytime sooner?
Now, I am being skeptical and there’s nothing wrong with that – since the answer seems in a far-far away land
But one thing for sure – the hope is the antidote – it’s fancy but we definitely need it to finally see the possibility of the impossibility!
To me, being skeptical itself is a choice for a means to cultivate my own understanding