World of Entopia
Stories Prelude 1.
Two years have gone by since I found out Jennifer had been cured and I was given a job by Steven C. A lot has occurred since then, and I have interviewed many guests and employees, and I have written about their stories.
Instead of writing another full story, I’ve decided to share the interviews and stories one at a time, online and in my new blog. I will also be sharing with you essential and exciting updates about WOE, my family and other places I have visited.
The stories you’ll read about are all heartwarming and inspirational and renew your faith in humanity. So often, we become engrossed in the everyday troubles of society and forget that everyone we interact with is human, just like us.
Everyone; your neighbor, co-worker, boss, family member, cop, store clerk, doctor, and even the pastor at your church, have their problems. Maybe it’s their bills they can’t pay, their illness, legal trouble, marital rift or whatever. Everyone has some issue or problem they must contend with. Heck, even Sally, my now eighteen-year-old daughter, has her issues, which I’ll explain later.
So, when we interact with each other on a daily basis, we tend to forget about their situations and naturally focus just on ours. There’s nothing wrong with that because it’s normal. But when someone pisses us off, we should stop for a brief second and think of them in that way. Think about them as being human, just like you, and maybe understand.
True, some people are just full-time A-holes, no matter what. But, sometime back in their life, something or someone was possibly the cause of what you see today. Now, their bitter, angry, and not patient with you.
Some people are just too selfish or self-centered to think about others, especially when driving. You know the ones; tail-gaiters (aka butt sniffers), being cut off (I call these drivers who don’t use their turn signal when changing lanes, Sliders), and the infamous merges, who race to the end of their lane, put their left turn signal on and then cut-in. Fun times!
I’ve personally observed this behavior for years as a passenger. Those who race to the front and cut-over pass their time to everyone else. Not fair, but true. They feel good about it, and yes, this frustration causes stress, which we then bring home to our own family because someone left the milk out.
Even if you have everything in the world: Money, health, good home, family, you’ll always have something that bothers you. After all, you’re human, and that’s just what humans do.
My stories are all about humans and their struggles with life. But they're also about them being given a second chance, a new beginning, or a break by other humans.
Since that time with Steven C. and all the good news, I’ve got a lot to tell you about Jennifer, Sally, Steven C., and the new attractions, shows, rides, events, and all about my new job. I’ll be telling you this over time, usually every seven to ten days.
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Thanks for reading! Talk later.