- quit complaining
- trust in the Lord
- eat right and exercise
- be more positive
- avoid the drama
- do this
- don't do that
- surround yourself with people who are good for you
- abandon anybody who is bad for you
- take risks
- be more careful
- read more
Handing out blanket advice for the world at large is a bit arrogant, don'tcha think? I'm sick of one-size-fits-all advice from folks who apparently think they know best. If you're going to give me advice, at least target it to my personal needs. That ought not to be hard; my faults are many. Just quit assuming that what would make the world better for you makes the world better for everybody else.
I, for example, don't mind if people complain, lack faith, eat unhealthy foods and get no exercise, have negative moments, are drama-filled and don't act like I think best. Maybe it works for them. It's certainly not up to me to try to make folks follow my vision of happiness.
Now you may feel free to tell me I'd be much happier without this complaining, negative, drama-filled post, 'coz that's targeted advice and might well be true. Or maybe I just need to share this particular Condescending Wonka on Facebook. Or maybe not. Yeah, probably better not.