When People Turn On You
When people turn on you based upon appearances, those negative opinions and judgments of you get felt, just like when people meditate on negatives to see if you can tell what they are thinking or what they are up to, or if they are reading your work, that’s not how to read people. That’s people being experimental with you, by reading your work, to see how writing works. The mind is an individual, and those individual thoughts comprise you. Much like blogging was founded in New York, for those reasons people write, not to control what you think, but in a general sense to help you think for yourself, and hopefully think well. Mental illness is about things not mixing well, thoughts or voices, that when put together don’t feel well, and then you have yourself, are you a product of the negative voices you feel, when then who is to blame for that illness, afterall you are in control of the voices you hear, do they reflect that you are well, or do those voices reflect that you are not well, and your inner voice, is that your heart, or is that your mind, and if so, when you are in love or doing well, and the voice that comes out of you, is that an accurate reflection of your wellness and fitness of character, or does that reflect that you or someone around you is not well. What makes people feel well? Is it ourselves that make us feel well or is it other people that help us to feel well. What is happiness? Is it us feeling well or is it people at peace around us, that makes us feel well. When you are not feeling well, is it other people to blame for that illness, how much control do we have over our own wellness, and what is our correct identity when well, when there is conflict within us, what is that a by-product of, what is shown to us, who is showing what to us, and why people are showing us themselves, because they think that we need or want something to feel well, or because they think that they have something that we don’t have, need or want, this is why its important not to inflict emotions into the character of others, as though you know them best.