When people ask you how you are and you reply “great”, that is usually where the conversation stops. If you say “terrible” as your response then people tend to inquire; “Why? What’s wrong?”. No one really ever asks you why life is so great. Our tendency is to seek out the resolve in the negative and not the positive.
This has me thinking about positives and negatives. Let’s take money as the next example. How long does it take you to create $1000? How long would it take you to spend $1000? It is way easier to go into debt quickly than it is to get out of it in our world.
It is also way easier for someone to pull you down from a great mood than it is to be pulled up from a bad one. I wonder why this is?
Gravity? Is all of this relative to the effort it takes to climb a mountain versus falling down one? Or building a house of cards relative to knocking one down? Or maintaining a lie in comparison to being truthful?
Are we in some backwards universe where the negative is magnetically stronger than the positive? How could this be when the proton is implicitly joined with the neutron core (quantum physically speaking)?
Perhaps this has to do with our perception of light and color. What I mean is that we perceive the negative in color as light is refracted. For instance, when we look at a red rose, we are not technically seeing red. We are seeing every color except red. Red is the only vibration that is not absorbed and we are witnessing what is left… the negative. Technically, it is a cyan rose.
Further, it could be amplified by television as electrons are pulled through the cathode ray system. I may be stretching on this one though. Despite all of this philosophizing, I recognize that waking up with love, embracing the world and being a source of peace takes work. This is the real work. It is so easy to get sucked (literally and magnetically) into the negative laziness of the world.
Ultimately, I am saying that being passive in this active world will consume you because electromagnetically speaking, the odds are against you. And if quantum physics has anything to do with it, then I’d further say that the odds are specifically 66.6 to 33.3.
Does anyone know what I am even talking about at this point?