THE WEIGHT OF LIGHTNESS. THE CALL IT SUPRFICIALITY, I CALL IT SELF-LOVE
It's been a while that I do not write in the blog, now, since I use Instagram as a notebook for my rants, I pour all my thoughts there and this thing I do not like too much.
I often think about superficiality. How too often it is shown in the social world and even worse in the #reallife.
Many people say that life should be taken lightly, but if one makes of lightness his habit, sometimes it should be balanced with something more real and tangible.
I reflect on how and how much people change and, how somebody else do not change and remain fossilized in their being, without growth, evolution and variation of their character. They remain in the shell, showing off a part of them that belongs to them only in a small percentage.
At one time I was firmly convinced that: "as you are born, you are"; I was wrong, I was wrong enormously. Character can be shaped, it is expertly shaped by events, people, time and experiences.
A bit like the clay jar from Demi Moore in Ghost. You try to make it perfect, but somebody arrives or something that upsets you completely changing the connotations; it can be good or bad, but it's always about change.
I laugh at how too many people are still stuck at the thought of having to be "perfect" and the existential superficiality to which they have vowed. They show, flaunt and unfortunately can no longer tell the interiority that, now, more often than ever, is what makes us unique and really different from the others.