Since you can’t edit anything you post to the Internet, I thought I’d inform anyone who read my last post that the word “obligational” is in fact not a real word. The actual word is “obligatory.”
Now that that’s out of the way, one more thing I wanted to point out is that my last post definitely applies to me. Besides occasionally watching my nieces and nephews, helping my family with something, and being there for someone who needs me, I really don’t do a whole lot for other people. I kinda don’t… like… people…
So for anyone who thinks, “oh, THIS guy. Always preachin’ words he don’t even follow.”
Yes, that is me. I could be doing so much more. Literally. There is a community center (where I used to work) that needs help. There’s a few people I know who could use some help, if nothing else as least some mental help… wait, I mean, like, emotional support kind of help. And there are plenty of organizations in the area who need volunteers for all sorts of things.
Yet, I sit in my room and watch YouTube, and periodically do laundry.
But that’s the challenge, isn’t it?
It’d be easy if I had someone (who I liked, and) who – said, “Hey, come with me to the soup kitchen.” Then I’d know someone, and we’re friends, and we’re working together, and we’re having a good time or at least as good a time as you can have while feeding homeless people not that homeless people aren’t fun but that it’s a sad thing that people are homeless and you don’t want them to think that this is a recreational activity for you and you’re just here to get away from your kids for a few hours… and you’d get to work together…
But not having anyone who is willing to go do these things with me makes it extra difficult to muster the strength to do.
So, yeah, I’m only human, and I’m not perfect. But at least I’m honest and humble.
P.S. – would you like to visit old people, hang with orphans, and serve in homeless shelters. Hit me up.