1. Icelandic people protesting and screaming at their government.
2. Plane crash victims "demanding" and "suing" for FREE upgrades to 1st class for LIFE and monetary amounts far beyond what they should get; all for an ACCIDENT! They are LUCKY to be alive and should be thanking GOD, not complaining.
3. People who don't deserve a HUGE bonus got a bonus worth more then any average American will plan to make in their lifetime. Not to mention we just bailed out their company from going under, they should be lucky to have a job.
4. The Exxon Mobile company (and other oil co.) posted their earnings for last year and they are still complaining their BILLIONS are not enough for them and giving a "poor us" attitude because the price of gas is below $2.00 a gallon.
I do not consider myself an overly educated person or someone who often knows what the heck she is talking about. But what i do know is people. And i am starting to dislike most people for their "i deserve it all" attitude, and i have lost most of my faith in my fellow humans to just be good people.
I am sitting here looking around my living room. I know that by next month the couch will be sold, the desk, the shelf, the apothecary CD holder, the bench, and the love seat... oh yes, and the big screen TV, all will be sold and gone. I know that the only way for us as a family to really make it is to move on. I'm not going to sit back and stick my head in the sand and cry. And i am certainly not going to just expect someone to bail me out and take care of us. We are the makers of our own destiny. And i for one am not going to just sit here and feel sorry for myself and then expect someone to just fix my life for me!
So, what do you deserve? What do you expect to get if you aren't willing to make an effort? And if something "bad" comes your way, are you going to expect to get something out of it, OR will you just understand that life isn't always fair and pick YOURSELF up, dust yourself off and make YOUR life better without asking for a handout.
i really keep hoping for a real change, and i feel sorry for those who voted for Obama thinking he was the "change". One man can not change the world... and one man can not change this country. It will take the change in every man, woman, and child. An effort towards a better life, a happier life, and a more grateful life. So today, be grateful for all of the things that you have. Love your spouse, love your children, love your moments. Don't expect everything to be perfect and just to automatically be done for you. Create your own destiny, and while you are creating your destiny, be sure to help those around you find their destiny so we can all live in a better world.