It’s everywhere we go, even at home (on television, I mean). We can’t escape it, and Grand Theft Auto 5 isn’t helping promote non-violence. Violence, like sex, sells much. Actually, I overheard the GTA 5, has broken movie and video game records. That alone goes to show, where the priorities of many are very much lacking. I’m extremely exhausted with the violence, not only here in the U.S, but elsewhere around the world. Trouncing is becoming more of a madman’s hobby. We live in a subvert culture that undermines civil obedience with prominent thugs that want to make us feel inferior.
Destruction comes in many forms, but let’s focus on just a couple, for this post. First, is physical destruction where it is the initiative to do as much destruction as possible to anyone or anything, that gets in the way of their particular goal set of mayhem. Having a sonorous voice doesn’t defuse situations like it might have years ago. It takes an enormous amount of synergy to diffuse situations that used to be dealt with peer mediation, counseling…but more of the population is quickly becoming more of an individualistic society, where we govern ourselves how we see fit and instead of collaborating all our efforts to come to a peaceful resolution.
The mental state of all can easily be a catalyst for something greater or worse. We can conjure ways of fretting our emotions and many a times, bring out the worst in who we are or can become. It is our cerebral that must be balanced, and not veer in one direction or another, but maintain as much balanced. It’s not easily unambiguous to figure if their is a problem, but we can all agree that it is something we can get help on. It’s ironic isn’t it, that more and more law enforcement carry their criminal intents hidden from their superiors, only to have the protection of their shield. How shameful, but true! It is self-evident that those who can do, do not act…and those that should not act, do anyway…So, where are we? The civilized are smack in the center of the madness of humanity losing it’s grip on what’s right and wrong.