I do not believe in coincidences. I also do not believe that what we experience, our lives, are nothing else but a script already written, already thought out and decided for us.
I believe that all things happen for a reason. And for the best. When we do not perceive it as the best, it is only because it is not over yet.
I believe that instead of trying to find what separates us from others, our religions, our color, our sexual preferences, our sexes, our tastes, we should focus on those things within our diversity that are our common playground, our common understanding and need.
I do not believe that the world is fair. How can it be? When just the location that a soul is born can define whether he/she will live for more than 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week, will go to school, will have food, will go to college and live up to the point that he/she will have a job and a family.
I believe that if every single person on the world would discover his/her talents and utilise them for a purpose that he/she believes, then the world would truly be a better place. Because I really think that the source we operate from is love. All of us. In my view, evil is not the absence of good or the intervention of humans to the divine as a few religions say, but a scared, unfullfilled, insecure and unloved human.
I believe that the education we get from our parents, communities and school has a trans formative power. And it is high time that we use the synergies of this power to its full potential, than just stick to the superficial relationships that we so easily create…and forget.
I do not believe the world needs just more knowledgeable people. I believe it needs more ethical knowledgeable people. We have enough of people that know how to analyse data, we need more that know how to use them for the greater good.
I believe that there is something magical that we all are given: Life. Yes, it is magic. Cause there is more to bones and flesh that makes you read this post and do what you do every single day. I believe there is a reason why we are born at a specific time at a specific location on this world. We just need to find it out.
I do not believe in generalisations and putting people in “boxes”. A tomato is a fruit and a banana is a herb. How does that change the way we see these 2 and how many boxes have we put to people around us? How much do we “judge” them comparing to our expectations of them and not truly their expectations of themselves?
I do not believe that there will be a better time for us to express what we believe, what we stand for and love with all our hearts… than now. Cause now, this moment, is our life.