Increase The Peace

Ssoooo I’m just going to quietly begin typing and act like I haven’t been on a three month hiatus.

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Love is tough to talk about…it really is. It may not seem that way at first . We think there’s so much to say because there’s so much that we feel at the time, but when someone asks us to describe how we feel, we just spit out incoherent nonsense. It’s probably why we would all much rather send out texts with !!!!!, or bruuuuuuuh, or spam heart and flame emoji’s.

Another reason love is hard to talk or write about is because it’s been kind of absent. It seems like the past couple of years we see less and less of it playing out in social media and news. We focus on the hate, the murders, the tragedy. It’s no wonder a lot of peoples mind sets are warped. I don’t think there’s a single group of people that doesn’t think society is against them. Some of these groups have a much stronger, legitimate case for this feeling than others, but you get the point.

We need something to adjust our focus.

2016 is almost done already, so for now on, regardless of what’s going on, let’s try to move in a direction where we can make things better. I’m not telling you that you shouldn’t care about current world issues but, for starters, share something on your Facebook wall or IG that isn’t fcked up more often. We may not be able to solve the worlds problems but, we’re capable of fixing ourselves. Help someone find their smile, Reach out to someone, rebuild those bridges you burnt, forgive someone, squash your beef, do something. This world is depressing enough and we owe it to ourselves to be happy. We need this.

About Jacington Caught in between the pulls of sub-culture movements and real life’s demands, A SDSU graduate, based in the illustrious state of California spends what free time he has obsessing over comics, vintage clothing shoes, and running a small blog when he sees fit. Thoroughly dedicated to having a good time whenever possible, Jacington is just as likely to be found at the top of a mountain as on a downtown San Diego street corner. At this point in the bio, I stop writing in the third person and proceed to keep it funky. Somewhere along the line, I managed to convince Twitch to give me a spot on the SSB team. It could prove to be tragic, or by some slim margin it could work out to be entertaining. Hopefully you check back and decide for yourself.
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