The story so far:
Even though humans have a limited lifespan of 110 years maximum, what really matters is what we do in that life time and who we make connections with. Im a bit calmer now that I've had some time to mull it over in my head. I for one, am not a racist, I've never been racist, I believe everything in the world should be free, that drugs, the ones that harm instead of help should be burnt away to nothing.
True that our existence is nothing more then a series of randomly combined elements proven to have concise developments to a thought process... We still exist none the less. Are we really living our lives as we see it? Or are well just remembering what we did from a day to day stand point? But, if this were true then we're all dead or dying. As true or horrible as this may seem we cannot ignore that which we feel the call of our selves for.
If then we eliminate racism from the world, what will we do then? What purpose do we serve, if not to entertain those around us? I ask these questions both in curiosity of life itself and of fear for my own answer. What will it all mean in the end?
True racism is more or less a boulder in the scheme of things, we should concentrate on curing diseases, making the world a better place for all to live in, and still have time to catch the game on sunday. Even if Im totally off topic, wouldn't you agree with me that certain aspects of our conversations seem rather planned and preempted rather then decisions of our own caliber?
But to the topic at hand, rather then going off on another subject, we should stay where we are and confine ourselves to that which engrosses us the most. Life, my friend is what engrosses us, what's in that life you ask? Love, hate, sadness, happiness, people all around the world have these same emotions built into themselves, and yet we continue to fight each other all because of what eachs religion states. We have so much potential as a species, and yet we are troubled by only our constant interest in wars. These thoughts are connected in one way or another, there is a solution out there to help chip even more away at the rock which faces us, we just need to keep chipping away till racism is nothing more then a fine dust which will trouble us no more.
Wouldn't you all agree?
I know what your saying, that to find order in ones life and understand the things we're not meant to understand we must venture into the darkness of our minds and face the darkest of thoughts we have in secret. Show it no mercy as we wrestle with the fact that, yes, indeed we are morose creatures that pillage and murder and cheat on loved ones. In essence if the light we're overflowing our thoughts and we could not keep in check with reality and face facts point blank, then we will have lost our very souls to the darkness of the light... and as well to the light of the darkness.
The dark side of the force... I mean universe, is that bad things happen to people all the time. Humans are pitiful creatures in this way of thinking... But it is true on some standpoint. The things we mean to say and do that never get done for one reason or another often become dirty little secrets in time, where we are ashamed to reveal them even to our closest of friends and family. Yet, we still think of them from time to time with a sick fondness. It's in the dark side that we reveal our face to the audience, and watch as they either scream horrified at what they witnessed or applaud at the bravery you have just shown. However it's not all doom and gloom.
The light side of the universe is equally as blind and does so jest at our plight. Thinking that only it gains the right to live in the universe, that there should be no darkness at all in our hearts. That everything will become as it deems fit, a totalitarian control of all we hold dearest to our hearts. But to this point of the darkness, in the light we must show face, and take everything with a grain of salt, it's here, in the middle, where both our darkest fears and our bravest moments collide, leaving with it a sense of accomplishment, a sense of pride, and a sense of being that will remain forever within our very souls.
Through this delicate balance of both light and dark, can we truly understand the things we're not meant to understand, and walk with both dark and light as our weapons of choice. The only real decision is how to use the two? Will it be in favor of Good? or in favor of Evil? These are the courses in which both dark and light energies flow, forever in battle with each other, forever in envy of each other. For one cannot exist with-out the other, and neither one will admit it.
So the answer you are looking for is inside yourself, dig to the root of that which you see and pluck it from from mind and see what treasure you have wrought to your soul. And then this, shall be the truest of ends to racism.