Go Live It

Who are you when no one’s looking? Are you looking the way you look when you know people are looking? Or are you constantly looking to make sure no one’s really looking to see the true way you look? Because when I look around, I see a lack of intensity directed towards integrity. So, infidelity runs wild while no one lives in fidelity. They think their ability to get away with doing wrong gives them indemnity.  I’m not just talking sensual or sexual faithfulness either, but the perpetual way we treat honesty and facts as being flexible. It seems like having honor and just doing the right thing, because it’s the right thing, are just conceptual and only apply when convenient, so most people treat it as though they could take it or leave it.  I’m trying to critique the way people don’t respect the value of respect.  So as a critic, I’ll criticize the critical size of people’s lies that say they honor the wise, but when wisdom lies in front of their eyes they ridicule it for being lame, as they rid themselves of a clue of living a life that’s true.  Then you hear people idolize the character of true idols you could characterize as living ethics that are vital, but when you challenge them to have their character rise to be eye to eye with this character’s eyes, they’ll criticize you for taking life too seriously and acting deliriously for being unwilling to compromise some “silly virtue” for fun, laughter, pleasure, or just convenience because you’re too much of a goody two-shoes.  This insult results in people choosing to indulge in being two-faced until they’re engulfed in this occult that gives little value to those who truly value values.  If this doesn’t sort of make you sore, then maybe you’re letting the message soar above your heart because I’m calling us to stop having a short view of integrity that we just look over, but instead see it as a paradise shore we would sacrifice for to secure.  And I’m sure you can see the irony of a culture who hates the fake, but then tries to break the authentic. Because for how many people who claim to hate masks, there’s a massive mass that pushes against those who try to live the full mass of their words.