Who is worth it?

30 May


We all know that we live in a materialistic world don’t we?  Everywhere I look there are adverts for newer, brighter more shiny things.  We are encouraged to aspire to accumulate wealth and keep it clutched tightly to ourselves.  We are inundated with a culture of people who wish for instant gratification without the  graft that goes with it.


Does it make you a better person to have more possessions?  Does fame equip you for life?

I am tired to my very core of our gvt demonising  the poor, sick and disabled.  I am tired of avoiding conversations with people whose sole object in life is to have more possessions or are so preoccupied with their physical appearance that they stop being humane.


I am no saint, definitely not! neither do I want to be!  What I want to understand    is why are people so much more that way inclined now than they appeared to be in my youth.   Are we so impoverished of spirit now that a new pair of shoes can fix our mood?

I just don’t understand.  I am sad that so much of life is about  *me*  I do not want to be in a world like that.  In all honesty do you?  I don’t want to hear about how fabulous you are I want to be able to talk with you and find out if I think you are.  I don’t care if you think I am weird I like looking on the inside of people not at the veneer.





One Response to “Who is worth it?”

  1. Helen May 31, 2013 at 7:22 am #

    Well said Jules, there are too many singing their own praises on here and in life. Let others sing them and if they don’t, take the hint!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Belfast Child

Remembering the Victims

The Chi Gardener

Channelling my chi, through the power of plants.


The Culture Of Now


Breaking News, Sports, Entertainment, TV, Tech, Gaming & Health.

The Mindful Gardener

The sensory pleasures and earthy delights of gardening.

Ed Mayo's Blog

the power of co-operation

adrenalin ghosts

dreams and thoughts

Read After Burnout

Adventures in Everyday Madness

Duckweed Gardening

Sustainable backyard production of duckweed for feed, fuel, and fertilizer

Walthamstow Wetlands Steve

Community Engagement for London Wildlife Trust

Morgan S. Ray

Breaking The Rules

EDS and Chronic Pain News & Info

Curated News and Information on Chronic Pain and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome


Reshaping Our Democracy

The Fibro Guy

Putting an end to Fibromyalgia

Dramatic Debi

“Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

Pain Pals

My family & friends living with me.....and chronic illness


A disabled insomniac who crafts!!!!


The pretty good books of Susan Larson

There are still battles to be fought

A periodic blog on matters health, union, social justice, and the occasional random rant


Where discussion starts.....


Discovering we don't think inside the box or outside the box. We don't even know where the box is

Embrace The Brace

Coping Tips For Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Discordant Daydream

A vent of life's problems and delights

Grenfell Action Group

Working to defend and serve the Lancaster West community


Notes from a wildlife-friendly cottage garden

Vox Political

politics for the people


Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it


the daily planet,


no dig gardening, seasonal cooking, permaculture, preserving, foraging, storing, crafting, home life

Digging Deep

The Green Prescription Allotment

Disappointed Idealist

Ranting from the chalkface

Compassionate Roots

Bringing nature to life


Life, Nature and the Garden

This little life of mine.

Living the nightmare with a smile on my face.


Politics For The People


Changing Lives Through Learning

Unconventionally "normal"

On a one woman mission to educate the world on chronic and invisible illnesses and disabilities. Here to support who ever needs it!

Bert Fulks

Fall. Surrender. Restore. Rise. Repeat.

@PoliceGuvnor - The realities of policing

Follow me on Twitter @PoliceGuvnor


Deforestation Kills More Than Trees.

Graham Wettone

Policing Commentator

The Patchwork Banana

life, love, nature, musings

Square Cop In A Round World

A former cop taking on tough subjects

%d bloggers like this: