Ever since I was a child, I had always questioned myself. Yes, I’ve always hated those so-called moral lessons. “Do not hate or harm others. Try to be mindful of other people’s feelings. Plants and animals are living beings too, so treat them kindly.” I wonder if there is anyone who actually puts these lessons in practice?
To begin with, it is impossible for one person to adequately understand the feelings of another person. Also, treat other living things kindly, they say? Should such a line come from someone who eats meat? Who gave them the right to preach such hypocritical nonsense?
Even if I were to narrow down the topic to human beings…for example, a person who raises funds for the sake of the homeless or those in greater need…I wonder if they’re as great as they seem to be.
Helping elderly people cross the street, giving directions to those who ask, offering your seat on the bus or train… wouldn’t that be nothing more than feeding one’s superiority complex, feeling of self-satisfaction, or just your typical social propaganda?
Considering that I ponder these issues on a daily basis, I’m quite certain that society would just say I’m “going crazy”. However, as far as I’m concerned, this is completely “normal” to me.
If the world is to think that I’ve gone crazy, then I must prove that they are the ones who have gone mad. Thus, I shall find a suitable target for this “experiment”, to show the world that I am the one who is normal.