Selectivity in Life is just a part of Life

Selectivity is a prime function in our universe. Gravity attracts the same way a ligand binds to a receptor, and humans make their moves into what they believe is a socioemotional selectivity; to narrowing down their social interactions as a part of their growing knowledge acquisition – which at a first glance can contradict to what most people believe is a introvert behavior. Knowing the fact that our lives are futile without the social interactions in society, we still make choices depending on what our guts tell us to do and we forget the essentials for a succeeding state of mind. We make ourselves to believe that our choices are what were intended, and we grow new relationships and slender down our own needs to depend on what others need, forgetting the big chunk of dignity that will remain with our souls when we leave this earth and enter the unknown.

What do you want to achieve in your life, and what do you intend to share with your community?
Do you have anything to say, and do you know how to say it?
Do you know when devotion becomes vocation and vice versa, and where are you getting your inspiration from?
Are you sure this is what you want to do, knowing the fact that it is your final call and other people are depending on your decisions?
Can you put up your case against someone else, if or when that happens?

I’ve been asked these questions, and have taken my time to – harshly but mostly heartily – explain my view on depleting interactions. I am not advocating my case, but it has been a real face-off to confront my case with prominent people that could’ve smoked my case in two quick flicks – but did not, just because I had a fundamental cause to raise what is believed to be a sentimental issue, which happens once in a blue moon to some people, but quite often in my life.

Just be prepared and believe in what is the right way, and move along with your deepest feelings – and remember the fighter spirit:

You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain’t about how hard ya hit. It’s about how hard you can get it and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done! ~ Stallone in Rocky Balboa

All the best,