Trusting Humans


This is the hardest thing we have to do as people. Humans are imperfect. They don’t always follow through, tell the truth or have your best interest at heart. They may lie, cheat and steal to get what they want.

So what do we do?  Trust them? Allow people in our lives to sell us a car, fall in love, fix our plumbing? Do we ask our intuition to protect us? Our Higher Power to guide us? or is it just written in some cosmic book some where that it’s just our lesson to get fucked over?

I watch the news and see the media hype about couples cheating on each other and corporations ripping off employees or just the luck of the draw of being born in a country where everyone is getting fucked over and I just have to wonder, “God, is this your plan?

And we can hold on to this,”It’s not what happens to us, it’s how we deal with it.”

The only thing I have been able to do is trust my intuition to do the next right thing and that may not look too smart some times.

If that is the voice of God, then that’s all I got.

Human Behaviour

Byork

f you ever get close to a human and human behavior
Be ready, be ready to get confused and me and my here after
There’s definitely, definitely, definitely no logic to human behavior
But yet so, yet so irresistible and me and my fear can
And there is no map uncertain

They’re terribly, terribly, terribly moody of human behavior
Then all of a sudden, turn happy and they and my here after
But oh, to get involved in the exchange of human emotions
Is ever so, ever so satisfying and they and my here on
And there is no map and chair too

Human behavior, human behavior
Human behavior, human behavior

And there is no map
And a compass wouldn’t help at all
Yeah, uncertain

Human behavior, human behavior
Human behavior, human behavior
Human behavior, human behavior
Human behavior

There’s definitely, definitely, definitely no logic
To human, to human, to human, to human



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