I will not write about what I don't like, but rather what I do like. I like it when people believe in something - it doesn't matter what it is, as long as you believe. Because it is that belief and trust in a higher consiousness that purifies your thoughts. I like it when people don't feel threatened by what they believe; that they realise there is no eternal life in hell if you don't believe, but rather the beauty of life if you do. I like it when people see things for what they are and not what they want them to be. When they take note of beautiful sunrises, or when flowers are in bloom - such simple things that are absolutely free - yet we take it for granted because "don't worry! The sun will always come up tomorrow".
What I like most, is that we live in a world where we are entitled to our opinions. Where we are free in our minds and are able to express how we feel. This is how we learn from one another and is probably the greatest gift of all. Make the most of it!
"When the white man came to Africa, he had the bible, and we had the land. Then he told us to close our eyes to pray. When we opened our eyes, we had the bible and he had the land" - Archbishop Desmond Tutu