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no-one-care: LITTLE BOY He stands at the plate with his heart pounding fast. The bases are loaded, the die has been cast. Mom and Dad cannot help him, he stands all alone. A hit at this moment would send his team home. The ball meets the plate, he swings and he misses. There's a groan from the crowd, with some boos and some hisses. A thoughtless voice cries, "Strike out the bum. Tears fill his eyes, the game's no longer fun. So open up your heart and give him a break, for it's moments like this, a man you can make. Keep this in mind when you hear someone forget, He is just a little boy, and not a man yet. feveryfield I just stumbled across this post and figured I'd give my perspective on it. On a previous post I made I broke down part social reason that women can't raise boys to become men without the help of another man-men and this post proves part of the reason why. Situations like this aren't only for sport and a lot of women just can't see that. When single mothers put their sons in a sport their preconceived notion and immediate opinion about the sport is that "it doesn't matter" "it's just a game" and it "isn't real life". Sport of any kind is a preparation for the real world in every sense and most men fully understand this, while most women don't care or never even consider the greater purpose and bigger picture. When a woman sees her young son struggling in a sport for whatever reason she'll often tell him it's okay to quit, walk out in the middle of a game, take a brake if he needs to, it doesn't matter what happens, and just ignore the "boos and hisses". Women, single mothers specifically, you must let go of the preconceived notion that the sport your son is involved in "is just a game" and "doesn't matter". Sports are a means for your son to learn how to operate in the real world as it relates to and treats MEN while he's still young enough to make his mistakes without the harsh repercussions an adult man would face in this world if he were to make the same mistakes. In the real world men don't have the option to say "the game is no longer fun" men don't have the liberty to cry in front of ANYONE just because our feelings are hurt. Quite frankly no one cares about the feelings of men and when your boy comes of age the same women who wiped his tears and gave him a shoulder to cry on will ridicule him to no end and rip any sense of manhood he had to shreds if he even thinks about crying in public FOR ANY REASON. I'm not saying it's right or wrong, that's another topic for another day, but whether you as a single mother like these truths or not doesn't change their validity. If your son quits a sport or walks out in the middle of a game where long term risks and pressure whether mental or physical are getting the best of him, what do you think he's going to do when
no-one-care: LITTLE BOY
 He stands at the plate with his heart pounding fast.
 The bases are loaded, the die has been cast.
 Mom and Dad cannot help him, he stands all alone.
 A hit at this moment would send his team home.
 The ball meets the plate, he swings and he misses.
 There's a groan from the crowd, with some
 boos and some hisses.
 A thoughtless voice cries, "Strike out the bum.
 Tears fill his eyes, the game's no longer fun.
 So open up your heart and give him a break,
 for it's moments like this, a man you can make.
 Keep this in mind when you hear someone forget,
 He is just a little boy, and not a man yet.
 feveryfield
I just stumbled across this post and figured I'd give my perspective on it. On a previous post I made I broke down part social reason that women can't raise boys to become men without the help of another man-men and this post proves part of the reason why. Situations like this aren't only for sport and a lot of women just can't see that. When single mothers put their sons in a sport their preconceived notion and immediate opinion about the sport is that "it doesn't matter" "it's just a game" and it "isn't real life". Sport of any kind is a preparation for the real world in every sense and most men fully understand this, while most women don't care or never even consider the greater purpose and bigger picture. When a woman sees her young son struggling in a sport for whatever reason she'll often tell him it's okay to quit, walk out in the middle of a game, take a brake if he needs to, it doesn't matter what happens, and just ignore the "boos and hisses". Women, single mothers specifically, you must let go of the preconceived notion that the sport your son is involved in "is just a game" and "doesn't matter". Sports are a means for your son to learn how to operate in the real world as it relates to and treats MEN while he's still young enough to make his mistakes without the harsh repercussions an adult man would face in this world if he were to make the same mistakes. In the real world men don't have the option to say "the game is no longer fun" men don't have the liberty to cry in front of ANYONE just because our feelings are hurt. Quite frankly no one cares about the feelings of men and when your boy comes of age the same women who wiped his tears and gave him a shoulder to cry on will ridicule him to no end and rip any sense of manhood he had to shreds if he even thinks about crying in public FOR ANY REASON. I'm not saying it's right or wrong, that's another topic for another day, but whether you as a single mother like these truths or not doesn't change their validity. If your son quits a sport or walks out in the middle of a game where long term risks and pressure whether mental or physical are getting the best of him, what do you think he's going to do when

I just stumbled across this post and figured I'd give my perspective on it. On a previous post I made I broke down part social reason tha...

no-one-care: No one cares who you're cutting off in 2017. How are you improving you? Are you being the change you want to see in the world? I know life might not be as you thought it would be, but you are living, you have been given this life for a reason... And so we are at the beginning of a new year for you. You said you were going to improve as a human being last year, I know a lot went on and you didn't quite make the changes, you promised yourself and your family. The seasons change, the earth changes, you must also change. For life is change and change must come. The most important question you can ask yourself is this; Are you happy? Did you spend the last year happy, or were you depressed? Were you stressed? (Aka a city dwellers way of saying they are unhappy) Or did you spend the whole year relaxed and at peace with your existence. Happiness is transient, just like time itself. Living life moment to moment is the best way to maintain sanity. The more moments you spend happy, the better your quality of life will be. What are you going to do this year to be happier? Some of the simple things you can do: Stop f*cking people you don't like for reasons you don't know. Stop Drinking alcohol, sugar, excessive amounts of caffeine. Stop smoking, just stop it, lung cancer is not cool or fun. Start exercising, It doesn't matter how you do it, but you have been saying you are going to get fit for the whole of your adult life, sort it out or stop chatting sh*t. Start eating clean, healthy and nutritious foods, how are you going to have inner harmony when you poison your body everyday. Love without conditions, conditions for yourself or others, obviously don't let someone disrespect you, but the way you are going you are acting emotionless, you are to end up alone, for fear of being hurt. Get involved in politics, activism and positive social movements; you can make a difference, apathy will leave you feeling depressed. Everybody is human so you can change things for the better if you want to. Start today, for tomorrow isn't promised. There are so many things that I have done to affect myself and others positively, because this is how you find happiness :) chakabars
no-one-care: No one cares who
 you're cutting off in
 2017.
How are you improving you? Are you being the change you want to see in the world? I know life might not be as you thought it would be, but you are living, you have been given this life for a reason... And so we are at the beginning of a new year for you. You said you were going to improve as a human being last year, I know a lot went on and you didn't quite make the changes, you promised yourself and your family. The seasons change, the earth changes, you must also change. For life is change and change must come. The most important question you can ask yourself is this; Are you happy? Did you spend the last year happy, or were you depressed? Were you stressed? (Aka a city dwellers way of saying they are unhappy) Or did you spend the whole year relaxed and at peace with your existence. Happiness is transient, just like time itself. Living life moment to moment is the best way to maintain sanity. The more moments you spend happy, the better your quality of life will be. What are you going to do this year to be happier? Some of the simple things you can do: Stop f*cking people you don't like for reasons you don't know. Stop Drinking alcohol, sugar, excessive amounts of caffeine. Stop smoking, just stop it, lung cancer is not cool or fun. Start exercising, It doesn't matter how you do it, but you have been saying you are going to get fit for the whole of your adult life, sort it out or stop chatting sh*t. Start eating clean, healthy and nutritious foods, how are you going to have inner harmony when you poison your body everyday. Love without conditions, conditions for yourself or others, obviously don't let someone disrespect you, but the way you are going you are acting emotionless, you are to end up alone, for fear of being hurt. Get involved in politics, activism and positive social movements; you can make a difference, apathy will leave you feeling depressed. Everybody is human so you can change things for the better if you want to. Start today, for tomorrow isn't promised. There are so many things that I have done to affect myself and others positively, because this is how you find happiness :) chakabars

How are you improving you? Are you being the change you want to see in the world? I know life might not be as you thought it would be, bu...