What do we show?
May the beautiful images of purely happy people not inspire us to reject us and judge us when we go through harsh circumstances.
As we are
We are living in a time of "positivism", where the demand to be well, to be successful and to "advance" are strong. Cornered by ourselves, we ask and strive in all senses: to be younger, prettier and better... are some of the ideas we impose on ourselves. This idea of exacerbation of the good leads us to share ourselves from that place, that's why we show on social networks images that reflect it: moments of happiness, situations of maximum adventure and fulfilled objectives are the motives that we most reinforce in our pupils and that's very good because we want to share passion, joy, vehemence and everything that we like, which is very good as long as we don't corner to think that the other pole of human life should be rejected. It is precisely thanks to the "negative pole" that we know how to enjoy the positive. Our desire for well-being and happiness is genuine, but it is so polarized that we run the risk of denying the pain when it reaches us or believing that it should not be so... and that can confuse us. We can pretend that nothing is happening, repressing and hiding from discomfort. Experiencing difficult situations, crises or moments of maximum displeasure cannot be negative. To be bad is also good if we accept completely the two poles of life. A pain makes it possible for us to mature, reflect and question ourselves so it can be welcomed. It is correct to share with others images of what is beautiful-accepted or what is "good"... but that this does not prevent us from living life as a whole with appreciation and appreciation for each circumstance. May the beautiful images of purely happy people not inspire us to reject us and to judge us when we go through hard circumstances. May we even include "those moments" - not to share in images - but as an act of maturity and self-love for all our humanity.