Climbing Palm Trees

Anger is a reaction, not a habit

This is an experiment.
These are my thoughts.
This is unfiltered.

People. Rage. Anger. Hate. Frustration.
All these feelings, or rather states, are only too much used by our fellow human beings. Certain actions produce certain particular frustrations — certain anger — certain resentment. We know it before and yet hope again and again for a sympathetic counterpart and for identical values ​​and morals as we carry within ourselves. But as always confirmed, various exceptions show us how naive this thought is and how far, indeed, infinitely far away, some of a reflective and self-contained life exist. It always happens in the same way: Small accumulations of dissatisfaction and annoyance from daily life accumulate and inflate an inner energy that most do not allow to evaporate or reflect in time. And then you look for: a responsible person, a valve, an outlet. Once they find them, and even in the smallest and least important situation you can imagine, they do it! They see red. All emotions are extreme and the little guy in our heads, as Pixar so elegantly describes in the movie “Inside Out”, burns down our entire moral and ethical control center, causing everything to explode. We want to be right, we want to win, we want to let go, we want to throw everything around us, we let ourselves, as the saying goes, carried on palm trees. Or, to put it another way: Climbing Palm Trees.

29 | Interaction Designer | V I B E L L I O www.vibell.io

29 | Interaction Designer | V I B E L L I O www.vibell.io