I’ve got a perfect puzzle for you.
Roompa Loompa, do-ba-dee-dee,
If you are wise you’ll listen to me.
Everyone delves into the world of what's in and what's not, what's 'winning' and what's an epic fail, and everyone thinks he/she is different from the rest of us. This concept of individuality can be pro-con. It can inspire and give a positive boost or it can supplement a concoction of cocky. We all have contrasting viewpoints and means of expression. Thus, we are different, yet the same. Yeah, some people achieve more than others, putting an emphasis on daily competition, but if we had nothing to compare, we would be a meaningless, bland race. Speaking of our race, it is beyond me that a human would guide in defining 'humanity' via the example sentence here: 'Honestly, humanity in general is a sad and sorry race.' Maybe that person is suicidal, or maybe he/she addresses a point, setting aside the generalization part.
You gotta deal with what you've got. I'm talking about body-wise, health-wise, money-wise, and even purchase-wise. People can be so languishing and dissatisfied with themselves that it is a sorry, sorry thing. We put on trouble like it's our normal garb, when it's all actually garbage. Sure you can return/exchange a purchase, but if it goes out of stock, you're pretty much out of luck. Deal with it. People deal with what they have in different ways. Alterations are becoming more and more highly accepted, and you can be cautious or impractical about it. Steroids are abused, bones are intentionally broken, tanning is much too oompa loompa amplified. These are all at inevitably high costs. Tryhards don't see that one 'necessary' change leads to another. Go ahead, 'enhance' your muscles, your height, your skin hues, your boobage. I'm all for people that seek betterment and happiness. If only they could see health before beauty and happiness even in health. Also, being wealthy or not is just an accessory to your character. Without the latter, money can only take you so far. I admit to being spoiled at times, but you can't place me on the same side of the spectrum as Veruca Salt, the 'bad nut' that demanded her dad to give her a Willy Wonka squirrel. Like in that chocolate factory, rich resilience truly empowers the world. I'd much rather aim for who I want to be while accepting my life conditions instead of leading my own demise.
Roompa Loompa, do-ba-dee-da,
With positivity, you will go far.You will live in happiness if you pursue,
More than the Roompa Lompa do-ba-dee-do.