During the course of a conversation with myself, I had to concede in the argument involving my mood…

it pained me but yeah, my conscience was right…
“Complaining about a situation doesn’t solve the situation”

And he was right, I had to admit that. Nevertheless, I’m not one to go down easily so I countered with the next possible question to flit across my mind…

“If complaining is useless, then why do we complain (of course, in a general sense)”


“We complain because we believe we’re incapable of solving whatever situation that drives us to complain in the first place. We complain because somewhere, somehow, we are/have been led to believe that complaining is the only way to vent out our ‘feelings’ which in reality, does nothing to actually make us feel better. Lastly, we complain in an attempt to shirk responsibility…because we believe in someone else taking charge of our situation and solving it for us. For a species that believes that there is no such thing as a fixed fate…that we have the power to shape our future and situations however we want, complaining should be the evil we fight against… But still, we complain”

I had no comeback to that.

Agree? Disagree? Comment if you dare…

PS:- Would it be seen as ‘crazy’ if I start talking in 3rd person?


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