Human Connections: A Brief Personal Essay
We rely on human connections to maintain sanity. To remain alive. Human interaction is basically crucial in a person’s life. Sometimes we rely on it too much that a lack of it will make us feel weak. We all want to be heard out. We all want to be acknowledged and let know that we matter. We all have a story, a background, and purpose in this universe. Does everyone know their purpose? Human interaction is difficult and complicated in its beauty. Its hardship is overlooked and simplicity is seen through everyone’s eyes. Nobody is born with a built-in guide on how to handle life and its misfortunes. Psychology is the foundation of every human being. With its rules given, everyone seems to play by their own, because well, it is nearly impossible for everyone to know and play by psychology’s rules. Why? Because I mentioned earlier that the hardship is overlooked by people and simplicity is a given. If everyone were to play by a definite set of rules relationships would be insanely perfect, arguments between people would be non-existent, and people would probably be a set of battery-operated robots in a fixed setting that the only thing they’re capable of is love and pure happiness. It seems and it is impossible for all 7.6 billion people in this universe to be extremely educated in psychology to even begin to understand how human interaction really works. So it is what it is and that’s the beauty in it, that we all play by our own rules even though ones are already written. But yet it still remains a mystery the type of world we would live in different circumstances. We will always rely on human connections and we will always play by our own rules.