Clash of the Ideologies

Some people say, “chase your dreams and passion in life,”
Some people say, “be realistic about your dreams,”
And I’m just here, somewhere in between.

I’m an idealist.
I want to change the world.
I want to revolutionise the way people think.
I want to create a better world. An utopia.

I’m also a realist.
I know I’m just a drop of water in the sea.
I know the world will not rotate the other way when I wish for it.
I know I can’t change all minds.

I don’t know which to bow down to.
The power of persistence, or the power of logic.
If I choose one, I may be a fool, thinking that I could change human being.
If I choose the other, I may be like the wind, flowing free without any directions.

Everything needs to be done in moderation, so they say.
I have been doing everything in moderation my whole life.
I lost my identity somewhere in between.
Never truly a part of something.

Then I realised, I’m an opportunist as well.
I take the smallest chances I can get.
Maybe, just maybe,
This path will take me to my utopia.

Clash of the Ideologies

One thought on “Clash of the Ideologies

  1. KiKi Cutey says:

    I’m a dreamer and an idealist – I’m also obnoxious, pushy, and stubborn, and as such am unwilling to part with my notions of world transformation. I find where the balance comes in is not getting bogged down that there isn’t always a tangible cause and effect. I have faith that I go out into the world everyday spread love and light and spiritual b*tchslaps (with love 😉 ) to the world and that it DOES make a difference. Just because it doesn’t happen in front of my face doesn’t mean that love isn’t slowly taking hold of the world. It’s hard sometimes, we get attached to the outcome and that’s no bueno because that’s how we get let down.

    Stay beautiful chick!


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