Did you ever notice how when either in a school or a place of business that when a storm comes and knocks out the lights some people clap? Then there are others—usually an extreme minority who try to continue to do their work next to a flashlight or a candle? This has always been a baffling concept to me, that people would be so happy to be relieved of their work that they could return their minds to a thoughtless existence talking about some television show, new pop song, or about some peer who isn’t present in the form of gossip. People who clap when the lights go out are people who are essentially afraid of action and thought because they don’t want the responsibility of accomplishment. They are essentially lazy people who struggle through life avoiding problems until the ultimate happens—all their problems catch up and destroy their life. Then they wonder why they are unhealthy, unhappy, and why nobody wants to be around them—because they are essentially negative people.
People who clap when the lights go out are people who are looking for an excuse not to live—which essentially makes them evil—(evil is live spelled backwards). They are anti-life and are the type of people who can’t be trusted with much of anything and are always looking to make trouble. Typically they are second-handers in life—those who live by the actions of others but usually they disguise their tendencies behind little emergencies like the lights going out, or they had a flat tire, or that it was raining. They work harder at not doing things than actually doing things because they find the threat of responsibility much more terrifying than the work in avoiding things.
You can often tell who will clap when the lights go out by those people who complain that it’s “Monday” or utter at 4 PM on a Friday, “TGIF.” They are the same people who put “hump day” on their Facebook posting revealing that they are happy the week is half over. These are the people in life who make it terrible for all those who enjoy life and have an optimistic view of it because it’s those who work hard even when the lights go out that carry the rest of those idiots while they hide their tendency toward inaction behind an emergency situation which they are always silently praying for.
These same people are the ones who say, “the devil is in the details,” because they hope to slow things down by getting everyone to look for that devil so they can stand to the side and avoid action. If they stall long enough maybe something will get pushed to Monday buying them a weekend to avoid the inevitable. And on Friday night they drink to forget and to ease the pain of their life from the pressure they always feel they are under. Those kids who grow up in school hoping the bus gets stuck in the snow, or clapping when there is a power outage are the same people who grow up drunk on the weekends because they can’t hack the pressure of living, and they don’t have the fortitude within them to always look for ways to solve problems no matter how bad things are.
People who like to work so much that they don’t let emergencies stop them are the people who make America great. It is not the people who clap when the lights go out. It is the people who look for a lighter in their pocket or a flashlight so they can continue reading or writing something when darkness arrives. They don’t let the darkness stop them. They work on weekends, they work in the middle of the week and Monday is just another day to them. A democracy will never work in any political system so long as there are people who clap when the lights go off, and there are only one or two people who pull out their flashlights to continue working. We are not all equal. Some of us look for every reason to not do something while others try to squeeze every moment of life for the richest possible of goodness available. Those who insist otherwise are those who clap when the lights go out. Or hope for a snow day to keep them from having to attend work.
There is a reason that professional sports are so popular. Sitting in the stands while other people perform on the field is the prefect job for people who clap when the lights go out. All they have to do is just sit there and watch other people do things—and that makes them happy. Some of them are so arrogant that they believe all that is required of them is that they buy a jersey and attend a game and that they have somehow made an investment toward the success of that franchise. When their team losses they get very upset and speak as if they made some grand investment that would justify their anger. But they are just sitting in the stands waiting for the lights to go out so they can hide the fact that they are fearful of life, and always hoping that they can jump on to someone elses success at the last moment and share in the heroic efforts. When a professional team is winning these fans say “we.” When those teams are losing they say, “they.”
Government is filled with people who love it when the lights go out. They love it when there are funding talks and government shut downs—because they like to not work and have someone else to blame for their lack of productivity. They hide in bureaucracy so that nobody would ever blame them for doing nothing because the invented details of muddled thinking allow them to appear majestic when they are essentially cowardly people waiting for death to ultimately take way the responsibility for living from them. They aim to slide through life from excuse to excuse until it all ends and they can then blame God, or even the universe for their sad, pathetic existence.
That anything happens at all it is from the private sector where there are handfuls of people who still work when the lights go out, or whether its Wednesday or Saturday—every day hold the promise of something new if only they can solve this, this and this problem. In fact solving problems is what makes them happy which is why they look for a light when they go out to continue working. It drives them. It is they who make the lights work in the first place. Without those types of people there would be perpetual darkness and a string of excuses from here until the dawn of mankind. Nothing would ever happen because always a majority of the people clap when the lights go out and only a very few look for alternatives to continue their work.
It is quite obvious what is going on with the Trump presidency—Trump and his family are a light. They always have been and the people of their core associations are of the same type. But Washington D.C. has a culture that is nearly entirely made up of people who always have clapped when the lights went out for whatever reason. And those people don’t like it that Trump is in the White House putting light everywhere and making people work even when the lights are turned off, and there are tornado warnings as well. Trump won’t let those who like to hide in the dark continue doing so, so they are doing everything they can to push back at the light. And that’s just not acceptable. Trump was elected by people who like to work to push away the influences of those who don’t from ruining the world further. It’s no longer fashionable to clap when the lights go out and no longer allowed to be one of those people who use chaos to hide their laziness. Those people have been exposed and are now required to act or be run over—and that is essentially what is driving our world today. And that’s not going to change.
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