I don't know whether this applies to all introverts but I think a lot. Sometimes I think about certain things so incessantly that I've to actually be alone for a while and stop whatever I'm doing just to block it all out. We live in a world which seemingly has more negatives than positives. Newspaper headlines these days are never positive so when all these terrible things get thrown in your face everyday, it's hard to paint a pretty picture of the world.
I think it's good to know about current affairs; by all means go grab a newspaper, check out online news portals, talk to people about controversial issues because it's good to be in touch with reality. But reality isn't pretty. Unlike Instagram, it's hard to put a filter on such a grim image.
Before you start thinking what a miserable post this is, please hold that thought. I think we're all more than capable to change the state of this world and we don't even have to start big. It all begins at home and in our local communities. I'd like to believe that without disasters or hardship, then the good faith of mankind can't be tested.
It's one thing to be good when you've everything but will you still be good when you've everything taken away from you? Something to ponder upon.
The world isn't perfect. Society isn't perfect. Human beings aren't made perfect.
There'll always be horrible news floating around and whenever a little too much have cluttered my poor little mind, I enter the little bubble I've created for myself.
Feel free to join me. :)