As I was finishing an essay on Sylvia Plath, one of my best friends Youssef conveniently told me to watch a video about two gentlemen who pushed emotional limits in their social experiment where they film random peoples reactions to strangers attempting suicide.
I did not anticipate how emotional this video would get and I’m not sure if I approve of their method, but these guys truly made me realize how beautiful humans can be to each other. They reminded me of how society has forced us to denny our instincts for compassion, love and kindness, which is probably the best thing about being human. Why can’t everyone go around with no judgment? Because we have been taught that its natural to judge people of the same species. And this is based on what? By millions of classes and sub classes that make no logical sense at all; class, gender, age, sports, sport positions. The list is endless.
Hopefully after watching this you’ll be reminded of what makes humans human. Embrace each other and brace yourselves for this one:
Till next time,