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Complain by creating

You can complain about the lack of morals or the spiritual decline of popular culture all you want, but until you get out there and start influencing the world with your own ideas, it’s all talk.

It’s easy and fashionable to place the blame on the media, the government, or the misled masses of people who believe everything they hear, but crying about what “they” do is not a substitute for the creative action you can take to start changing things for the better.

The greater tragedy of our time is not the so-called “enemies of good”, but the self-proclaimed “enemies of evil” who have literally reduced their cultural relevance to “feeling appalled.”

Being disgusted about the state of the world is not the same as being constructive.

If you’re going to complain, complain by creating.

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    1. I love the comic. It sounds like my philosophy.

      Regarding your comment on asking the right questions, I agree. And I also agree that asking the right questions is the most creative of arts.

      This is my perspective as well. When I say “complain by creating” I mean “express your dissatisfaction, disgust, and disappointment through creative action rather than just sulking in a state of victimhood.”

      For me, that includes (but is not limited to) asking the right questions.

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