It was a short reel I watched on Facebook.
However I wanted to share the content on Instagram on my feed.
So I looked up the same person on this other social platform.
There I found even more content that just made me laugh.
I was sick all day already and mainly had been sleeping.
A cure I have found, was just to laugh.
Not out of misery or to gain sympathy.
I mean, there is nobody to get sympathy from as I am feeling miserable, laying there by myself in bed.
Sweating, feverish and my mind wandering to places, that is better not for daylight to be seen.
The laughter in these occasions I have found, in times of a low, is a way to raise my vibration.
Sad and lonely is already how I feel. Some misery does not have to be added to that.
Laughter is a good friend and compromise.
It doesn’t only forget about my pain, but makes my cells not think about any sorrow I already am feeling.
It is a way of meeting myself half way.
Suffering doesn’t always mean we have to suffer all the way.
A shortcut on the road of pain, suffering, or just happiness.
Perhaps it is all the same?
The content of the video’s, to make me laugh as a cure to get better faster.
It also made me realize the following.
Suffering is not connected to age and also not to reasons women can get mad.
The video’s are about a young dad explaining why his daughters of two and four, later four and six, were getting upset.
All valid reasons to me.
Not only because I am a woman.
The content creator of the video’s already made more than 20 episodes just about this.
It starts when the girls are two and four years old and goes to when they are four and six years old.
Beneath, some examples that really made me laugh.
‘3 year old, was upset, because she was afraid of the dark, at 3 in the afternoon’.
‘4 year old, was getting mad at her dad, because he was standing at her spot in the living room’.
‘6 year old was getting agitated, because it was raining all day and she said that ‘the sky was being super emotional’.
The one that stuck with me the most was when 6 year old was upset, because she was pushed at school by a boy that made her fall.
Instead of that she was upset that he had made her fall, she was upset that she needed to find another boy to get married to, because this was the boy she was going to get married and she said that ‘she doesn’t put up with that, she has standards and this boy wasn’t meeting them’.
As funny as a 6 year old is saying that, there are so many women out there, in their twenties, thirties, forties, fifties, sixties and so on, that express the same feeling as this little one.
‘That they don’t put up with what the guy in particular is doing and they have better standards’.
I will leave for you the judgment of what you find about that.
As far as you can have any opinion about it, sad or funny, it is a reality that we are living.
However my explanation of the expression of the content is this :
‘Boys do stupid stuff and we, women of any age, think we are privileged enough to gain any standard from that’.
Needless to say, that is a bit stupid.
Speaking about my own human kind.
But the message for you to read is this.
Boys are just stupid and they have a hard time expressing their feelings.