Things we’re thinking about this week:
People are often scared to say ‘I don’t know’ - even more are scared to say ‘I don’t care’.
Why do we need to care so much? We do we sometimes pretend to care about things we don’t care about? If it’s important to be who we are, isn’t it only natural that you can about somethings and care not at all about others?
Take for instance the Oscars (or the Superbowl) - talk among friend’s might be all about big events (or the hottest show on Netflix), but if we’re not interested, we’re just not interested. So what’s the point in pretending that you do care?
Just because SOMEBODY cares, doesn’t mean that you have to as well. Sure you can think about it, but if it’s not a big priority, you can’t be blamed for caring less (doesn’t mean you have to be an asshole about it).
Imagine if we spent less time worrying about appeasing somebody (they might not even care that you don’t care), we would have so much more time pursuing the things that actually matter to us.