judgmental

I can’t wait to move out and go for walks with my best friend at 3am without being told it’s too late. I can’t wait to bake a cake at 2am without my family moaning about how long it takes to decorate. I can’t wait to walk around my house in my hot lingerie and not have to hide it away in fear of being called a slut. I can’t wait to lay on my bed for hours and do nothing without being called lazy. I can’t wait to listen to my music really loud without being told it’s rubbish. I can’t wait to do what I want without being judged by family that aren’t meant to judge you. I just can’t wait to be me.

I’ve been listening to some of the audiobooks I downloaded over the weekend, mostly (auto)biographies/memoirs and I’m starting to think that they’re all required to include a chapter dedicated to lamenting how everyone is glued to their phones nowadays and how did we all become completely dependent on technology and why doesn’t anyone hold the door open for anyone else anymore and who turned down the heat in here it’s freezing?! 

People who judge others,
especially people who judge others based on things like looks,
on whether you’re black or white,
whether you’re jewish or you’re muslim,
whether you’re gay or straight,
because of their body type,
whether they’re fat or skinny,
whether you have pimples or
wether you have a big butt. 

These judgmental people, their opinions don’t matter -
because they don’t matter.

Judgmental people are of a lower moral authority
than those who don’t judge.
And we, people who don’t judge, we have the responsibility to crush, to destroy those mean, judgmental bullies -
and we do that with an overwhelming positivity and we do that with our extreme open-minded-ness.
And when you subscribe to these values you really stop caring what other people think.

Because chances are, if other people are judging you - they’re wrong.

—  Casey Neistat in his Vlog_35