It’s a strange world we live in

We all perceive the world around us differently. Something insignificant to someone could be huge to someone else. It’s the same the other way round too. Something quite huge going on in the world can also seem unimportant to someone. This is because we’re all wrapped up in our own worlds.

President Trump was somewhat of a comedy character. We all would scoff at the stupid things he was saying or the way he was acting. However, the laughter has stopped since the USA and North Korea are building up to a nuclear war. Also since there have been riots and protests in the USA and President Trump isn’t condemning the far-right side that are openly doing Nazi salutes and one guy driving his car into a crowd of people, killing one person (which I’d like to add would anywhere else, specifically Paris and London, would be as a terrorist attack). I’d say that he is a definite concern for the planet.

President Trump has said that he wouldn’t visit the UK until he received the correct reception from the public. Now, I’ve never attended any sort of protest in my life but I would move heaven and earth just to protest that guy.

I’d say that what this man is capable of is important to pay attention to. People don’t agree with me, they’re wrapped up in their own world. I bring this up because of something that happened to me a couple of days ago. As a barista in a coffee shop, I made someone a plain coffee and as I was transporting it to her saucer, I accidentally spilt a little of it. The tiniest amount. I slightly overfilled it. The woman hit the roof “THEY ALWAYS SPILL MY COFFEE!!!” She said raising her voice. It was hard not to say to her “We’re on the verge of a potential nuclear war and you’re more concerned about having a slightly moistened saucer.”

It’s a strange world we live in.


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