Whether it’s the latest in electronics or fashion, we all have the urge to want the next newest and best thing.
Today ways to Entertain are growing rapidly as technology is advancing causing materialism to grow like a disease. We all have urges for things. There is always something out there that we feel the need to have. As generation goes by it passes the hunger for materialistic things on to the next it as continues along with the new things are being made.
Lets see where can I start.. My name is A.s Planez and I like to write. I’ve been writing on and off for about 10 years, mainly just in a journal that I kept to myself. Writing to me is a form of therapy that I just happen to be good at. I mainly like writing music. I make and record my own songs. You can go check out my soundcloud, just type in Astra Planez. Feel free to leave a comment feedback is greatly needed and appreciated. I believe in order to better yourself in anything you need criticism. I’m just a 25 year old woman from Southern California thats tryna make a name for herself in the world. I’m only getting older, and I believe the only time you truly lose is if you don’t try at all so I’m going to give things a shot. I made this blog because I have a whole lot to share, whether it’s about my journey in music, life, or other miscellaneous topics. I’ve never been comfortable sharing or expressing my feelings which causes me to hold back on my music, but I feel having a blog and hearing all the feedback will help, but enough about me. Im looking forward to sharing my stories and experiences with you guys. Thank you all who like, comment, and follow and I will give reads, follows, like and comments in return.
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4 thoughts on “We all Entertain materialism..”
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George Carlin – such a smart and funny guy, r.i.p. – had this great bit about how we just seem to want and buy and accumulate more and more sh*t… and then we go on vacation, leaving most of our sh*t behind, and we wind up in a hotel room with all these empty drawers and closets… so we go out and get more sh*t to fill them up!
Buddhists speak against attachment, which I suppose is at the root of materialism. I am not a Buddhist, but I believe we can learn from their teachings on this subject and try not to be too attached to things, things, things.
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