Democracy: The Cornerstone of modern society. Many cling to this idea as if it's the only thing can save humanity from itself. Yet as the world develops and Democracy is spread, how does this mentality effect the overall population? While I'm hardly a Psychlogist by trade, I do have the fortune to work in one of humanity's earliest culture driving professions: Hospitality.
Every day I spend making coffee and bringing food for every day folks in a small town. These are honest, hard working people who are doing their best for the people around them. Their hearts genuinely believe in the things they do day to day, even if some of those things are acted in ignorance. Yet there's something I can't shake about how they behave on day to day things that just irks me.
I've spent years trying to find why I always feel so angry and frustrated when dealing with people. There's a reason I stay in a job that makes me feel like I want to rip my hair out every day. Part of my observations have been seeing exactly how the concept of voting has changed over the years- and how those overall ideas have effected our culture.
Democracy and entitlement have created a strange sub-section of psychology within people that leads them to believe so fervently in their ideals that they're willing to pass laws to ensure those ideals are enacted. There doesn't seem anything particularly wrong on the surface to this idea. Follow me down this rabbit hole and hopefully I can help you understand.Read More