Perhaps inspired by my last blog post, with how Youtube videos that actually explain useful information get demonetized ----- I have an observation to make about my life now.
As a child ---- My sister devalued me. No need for descriptions.
As a teen ---- my classmates devalued me. Again, no need for description.
As a young adult ---- the church devalued me.
As a working adult ----- society as a whole devalued me.
I think I'm noticing a pattern here.
There has pretty much been one force in my life that ever really gave me value::::
THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA.
In the education system, the Province of Alberta gave me value.
As an adult, the Province of Alberta gave me disability value.
The pattern continues, however::::
At a national level, the provinces of BC and Quebec kind of try to devalue Alberta.
So::: I'm just noticing a life-long pattern here where people just never seem to think much of me. And it started in early childhood.
Where this extends from the last blog post is with these thoughts:::::
1) I was one of the top students in school for a very long time, I was one of the best.
2) I've written 3 books and 8 video games, all of which I tried to sell at basement bargain prices.
3) People wouldn't pay even the smallest price for anything I did.
If I was one of the best, and yet I'm not even worth 99cents at that high level --------
What does that then say about everyone else in society, essentially, people who are below my level?
I mean, if I couldn't make any money at basement bargain prices having been one of the best there was ------
Maybe that explains why so many youtube videos get demonetized --- regardless of how useful their information might be.
Just a thought.
If I'm pretty high quality yet I'm not worth even 99cents ---- then everyone below my level would be valued accordingly.
So yeah::::: something is just really messed up somewhere.