I viewed that way!

I always think that way.... people who love the outdoors, traveling, going out lots, they are who feel caged, discomfort, they wanna get out as quickly as possible, run away from what seems constant for them, and on the other hand, people who love staying home, being at home, and enjoying the indoors, they are definitely those who don't afraid of being  alone, they feel free from anything to an extent where they reach the point changing places, or traveling doesn't matter to them. So when I am in a place where I could feel comfortable and enjoying my time, whether home, country, or an open place, I'll just stick to that place, and not moving to the other or seeking change. clearly, we can call it "comfort zone" but I don't believe  in that much though, since I am in control of what I see it right at the moment for me. I never feel caged, and trapped, this is totally freedom of choice!

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  • Oi there, 

      Here is what "prejudice" means according to Wikipedia: 

     "Prejudice, or bigotryis an affective feeling towards a person or group member based solely on that person's group membership. The word is often used to refer to preconceived, usually unfavorable, feelings towards people or a person because of their personal characteristics. 

    Prejudice can also refer to unfounded or pigeonholed beliefs[3][4] and it may include "any unreasonable attitude that is unusually resistant to rational influence"

       If prejudice is unfavourable and unfounded opinion about other people, then voicing it in public is offensive and defamatory for the person or persons it was directed at - and it has nothing to do with freedom of speech or expression, but rather ill manners, therefore, having prejudice and publicly voicing it are two different things. 

    Pigeonholing
    Pigeonholing is a process that attempts to classify disparate entities into a limited number of categories (usually, mutually exclusive ones). The t…
  • Oi, there

      Absolutely, Rayan Abdulrrhman, as a writer, you have the right to voice your personal options, but you should not intimidate or victimise those with different liking as you were kind to write - here I shall take the liberty to cite what you allowed yourself to write - "I always think that way.... people who love the outdoors, traveling, going out lots, they are who feel caged, discomfort, they wanna get out as quickly as possible, run away from what seems constant for them,"

      That is simply not true, such people want to enjoy the beauty of Gods creation and admire it, without any negative vibes involved. 

  • I am genuinely can't express my feeling to you, when I read your comments* 

  • To Resperski, Svitlana, NotAclue,

    As I passed through your comments, and Reading your thoughtful insights, I really noticed we as a human being are extremely different from each other, our thoughts, our feelings, and how we view life, and finally our experiences, So it's always great to sense these differences on our talks, I am genuinely..... As Writer I write when I feel there's something have to convey behind my contents, it would really help me to engage people, to hear their thoughts as I already shared mine,

    it's a great feeling to have your thoughts here, and welcome every single thought!

    Best Regards,

    Rayan,

  • Oi there, folks

      Rayan Abdulrrhman, why  do you harbour such a profuse need to belittle and intimidate people who are not compatible with your personal rites and manias?????

  • Hello, Rayan

    Actually I like to stay alone at home. When I feel free doing my favorite work and no one interrupts me. But most of all I love traveling. This is my "comfort zone". I feel like a fish in the ocean on the journey. Walking and observing around never make me tired. It is a great feeling to have these moments of freedom.
    Some people live in a cage all the life. They are always limited by customs, a job, commitments, opinions of others, even limited by their own thoughts. These people are tied with these restrictions very tight and they will never be free. Because some of them are used to that. It is their home.
    Thank you, dear Rayan, for sharing this intersting topic.

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