Be practical.

So what if you know what your ideals are? If you know something is wrong, then go out there and fix it. What else is there to do?

Otherwise, you are just pontificating in isolation. You must use your knowledge, your decisions, and your skills on the real world.

Learning for the sake of learning is fine. But that is no way to spend the entirety of your life. Surely there must be room for actual productive pursuits. If

People who shout out about what is wrong with the world are either virtue signallers or shallow thinkers. You know people who meaninglessly post empty words on social media. Sure, awareness is useful, but that is not what is really going on. Or even worse, such people might not even know what they are talking about. They just recite talking points taken from the television, based on beliefs they don’t even know exist.

So work on effecting change if you’ve already decided what is good to have. It also seems more rewarding than sitting idle. To excuse yourself as too insignificant is a weak and lame excuse against taking action.

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