#AtoZChallenge – U is for Unwanted

uloved-unwantedI really struggled coming up with another U for this year’s Red Slaves theme… then I thought about all the things Anne does not want. Prime among them was the relationship and transformation she ended up with–but there was a deeper meaning to the unwanted theme, too.

And… I won’t share it for its spoiler-tude.

😀

In the meantime, I found a vendor selling this t-shirt, and am left shaking my head. A few comments on the product page pointed it toward a Downton Abbey meme, though I haven’t watched the show, and a small bit of digging didn’t reveal anything to the point. So I’m wondering if this is just an extreme example of irony… because I feel like I’m missing the joke.

As a society we have such a hard time appreciating our true value as individuals, and already have such poisonous soundtracks running through our brains regarding our stupidity, lack of beauty, and other perceived deficiencies, it’s difficult to see how adding a real label of this kind would help us move toward inner loving-kindness. What do you think?

One Response to “#AtoZChallenge – U is for Unwanted”

  1. peterhobbs1 says:

    Gotta agree with you on the U, labels don’t do anything to help us deal with things, they are used mostly to justify things, or catagorize them so we don’t have to deal with them. Great post

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