childhood

Scooby doo taught us monsters are really humans

As a kid, I loved the cartoon show Scooby-Doo. I was always in to mysteries. And, still am. I could easily sit down watch Scooby-Doo on a lazy Sunday afternoon. I also find myself often quoting the show from “jinkies” to “if it weren’t for those meddling kids…” Some people get it, others don’t. For those who get it, we have a good laugh and snicker.

What I also liked about the cartoon is that it taught you an ugly life lesson pretty early in life. They were always chasing a supposed ghost or monster. Howeve, inevitably, the monster always turned out to be a human. Often, a misguided, greedy human. The same can be said about real life.

The monsters that appear in your life are just humans. Misguided, deceitful, perhaps undeveloped humans. They shouldn’t be attributed any more power than that.

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  1. SMiLes Dear Miriam So True
    It Doesn’t Even Take ‘Scooby Doo’
    To Prove How Humans Create Monstrosities

    So Far Beyond What Even Fiction Will Bring

    True When Even the News

    Becomes A Three
    Ring Circus

    of ‘Bates
    Motels’ Released
    From Night in Broad DayLiGHT

    And Sadly in This Version of Scooby Doo

    Nary A Skeptic to the Lies That Bring Forth

    So Many
    THorns
    Suffocating
    FLoWeRS to
    RiSE As RoSE For Real…

    Fortunately THeRE Are Also
    Many Ways to Change ‘The Channel’
    As Long As ‘This Peace’ Lasts Long Enough

    to Scooby
    F iN Doo It too..:)

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