Updated: Jun 16, 2021
Before I type out my thoughts I would like to say that I am once again only 21 at the time of writing this and do not know all the answers to life. If you think that what I have stated in the following paragraph is incorrect, feel free to reach out to me and I will gladly make corrections to what I have written. If not then the least I will do is write a section that represents someone else's point on the manner and have the reader decide what is best for them.
The reason I am writing this is that I was watching one of WhislinDiesel's on youtube and decided to venture into the comments. What the majority of the comments mentioned was that he was a trust fund baby even though he has constantly mentioned that he worked in construction for $15 an hour. The reason why they ignore that fact is that they are the type of people who want everyone to stay and be in a similar situation to them. This was perfectly highlighted by another YouTuber I watch, Dj Ghost. If they were to instead keep their emotions out of it, they would be able to understand that he is able to afford what he buys by making Youtube videos. He is then able to use that money to buy and then destroy the trucks in order to have a tax write off which then allows him to provide content for his channel. However, these people will always say, why does he not give it away to someone who may need it, but these are the same people that will not give a homeless person on the street a dollar. What they are doing is placing their problems on someone else, because they do not have something they believe that other people should not have either. The truth in life is that it is not someone else's problem to help you get out of the situation that you are in, out of the 7 billion or something people that are in the world, what makes someone believe that they are in such a dire or special situation that makes them believe that they deserve a handout. Yes, I do understand that some people are just raised in situations that prevent them from succeeding, but please be realistic with yourself; you can not just wait for something magical to happen. I always found myself in a similar situation in high school, when someone would see me all they would state is that I did not have to study and was just naturally smart. What they failed to ask me was, how much do you study? Because they could not pass a test or understand a topic they would just project their failure onto me. They were not there when I got held back for not knowing English when I was in first grade or kindergarten, I cannot remember which one specifically; they were not there when I would leave my pre-calculus class not understanding anything that was taught in class having to understand it while doing the homework; they were not there when I was taking numerous 3 hour SAT practice tests. What they were there for was the results, what they were there was to judge how little work I had to do to get my result. The conclusion that I want you to take away from this is that people are going to have something negative to say about you regardless of what your intentions are. For the majority of my life, I have always tried to make everyone happy: I was the type of kid that would give you the homework if you needed it, I would give you money without asking for it back and I would be nice to you regardless of what other people said about you. My mindset changed towards the end of my senior year of high school when I realized that the majority of people that I would consider my friends were talking trash behind my back. Therefore, just be yourself regardless of what other people may say about you because it is better to have a few true friends than a multitude of fake ones.