It's beautiful but apparently, it is pollution that makes the pink color in the sunset. Ighhh. If someone can show me this isn't true, please do so. Because I can't enjoy the sunset without feeling like a terrible person. If I enjoy something that has a bad reason I always feel bad but I can't stop liking them. It applies to polluted sunsets, cool plastic bags from cool stores (should I bring a plastic bag from home to "save on the environment" or should I let myself use the cool one from the store?), Uggs (although I've seen Youtube-videos about how terrible the process of making them is I can't stop loving them, I feel bad but apparently not enough. Very pointless), H&M (Everytime I walk into an H&M store I walk out saying out loud: H&M IS THE BEST STORE EVER, I'M SO PROUD THIS IS SWEDISH. But at the same time I've seen and heard about how their making of clothes in China and Bangladesh is a disaster for the workers and environment there and in another conversation I talk about how bad it is to buy clothes from H&M. Pure hypocrisy).
(The second pic, Vaginan, is from Rodebjer at Norrmalmstorg. Trendy, fashionable, modern, cool as fakk. Even though this decorative lighting might be both an effect AND a cause of pollution I don't feel bad liking it because of that reason. The only thing that stings is that I think it looks nice and cool because the makers wanted me to think just that. I feel trapped. What is the psychology behind that I think this is cool? The fact that I think these commercial things are cool makes me feel a little sick sometimes, because it's like someone else put their taste on me)
Either I have to let go of all the bad conscience and stop thinking. Then it would be easier to enjoy all these things. Or I stop using them, stop enjoying them at all. But nah, I'm weak and not ready for that. So maybe the only alternative is to keep enjoying them but be aware and not over-enjoy them. Or I don't know. Give me advice.