You can be oblivious in many different ways I suppose. One way, would to not know what is going on in your surroundings as you pass through your day, your daily tasks and when you are doing your best to connect with people. To me, this kind of oblivious is the more common. Do your own thing and not worry about what else is going on around you whether it pertains to you or not. You don’t care how your actions effect others and/or your environment you dwell in.

Another kind of oblivious seems more interesting to me. That would be to choose what you are oblivious to. Outside influences, negativity, odds, fear (in most cases), past outcomes you didn’t like, status quo, what other people think and how many “likes” and “subscribes” you have. We get to choose what we focus on and what is important to us. It’s a choice. It’s really that simple.

What do you want to choose to be oblivious to? Have fun with it. It’s ultimately your choice. Maybe it’s your mistakes. Your lack of education. Your height. Your SAT scores. Your failed marriage. It’s not to pretend it didn’t happen. It’s a way of putting your focus on what you intend to attract.

Learn from life and all she throws you. And stay oblivious.