So I find it intresting that autistic people naturally recognize other autistic people. Something about the brain sees itself in another person and guards are easily lowered and anxiety calmed. What if there’s something to take from this.

What if things like racial biased and racism stem from this. They do studies that show white people are more compassionate to other white people more so then blacks or people of other skin tones. Maybe though its not about racism at all and its more about the brain recognizing someone like themselves and are more willing to help.

I’m not saying that racism isn’t a thing. It most definitely breeds allot of hate and hate causes fear and separation. I’m just saying that maybe its not what we think it is. That maybe we are fighting the wrong kind of battles.

Honestly I believe this applies to allot of things. Even the whole gay movement. Not that being gay isn’t a thing it surly is. Biological abnormalities happen. I’m just saying that maybe once you have been hurt or traumatized maybe the only people you can feel love from are people like you because the walls we make become so high.

If history has shown us anything the more we fight for a better world the more we repeat cycles and cause more destruction. Maybe the key to it all is to stop trying to make the world a better place and just be better people. Then let the world naturally alter itself through the generations of our kids.

What is autism and where does it come from? I don’t pretend to be an expert or to know more then anybody else so this is just a theory. I like to pay attention and honestly its hard for me to stay focused enough on something for very long so I tend to do my best to use everything I do learn and apply it to everything else I know. One thing I know is apparently autism has been noticeable throughout history. I think that most if not all the major changes in this world are brought on by autistic individuals. I say that because if you look back through history at some of our most historic and remembered individuals most people would agree that they show autistic traits and where more than likely autistic themselves.

So how does this help? Simple we already know that history repeats itself over and over. So, what if that’s what’s happening once again. People agree that theirs more autistic people now more then ever. Of course, people may just be noticing it but that doesn’t really matter. What matters is why it happens in the first place. Did you know that someone with asperges would pass a test identifying them as narcissistic? The only real difference is an autistic person wants to care but isn’t really aware of how to care. Someone that is narcissistic doesn’t care they are only worried about themselves and keeping their supply full.

This is why I purpose a more simplistic look at things. Everyone also knows anxiety has become more and more prevalent over the years. When you look at history you will see a pattern with overt anxiety being passed on through generations which leads to revolutions. What if these two occurrences go hand and hand. What if the very core of someone with autism stems from parents having severe cases of anxiety. I mean autism at its core is misfires in the cerebellum I do believe. This is what causes there wiring to be all messed up. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that narcissistic people end up giving birth to autistic kids so often. A narcissistic person lives in an illusion with a belief that is untrue which in itself is the core of anxiety.

So maybe just maybe the cause of autism is that simple. Its nothing but severe anxiety that causes a baby when born and develop a brain that is mismatched to its bodily signals. If this is the case it means that autistic kids are completely normal and the fact that we treat them as not normal is what drives their lifelong battles with anxiety. I mean if you live with someone treating you like you different but inside you have a core belief that you not any different then anyone one else its going to cause problems. Maybe instead of the parents thinking they failed as a parent they should be treating the kid as any other kid and allowing them to grow on their own. Being there for them and sucking it up when things are hard for their kid. Because if you really think h it is life easy for anyone. If no one was there to tell you, you had a hard life would you think of it as anything other than life?