I know 2020 hasn't been easy on anyone so far. First we spent most of January waiting for World War 3 to pop off. Then in we spent all of February mourning Kobe Bryant, his 13-year old daughter Gianna Bryant and the other nine victims in the helicopter crash (I'm still not over it). After that coronavirus finally got its time to shine absolutely shutting down the entire world in March, and forced everyone to postpone whatever extravagant plans. They had planned for the next couple of months and it absolutely sucks. I mean the world is still being affected by corona as I write this right now. So how can I say that we can still make 2020 our year with everything that's going on.
In the world we live in today it isn’t that hard to feel like you’ve done nothing but wasted your time or feel like everyone around you is just leaving you behind. There are people in their early 20s and teenagers just graduating from high school convinced that they’re doing something wrong. If they haven’t accomplished certain things like finding their passion, secured some high paying job, traveled around the world, or living on their own. People young and old have forgotten that life isn’t a nascar race and you move at your own pace. I mean I admit it’s not easy to hold onto that when you have toddlers and teenagers on the internet making millions and buying their dream homes. But just because that’s not you doesn’t mean you’re a failure. So to help remind some of y’all that I have made up a list of things I haven’t accomplished by 24 yet.
So my obssession lately has been Lucifer and with the quarantine going on I’ve had nothing but time to binge watch the first and second season. I’m going to start the third season soon but there was just one topic I wanted to talk about before doing so. When Lucifer discovered that his mom escaped from Hell and was on the loose on earth. The godddess quickly became the main focus of the season but it didn’t take long for his mom to reappear. Now to be honest I expected some almighty powerful being ready to tear Lucifer apart out of revenge. Instead we got a goddess stuck in a human body whose only motive was to return home to her children. Now yes she did make mistakes along the way, and she manipulated her son. But in the end was the goddess really the villain of the season. After evaluating the first and second seasons I don’t believe that the Goddess was ever a villain of the show. I believe that just like Lucifer she was just misunderstood.