Being a leader is difficult, at least that’s how I felt when I was the class leader in senior-high school. I was also clueless at that time about why I became class leader, but clearly, I was not comfortable being in charge of something. It’s different from not wanting to be responsible, let alone running away from it.

I just want to be mediocre.

I feel that I have participated in society by being a passive person because everyone has their role. Meaning, there are already other people who are active and willing to be in charge, so I can simply be a compliment in the society. If everyone is active and wants to lead, there will be chaos.

Unless my personal interests are “attacked”, maybe I’ll take action.

So, what can I do to make the world ideal for me and others? Participate in what I can and I believe in. For example, I don’t like waiting for people who come late, so I shouldn’t be late and make other people wait for me. Treat others the way you want to be treated.

This article is part of the 30 Day Writing Challenge. I’ll challenge myself to write whatever comes to mind.