Living in a bubble

Living in a bubble. Nothing in a bubble, is the way it's supposed to be.

Living in a bubble means to live in one’s own world, completely isolated from what is happening all around.

A person living in a bubble can’t see or perceive events around him as he is too engrossed in the little world he has created for himself.

We live in a bubble baby.
A bubble’s not reality.
You gotta have a look outside.
Nothing in a bubble, is the way it’s supposed to be,
And when it blows you’ll hit the ground.

Oh yeah.
The Bubble’s not reality but it’s inside your mind,
Making you forget where you’re from and what’s behind.
Isn’t it suspicious how the world is now your friend,
Getting in return 1.000 more than whatever you could ever send.

The bubble doesn’t make you but it’s you that makes the bubble,
And you better try to remember that it’s in your head.
The bubble is a very tricky thing all full of hype and it is not easy
To try to see the way things are they’ll always be.

We live in a bubble baby,
But it’s not the place to be.
Cause it’s a place of lies and hype.
Don’t believe the bubble cause it’s nothing but a dream,
And when it blows you’ll be alone.

Living in the city
Living for the go
One for the money
Two for the show.
I spend a lot of cash
And I buy a new house
Everybody just-a watch
While me drive my big car.

I have everything
And nothing is missing
Spending all my time
Hugging and Kissing.
Sleeping in the most
expensive hotels
Hanging out with the most-a
beautiful girls.

Everywhere I go people just-a follow me.
I’m famous, and I’m on every screen.
I travel around the world in my private jet.
I see my face in every magazine.
My nick-a name is VIP.
life has become everything that I see.
I got my name up in the stars.
Famous all over from here straight to mars.

 

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1 What does ‘living in a bubble’ mean? – The English We Speak

11 aug. 2020

Do you know someone who’s a bit sheltered from the problems of the world? Maybe they don’t accept new ideas, or only spend time with people who have the same way of thinking. Find out more about ‘living in a bubble’ in this The English We Speak.
 

Ruth Ipince
Answered Aug 2, 2018


The saying “living in a bubble” is similiar to that of “living under a rock.” Both sayings imply that you are separated from society. Bubbles for the most part are translucent. So, someone who lives in a bubble can see what goes on in society but is completely sheltered. However, it is very easy to pop someone’s bubble, or break the barrier that separates them from the rest of the world.

In other words, both sayings basically mean you are living in your own world.

JJ Grey
JJ Grey, Land owner, US Citizen, Gun owner, Lived poor urban + rural
Answered Jan 12, 2018


Used during political discourse it means surrounding yourself with only opinions similar to your own and unwillingness to even listen to contrary opinions or evidence. I work hard to not be in too much of a bubble when it comes to the opinions of others. I actively research as many sides to a debate as I can, and look into the sources of all claimed ‘facts’ as much as I can. Just like a conservative in rural areas can be in a bubble about climate change, so to can a liberal in urban areas be in a bubble about gun regulation.

2 Michael Sandel: Where Does Our Instinct for Philosophy Come From?

Gepubliceerd op 23 apr. 2012
Humans have a yearning to think beyond themselves.

Question: Where does our instinct for philosophy come from?
Michael Sandel: I think it comes … I think the hunger for public life of larger meanings comes from the fact that it’s not easy to create a life wholly within the terms of individual self-interest or self-seeking. Or even a life of individual … individualism plus family life. There is, I think, a desire on the part of most people — especially those of us who are fortunate to live in democratic societies — not just to cultivate our own garden and to live a comfortable family life, but also to participate in shaping the courses that govern our collective thought; and to have a say — a meaningful say — in the collective destiny. And once we’re pitched into a wider civic life … once we lift our gaze from our own private pursuits and the well-being of our families to the … to the public, or to the common good, then the values we care about … the hopes and aspirations we have for the common good will unavoidably follow. Now some political philosophies say we should keep … we should try to cabin or bracket our deepest moral and spiritual convictions … our vision of the best way to live a life. “Keep those in the private sphere” — within our families, within our churches, synagogues, mosques — and live a public life that is casting holy, secular, universalist terms. But I don’t think it’s possible. I don’t even think it’s even necessarily desirable to insist that many women who care deeply about moral and sometimes religious questions park those convictions at the side of the road before entering the public sphere. It’s not possible, in many cases, to decide public questions, public controversy, without drawing on some substantive moral conviction. But I also think there is … I think it … life.
Recorded on: 6/12/07

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A bubble is a floating ball of air.
You can also blow a bubble with gum.
If you’re in your own little bubble, you’re living in a fantasy, separated from the rest of the world by a thin layer of your imagination.

This song, along with a couple others is about living life to the fullest, which means, you should stop Arguing ridiculously and start living on the edge?

Bill Gates: Our world is far better today than it has been for most of humanity

3 Barack Obama Promotes Empathy with Oprah Winfrey: “My mother taught me empathy”

Gepubliceerd op 26 aug. 2010

 
http://CultureOfEmpathy.com The Center for Building a Culture of Empathy – A portal for empathy and compassion related resources; art, articles, definitions, conferences, experts, history, interviews, newsletter, science, videos, etc. For more on empathy visit our website. This is part of a larger documentary project by Edwin Rutsch on the nature of empathy. We hope you’ll connect and get involved in Building a Culture of Empathy. In this clip, Barack Obama talking about the importance of empathy. For the full list of speeches (over 60) where Barack Obama talks about the importance of empathy visit our website. 2006-10-18 –
 

4 An Inspiring Waitress Gets an Amazing Surprise

Gepubliceerd op 18 okt. 2013

 
Sarah’s story touched a lot of people on the internet, and Ellen had to meet her! What Ellen did next will change Sarah’s life forever.
 

5 Ellen’s Favorite Waitress Gets a Car

Gepubliceerd op 8 nov. 2013

 
She impressed us all when she bought a meal for two furloughed officers, now Ellen is back with her favorite waitress for a surprise that will change her life forever.
 

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6 Obama’s Indonesia Visit Stirs Memories for Boyhood Acquaintances

Gepubliceerd op 9 nov. 2010

 
Read the Transcript: http://to.pbs.org/a3r4aX
 
President Obama made good on an earlier promise to return to Indonesia, revisiting the country where he spent several years as a child. GlobalPost visited his old neighborhood and spoke with some of his grade-school classmates and acquaintances about the boy they remember as “Barry.”
 

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7 Obama’s Jakarta – Indonesia Visit to his Elementary School and Chats with his Friends and Teachers

Gepubliceerd op 8 nov. 2010

 
In 1967 when Barack Obama was six years old he spent four years living in Jakarta, Indonesia. In July 2008, Charles Dharapak visited his elementary school and spoke with his teacher, friends and neighbors about the presidential hopeful’s childhood.
 

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8 Barack Obama: Commencement 2006

Gepubliceerd op 12 mrt. 2009

 
Barack Obama was at UMass Boston in 2006 to give the commencement address. He is returning to the UMass Boston campus for the dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate on March 30.
 

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9 Indonesia’s Example to the World

Gepubliceerd op 9 nov. 2010

 
President Obama speaks on democracy, economic growth and America’s relationship to the Muslim world in a speech at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta. November 10, 2010.
 
Listen e.g. at minute 17
 

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10 Indonesia’s Example to the World

Gepubliceerd op 26 jul. 2015

 
 
US President Barack Obama on Sunday told Kenyans to make “tough choices” if they want to improve their lives for the better.While addressing a gathering in Nairobi, Mr Obama recalled the progress Kenya has made over the years.
 
Karen Parrish
Our president was an inspiring — even electrifying — advocate for essential human freedoms during his latest trip to the continent that birthed his father — and all of humanity. Africa’s renaissance is humanity’s renaissance. Let’s get behind it!
Listen e.g. at minute 23
 

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11 Jay Shetty !!! 7 Life Lessons Learned Only Through Travel

10 aug. 2018

I’m Jay Shetty and I’m all about making wisdom go viral. I’m an Award Winning Host & used to be a Monk. 
 
www.instagram.com/JayShetty www.jayshetty.me
 
Here are 7 life lessons that I learnt from my travels. Where are you going next?
 

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12 MONK MENTALITY – Jay Shetty – One Of The Best Speeches EVER | MOST INSPIRING!

Gepubliceerd op 16 mrt. 2018

 
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