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Sometimes it is more useful to turn the hyperbolic language in on oneself. Everyone is horrible, and when one admits to themselves that they are horrible life becomes more honest, and adaptation becomes a much easier process. There seems to … Continue reading
Outer pessimism and cynicism (though not vindictiveness) are fine, as long as one maintains inner optimism and critical thinking. Not all optimistic views are compatible or need to be shared.
It is best to take life in a slow, contemplative, wary manner. This is best achieved by living life in a perpetual hang over.
Adulthood is a vague lie at best, social contracts and conventions are restraining illusions. Never let the dream die.
The point of understanding all of the cultural illusions and constructs is not to ultimately favor some kind of base instinct, but rather to appreciate the possible social evolution that humanity is capable of.
While there are virtues that appear to be timeless, values of the old guard should not automatically be assumed as correct simply because they have existed for an amount of time more than those that have popped up to challenge … Continue reading
At what point should one worry that one has bought wholesale into their self created illusions. That some attempt conscious rebellion has become a dogma that is worn only for itself and purely out of familiarity. Something akin to a … Continue reading
Wrote this a bit ago, but never really got around to posting it. So why not now that it’s in the middle? [Halloween] [Thanksgiving] [Christmas] [New Years] While I do enjoy time that I am not forced to put my … Continue reading