Episode 211: Living for the Future or living for the moment ? Week 54 of flattening the curve...
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We are all brain-washed from an early age into thinking that sacrifice now allows you to scale the peaks of enlightened contentment at some point in the distant future. And it is this sense of virtuosity that keeps on driving us through stress and loneliness robbing us of any sense of self awareness with the result that our idealised destination always stays a tantalising figment of one's imagination as we slowly become more bitter and twisted and consumed by anger and self pity. The immediate response of the masses is instant gratification without any thought about the future which is equally if not more destructive as it usually means future generations will pay the price of those short lived pleasures. The key is to stay in control of one's vices so one can enjoy them without being controlled by them. Nothing we do should make us miserable and if uncompromising effort is ever required then it needs to come out of choice within a clear plan towards enjoyment within the foreseeable future. This explains the finding that people who live a life of vice have less regrets at the end of their lives than those who live a life of virtue. Take note therefore during this illusionary pandemic where the goals posts have been moved constantly further away. Where there is no clear logic there is no clear endpoint. We are being groomed for misery. Recent documentaries about Green Energy and the scandal of world over-fishing are stark warnings that we are already over capacity and about the finish reserves of food and water we cannot replace but coercing us through fear and lies into misery is not the answer.
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