Sunday, June 15, 2008

Why should I waste my life running after money?

Someone famous said that only a fool would spend the majority of his life earning it. We are all fools who spend the majority of our lifetime earning it.

Sure, not all of us. But look closely, 'cause, honestly, I haven't seen anyone who is not willing to live like a pig swimming in sewage if it would bring in money.

All said and done, even those who can choose to be wise and not spend life's time earning it but enjoying it - still don't.

Oh the adrenaline rush, the feeling of usefulness, my contribution to society....blah, blah, blah. Greed - that five-letter word.


The only useful contribution to society, ever, is the perfect world theory. Everyhing else is dispensable. Useless. Only brings in a need for more contributions! Ha!

The perfect world theory, on the other ---beep--- hand, ends the need for further contributions. Except of course, the infinite extension of human life. I will bow down to that, and its author. To none else. But only as my second - my idea still will be the greatest ever.

I know I sound ostentatious jibbery-joo. But I have a right to be. A well-earned right, DAMN YOU !

Monday, June 2, 2008

World food crisis

It seems progress has reached its zenith. It seems we are on the way down now. Rising oil prices, food prices. A catastrophe that could eliminate humanity seems on the horizon.

Serves us right. We don't listen to nice soft people who politely say what must be done. We listen to the huge, rude, rich and loud-mouthed ones. We make them our bosses and superiors. We even worship them. We ignore the weak, we listen to the strong. We trample the weak.

And if we ever chose to do something for the weak, we consider ourselves great and honorable.

And now the end is near. I don't know how the world economy works. But I know this. If there was no money, there would be no economy. Nothing that has power over our lives anymore.

I also know that if all the money you needed for a lifetime was locked away, rising prices couldn't affect you. Sure, rising prices = less money. But population control effectively inhibits price increase too, so there would be no inflation to begin with. Money would be in plenty and would hold no power over our lives.

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Sunday, June 1, 2008

We are an extension of nature

We are just an extension of nature. If nature is chaos, so are we.

If nature is ruthless, so are we.
If nature is beautiful, so are we.
If nature is considerate, so are we.
If nature is unpredictable, so are we.

Now I understand why the world is so superficial. Nature is superficial. If you have it, you survive. If you don't, you die. People treated this way in life treat others the same.

Again the perfect world theory makes sense. If nature is circumvented and a more peaceable, albeit artificial, environment is created for everyone, then the same would be reflected in people.

This is a huge, huge truth. We are a tiny extension of nature. Our environments change, we change. There is no freedom of choice.

Of course, the change may not be immediate in fully-moulded individuals, but that should be obvious to anyone with the least bit of common sense, missing which they shouldn't be reading this in the first place.

The whole world seems suddenly extremely hostile

The whole world seems suddenly extremely hostile. I feel I will be mistreated wherever I go. No, that was a mild term, "mistreated." I can't think of the word strong enough to describe my plight. The way that others treat me.

Why am I writing here? There is no one with kindness or goodness who would care. The world was hostile all this while. It only took me some time to realize how bad it was. Or maybe I knew and forgot for a while.

I am not rude. I am not inconsiderate. To anyone.

What is goodness and kindness? Does anyone know?

I don't think so.