August 30, 2013

The pain when personal beliefs are questioned

I made this up this morning for my wife to share with her facebook friends, and it also explains the dilemma that we face with waking up the fluoride heads. Our society is based on avoiding displeasure at all cost, and what I wrote above is my best answer to the question.  If anybody has another opinion or can add to what I wrote please leave a comment, maybe together we can figure this shit out.



Someboodeh said...

Cost of avoiding discomforts is always spiritual and physical decadence. One can onyl move forward in life or fall back, stagnation is not an option.

Life is always an uphill struggle. If one recognizes that fact, it can be quite rewarding.

Viper said...

Nicely put, Someboodeh.

Anonymous said...

Personally I think this applies to religion too. All the abrahamic religions imo.

Unknown said...

People don't change until it's too painful not to.

Jewish materialism gradually extinguishes the traits that made white western European societies the greatest race and creators of civilizations on this earth - idealism, spiritualism, a belief in a transcendent God, a belief in life beyond this physical existence. In other words, everything that is anathema to the jews. So being white in this jewish culture whose god is Mammon, well, it's as if your very soul is constantly under attack.

So as an attempt to survive the endless pressure, one is herded into 'going with the flow'. The jewish flow. The flow of "Do as thou wilt".

WHOOLI said...

The Great Debate: Does God Exist?