Without rhythm, there is no circulation; and without circulation, energy is only pain.
Purposeful thought requires—and provides—a lot of energy. Without rhythm and circulation—purposeful thought is only pain.
Instead of reestablishing rhythm, to restart circulation—in order to avoid pain, many people simply avoid thought.
To monetize that avoidance, plenty satanic scavengers sell anti-thought goods and services to those who have learned to reflexively hate thought.
And that collection of people we call “society” band together—and figure out ways to survive despite their personal and communal addiction to avoiding purposeful thought.
One popular tool for avoiding thought is to justify a simplistic dismissal of an issue that, if thought about, would bring only pain.
For example, there are obediently anti-science, pro-homosexuality puppets who insist that “you cannot help who you love”—even pretending that “marriage is about love,” and thus “society must accept marriage between gays” (aka between people who commit only to continuing to mimic procreation with each other’s rectum). You could ask those puppet—”Marriage is about love? Well what about the 1887 Edmunds–Tucker Act, by which the United States government outlawed the Mormon practice of polygamy, jailed the husbands and fathers, jailed any women and mothers who refused to testify against the fathers and husbands—then declared the children of polygamous relationships to be bastards, whose inheritances were to be permanently confiscated by the government?”
Imagine the pain of thought the above historical facts would cause anyone—let alone the pain it would cause to an obedient puppet whose entire sense-of-self is tied up in pretending such fantasies as “marriage is about love.” Then, setting aside the puppets, imagine the social tools learned by people in general for avoiding the stress of purposefully considering the above historical facts:
“Well why would anyone want to be polygamous anyway!?”
and, if you told them you happened to be raised Mormon:
“Oh! That’s why you’re mad about what they did to Mormons!”
then, if you told them that you left Mormonism long ago:
“Wait…so then why do you care!?”
On and on it would go. And the result would be a passive, frantic avoidance of the pain that would come by purposefully thinking about what happened to Mormons hundreds of years ago. To be clear, that story about Mormons is just an example. You could talk about, for example, one of the following facts:
(1) during World War 2, thousands United States citizens were jailed for speaking against the draft;
(2) there is precisely zero physical evidence of the “holocaust”;
(3) much-worshiped President Lyndon Johnson, away from the press, typically referred to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as “the nigger bill”;
(4) the U.S. government’s official explanation of the 9-11 event is physically impossible;
(5) first-cousin marriage is legal in California;
(6) marrying a 12-year-old was legal in New York until very recently;
(7) possession of child-porn has only really been a crime since 1990;
(8) candidate Barack Obama campaigned for president on a pledge to end the wars and torture that he eventually escalated—and once he began reneging on his anti-war and anti-torture pledges, the media trained everyone into pretending that Obama was elected to be a kind of mulatto-Jesus “racial healer”;
(9) leveraging illegal-immigrant Mexican slaves to implode U.S. citizens’ wages, thus their peace-of-mind, thus their ability to dissent meaningfully against governmental tyranny and worldwide terrorism—this is a bipartisan, cooperative constant;
(10) few people hate or love Donald Trump—most really know nearly nothing about him: they are simply addicted to parroting talking-points from the cultural clerics of their preferred half of USA’s warmongering uniparty.
Every one of those statements is an easily-verifiable fact. Yet imagine the mental tailspin to others if you mentioned any one of those things to anyone who did not want to hear about it.
But consider this: why should they care those facts? More to the point: why should they care about your pet peeve? “BECAUSE IT’S THE TRUTH!”
Ah, the “truth.” Well, the truth is that we have 24 hours in a day, 365 days in a year—and very few years in our life. And so a person could take on any one of the above-mentioned facts (or your pet peeve), make it their life’s mission to “expose” that fact to the world—and then die all the same, in a relatively very short time.
The internet and its computers seem magical, evolutionary, and transformational—but they are just accelerants: all they can do is speed up processes. And the processes they have most sped up—are the cowardice, hypocrisy, gluttony, sloth, and malevolence of modern people. These are people who reject the reality rhythm—and so they have no circulation; and by their lack of circulation, energy is only pain.
Thought creates energy; that energy is pain; so they avoid thought. And they are miserable—living a long, slow suicide that they haven’t the courage to speed up by acting on their hatred of life.
They bring this misery upon themselves—so it is well-deserved, despite that a frantic, cooperative self-deception is the #1 social tool for avoiding thought. Regardless, reality is. We cannot “break it” by our ignorance or resistance—we can only break ourselves against it.
So the next time you reflexively avoid careful, purposeful thought—remember: that avoidance is a poisonous defense-mechanism to mask the symptom of pain that comes from a rage against rhythm that kills circulation—and, by your avoidance, you are killing yourself.
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…see how that works?