Saturday, June 10, 2017

Fig tree

Miscellaneous thoughts:

The thing is, as I know myself,  if I wait too long and think and edit too much this will never see "the AIR" so here it goes as Vonnegut says it's now or never 


deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy.

[rep-ri-hen-suh-buh l]

the new #Inconceivable well for this week anyway
this too shall pass

One thing the internet/social media is very good at is certainly to 

REPREHENSE! Go Ahead World “Reprehense” Away!

Our computer desk chair has now become a THRONE!

Now now now if I could get out of this game myself it would be good.

I judge and blame and condemn like if there was no tomorrow.

Live every day as if it was my last day?

Would I be so busy blaming?

“Il n'y a pas de coupables, pas de honte” ~  Andre Fortin

Bing: There are no culprits, no shame
Google: There are no guilty, no shame

As Homo sapiens, no matter what our level of intelligence is, we seem to be good at playing the moralistic judges. 

Morality being entirely man made this game has as many rules as there are people.
What is the wise solution and the wise approach? Or at least the less stressful one.
Given that once we are dead and buried, once our sacred consciousness is gone, there ARE no Guilt and no Shame no Honour or Dishonour, no Good or Bad, no moral or immoral.

Distancing oneself without falling into a superiority complex might be errrr complex.

I don’t like the zen new age Buddhist approach that says everyone is struggling and fighting their own fight.  Some people really seem to enjoy utter stupid evil for the sake of utter stupid evil.  No need of a “purge” to see that some people do not have a golden rule compass or a negative golden rule compass they simply do not give a fuck they live the law of the jungle at its fullest.

One of the biggest problem I think is our bigger and bigger exposure to more stupidity.  Like Will Smith said, when I was 14 I said a lot of stupid things but they were not all recorded for eternity for the world to see.

Small town with its ostracising rules and its kangaroo courts becomes complicated.

I don’t think the human psyche is meant or build for this maximum exposure.

We are by nature apes with a Dunbar number of 150. 

So when we are exposed to 1000 social media friends plus billions of facts and people we would have no clue of a couple of centuries ago well we create celebrity magazines instead of mythological gods and their tall stories.

Obviously social media SHAPE our thinking and definitely NOT for the best.
Hermit Isolation on top of a mountain here seems more and more attractive but I wonder how the Wi-Fi reception would be up there now? :P

Some people are depressed by the fake happy lives people seem to live, the lies on Facebook and slanted views of one’s life. 

(Happy people have no history) 

I myself get more depressed by the utter amount of total stupidity out there.
Most comments are mind-blowing: the ignorance the abrasive ignorance the arrogance the self-righteousness all amount to this meme where many want to leave this planet fast. 

Well at 61, I can only rejoice that my wish will be granted faster than for younger others.
In all wisdom I should welcome I hope the great nothingness, le néant, like I welcome a good night of sleep (preferably without nightmares and a few sweet dreams would not be spat on)
I wasn’t worried before 1955 I shouldn’t be worried about the years after the dash.

The dash that we call consciousness is thank fuck very temporary, this too shall pass.
1955 - 20??

But while I am in this dash I can’t help but observe and think, after all that’s all consciousness is all about innit?

The dash so many poets talked about.

Quick joke from dash to windshield now:
What is the last thing that went through the fly’s head as it hit the windshield at 100 miles and hour?
Its ass! :P

So back to my muttons (wilful French error)

how does one live his dash nowadays? 

How does one remain calm and normal in a fear instilling greedy and ignorant world?
The fear instilling and the greed are very closely related don’t be fooled.

Fear Sells and We are ALL Buying.

Most of the fear instilling also is greatly based on lies and the opposite of Alethia

Alethia meaning without concealment or truth to some.

Concealment galore has always been our story in fact people who reveal concealment are considered traitors and hung and quartered for treason.  Treason to what? Certainly not to the truth.

News are brain washing TV is brain washing and Social Media are brain washing so how does one keep his brain “dirty” these days? 

Unmitigated and unadulterated and unaltered? 

Impossible one might say since our brain is shaped and formed and deformed and reformed from day one.  

Filled with genetic and geographical data and school data and yottabytes of information more or less correct.  

Politics and religion after all are all feed some would call them POISONS.

Meditating under a fig tree for 3 billion cycles will not help.

There is a little bit of “truth” in every religion.
There are bound to. 
You need some truth to sell a lie.

And I do like some age-old principles like the Sermon on the Mount (let not your left hand know what your right hand is doing) and the idea of the 3 buddhist poisons
but most of the problem is that those who sell you this idea just want to replace the poisons by their own poisons.

I am not keen on imposed sobriety or imposed celibacy for example and on control and power by another failed human being who is only too keen on power and control and only has the power and control that you give him.  And sleep deprivation now is just not right and too often a mean of control as well, as is food deprivation too.

In the context of Good Knowledge now 
The only sciences worth studying to me would be pure sciences, things PROVABLE over and over. Too many things called science today are no science at all and leave one with way too much speculation and extrapolations worth of a science FICTION book.

So maybe one day it will be edited in a more coherent jam 

but not today

what do we say to death?  


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