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Diary of someone who knows how to become a perfect persona non-grata

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posted on Mar, 18 2016 @ 06:49 AM
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Dear Diary,

I think I made it. I became a perfect persona non-grata. I p!ssed off everybody, who holds on to certain belief-systems that are un-reasonable and spiritually unhealthy but claim to be otherwise. I p!ssed them off by questioning them too persistently. Now nobody wants to talk to me anymore. Well...as long as some still buy my jewelry, I think I've done what I came for.

Today is friday. Friday is a good day for drinking lots of wine. And I'm not questioning the supermarket-cashers who sell all the goods I need to sustain my particular kind of "work". They appreciate me and I appreciate them. Silently we respect each other and that's a form of love we engage in on a daily basis.

Yesterday I met a nice and friendy lawyer, who works at a public place where un-wealthy people can get legal advice for free. I very much appreciate his work also. I'll have a drink or two thinking about him later on.

Sometimes I sleep 12 hour or more in a row. That's because my kind of "work" is exhausting on a mental level.

Maybe I should write an essay on how to become a perfect persona non-grata. In case somebody likes to go down that road. But I would not strongly recommend it. It's nothing one should do unless one is really, really some kind of upsetter by nature.


Good night.


edit on 18-3-2016 by Willingly because: I don't understand why legal professionals have such bad reputation. Maybe somebody should do something about it..

edit on 18-3-2016 by Willingly because: I think Dionysos' gifts are highly under-estimated nowerdays...I wonder why...




posted on Mar, 18 2016 @ 07:04 AM
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a reply to: Willingly




I think I made it. I became a perfect persona non-grata. I p!ssed off everybody, who holds on to certain belief-systems that are un-reasonable and spiritually unhealthy but claim to be otherwise. I p!ssed them off by questioning them too persistently.



By whose standards are they unreasonable? By whose are they spiritually unhealthy? Your own? They are probably pissed and don't want to be around someone who constantly judges them. How about I said I didn't want to be around you because, to me, your standards are unreasonable? That you are spiritually naive?
I would suspect being spiritually healthy means not judging others and demeaning them by thinking they are "less" for not living up to what you think is right.



posted on Mar, 18 2016 @ 07:30 AM
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By whose standards are they unreasonable?


Does humanity still engages in wars that are religiously motivated? Yes!




By whose are they spiritually unhealthy?


By dealing in certain god-concepts.




They are probably pissed and don't want to be around someone who constantly judges them.


The ones who judge get judged themselfs.




How about I said I didn't want to be around you because, to me, your standards are unreasonable?


Lets define what is reasonable compared to what is un-reasonable. Please go ahead or ask ME to do that for you.




I would suspect being spiritually healthy means not judging others and demeaning them by thinking they are "less" for not living up to what you think is right.


No, being spiritually healthy means to know for sure what is un-healthy and why that is the case. Not judging what needs to be judged is one of the lies some kind of religion deals in. Guess what religion that is. "Do not judge"...pfffttt...guess who or what does not want to be judged.

Keep it comming!


edit on 18-3-2016 by Willingly because: typooooooooo...

edit on 18-3-2016 by Willingly because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 18 2016 @ 08:22 AM
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I think I made it. I became a perfect persona non-grata. I p!ssed off everybody, who holds on to certain belief-systems that are un-reasonable and spiritually unhealthy but claim to be otherwise. I p!ssed them off by questioning them too persistently. Now nobody wants to talk to me anymore.

Boo hoo on them.


Always question authority. I like that in a person. Good for you.



posted on Mar, 18 2016 @ 10:37 AM
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Boo hoo on them.


Yeah, dude...I'm such a kant.



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