posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 07:46 AM
The lies that I always found to be interesting are the ones generated from common courtesy. Such as when you show up to work and the person asks you
how are you today, when really they could care less how you are doing. or when you are having a crappy day, yet common courtesy dictates that one
should say... I am having a great day.
Or how about the cashier that makes a pittance working for a company that is reaping the rewards for their hard work. Policy dictates they must wear a
smile on their face, and say have a nice day. It's tough wishing another well when you know you are getting screwed. This all does boil down to
How about the people that make grundles of money and tell themselves they are successful, yet powered by a me mentality; They need to screw the next
person squeezing their turnip to make an extra buck. Or the people that think they need the newest fashion to feel in the hip, and pretty like the
other plastic fantastics.
Or the soul sucking status symbol psychophants that need that iphone, Hummer, humongous credit built house of cards, or deluded dogmatic deluge to
make them feel like somebody, like they got God on their back. Or is just a monkey playing an organ grinder... And they are dancing to the tune?
Or the person that says I can't or you can't because everyone else believes it to be this way. Words... are lies or better yet fractured,condensed,
compartmentalised, side effects of spoken language. Which takes away from the moment.
However how fruitful would experience be without verbal comunication? If stasis / order / silence / balance = death... Then dynamic / chaos / words /
imbalance = life?
It is said that the world began with the word! Is that a lie. Perhaps this is circular reasoning.
[edit on 2/28/2009 by eye open doors]