posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 02:27 AM
reply to post by die_another_day
I think your title meant to say "IS life filled majorly with..."
Of course you will find people all over the scale. And a sudden unexpected tragedy, like 911, can knock a whole population down the scale, which is
really not a good thing. Some "snap out of it" after a while, and some don't.
But your post is in "Skunk Works" not psychology, so why don't we look at this from another angle: Where on the scale do the powers that be that do
not have your best interests in mind want
you to be?
If you look at it from that perspective, then you see why the papers seem to work so hard to cover stories of death and destruction, and give a back
seat to stories of life and creation. You see why so much money is invested in weapons of war, in medical technologies to fix people after they are
already sick instead of keeping them healthy, and in drugs that poison the body, rot the mind, and destroy moral judgment.
The fact is that there are people who do know how to stay happy (at least most of the time). There are methods for helping people to get over
emotionally crippling experiences. There are ways to help other people that need help, including your closest friends and people you rely on. But the
powers that be don't want you to know about those things. Their interest in keeping people feeling sad and hopeless goes beyond the opportunities
such people provide to make a quick profit or acquire a few more slaves or criminal operatives. Their interest in keeping people down is caused by a
So just don't buy it. There is no reason we have to let the insane rule our lives. Anyone who really wants to can still seek and find real solutions
to this situation on the internet or in many libraries. And when you find them, let others know they exist.
The body must die as a part of the natural cycle of life. But the spirit doesn't have to. So just disagree with their agenda.