“You’re life is almost over already. It could be over any time. We think it’s all so limitless. It’s not limitless. Your life is not infinite. Your life is for living. And it’s for living exactly the way you want to live it. Get the things that you want. Get them. I’m not saying be ruthlessly selfish. But don’t be disappointed. The world is full of disappointed people. And those people are the ones who ruin it for everyone. They’re the liars, the killers, the conmen, the bosses who screw you over, the cynical people, the people who are broken down by the world. They’re the ones who are afraid of you. If you are a lucky one, a free one, your responsibility to the rest of the world is to live in the best possible way that you can. For the rest of them that can’t. Don’t be disappointed. We have enough of those.”
There is this fallacy we have that people get better at life the older they get. When we are children we know a lie when we hear it. Then we get older. We’re constantly around liars. People that lie about what makes them happy. Lie about what they want. About how they feel. Who they are. Who they love. When we’re children we can see these people. We stay away from them.
Then you get older and you become one. You try not to. But you become so compromised and corrupted that you don’t know who you are anymore. You become what the world tells you a person should be. You’re around other people like that all day and those people need you to be like them so that they feel safe, feel normal. Everyone’s corrupt. Everyone’s out for themselves. You’re on a level playing field of dishonesty.
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