The Hunger

Imagine that someone taught you that we were hungry, that you have been always hungry since your childhood, …repetitively, constantly telling you “you are hungry, you know that right?”… almost methodologically through a schizophrenic manner… pretty ritualistically…

…then this regime of (spoiled) influenced thinking and false perception is very different from actually feel hungry… isn’t it so?
Indeed if you were grew up this way… then the vision of food wouldn’t get translated by the brain as just food, nourishment, necessity… right?

…But rather & instead as something similar to: “that food is not my favorite food: I’m starving! Where is my food??”

So we all have been conditioned, not just superficially, but rather at the deepest levels, by architectures of thinking like the example above… and much far beyond it…

When we feel faith for example, or love, or compassion… then an inquiry should be imperative: are we fully aware if that sensation, that act of feeling this and that, is it really maturated freely in our brain or maybe it’s nothing but the product of what we have been told?

Think about it…