One of the best ways to make sure we will never be our true authentic selves is to concern ourselves – with what people think.
At this point in human history this obsession with fitting in is the most effective tool of the control system.
Do we decide for ourselves what it means to “Be successful”?
What exactly is politically correct? If we think it’s defined in a media tag line we’ve accepted someone else’s reality. Those people, in media and elsewhere who accept the politically correct dictate, have adopted the reality of others and so on till at last we reach the source of this societal mythology thought of as, “The Norm”.
If we want to be all we might be, if we want to create a better, freer, cleaner, saner world, we’ll need to let go of our child like selves. We’ll need to grow out of childhood in the sense that we need, or want, to be governed by others.
We don’t need to be taken care of. This is a creation of the control system.
Children may benefit from the governess. The governess, care taker of the adult child, is government. Adults don’t need government. We don’t need to be taken care of.
In fact I don’t think children need governed either aside from keeping them out of traffic and the deep end of the pool.
I have every confidence that people would do fine on their own.
Who really benefits from government? The people who live of the labor of others. Government itself lives of the labor of others as do corporations, banks and the ruling classes.
We can free ourselves from the control system and start our own system. To do this we’ll need to start closer to home. We’ll need to free ourselves from the judgment and opinions of others. We’ll need to unlearn guilt. Unlearn our learned ideas about fitting in, being normal, being successful and so on.