Q:Unnecessary information sticks to my mind like glue but all of a sudden I'm having big issues learning what I'm supposed to be learning. I read a paragraph several times but they're just a clusterfuck of words, how can I improve my way of learning?
Education is to familiarize oneself with the cosmic body, a magnifying glass above certain processes within the universe/ourselves, and what these components of cause and effect mean to our personal well being. The knowledge we accumulate grants us the security of anticipation, and ability to manipulate components of the universe to promote optimal survival.
The only method of receiving an authentic education is through your own direct experience and experimentation with yourself, your environment, and those a part of it, rather than reading about somebody else’s. All books and articles are secondary information, and can only be truly comprehended via having experienced such phenomena personally.
Begin writing down observations and establishing connections, maintain loyalty to sensation, rather than faith in authority figures and institutions, until the perceived chaos unfolds into the empowering awareness of certain fundamental components of existence.
Having a low opinion of yourself is not modesty. It’s self-destruction.
Countries with a high percentage of nonbelievers are among the freest, most stable, best-educated, and healthiest nations on earth. When nations are ranked according to a human-development index, which measures such factors as life expectancy, literacy rates, and educational attainment, the five highest-ranked countries — Norway, Sweden, Australia, Canada, and the Netherlands — all have high degrees of non-belief. Of the fifty countries at the bottom of the index, all are intensely religious. The nations with the highest homicide rates tend to be more religious; those with the greatest levels of gender equality are the least religious. These associations say nothing about whether atheism leads to positive social indicators or the other way around. But the idea that atheists are somehow less moral, honest, or trustworthy have been disproven by study after study.
Q:Are you single?
Yes, and although I do innately crave intimacy, I cannot guarantee a typical “relationship” to anyone interested, so bear that in mind. Aside from the various projects I’m juggling right now, I’m simply exhausted with the futility of social constructs, being enslaved to the self deception of assumed security that these labels propagate.
I prefer to find sanctuary in my will to cultivate and sustain desirable circumstances, to maintain a lifestyle of empowerment that demands passionate, honest desire from others, rather than romanticized, insecurity based routines of co-dependency that most relationships degenerate into.