A quick chat about Reality Check

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2 thoughts on “A quick chat about Reality Check

  1. Raf says:

    I don’t know, maybe it is the age of awakening or something else, the conclusions you make are so similar to my own that I am sure I will find my own thoughts in your book, probably I already know what to expect. I regret I can’t shape thoughts into words as nicely as you can. I can’t wait for it to read.
    Let me share one thought with you, maybe it is already a part of the book.
    Don’t you think people are busy ? Too busy to delve into matters like you do. By the way how do you find time ?
    They are busy because of the life itself, keeping them on the surface. Like in the Maslov pyramid, one can’t get higher until the lower needs are fulfilled. So by keeping some kind of worry in the society one can keep it from starting to thing about what is really happening. Who would have time. I for example can’t talk about what bothers me with anybody around me, namely exactly what you talk about. People don’t care, dont want to care, and I don’t know why. Maybe subconsciously programmed?

  2. Darryl Sloan says:

    Hi, Raf.

    Thanks for much for the encouragement.

    “Let me share one thought with you, maybe it is already a part of the book. Don’t you think people are busy ? Too busy to delve into matters like you do.”

    Yes! In fact, this is part of the theme of the final chapter “A Life Worth Living”. We’re enslaved to a system that fills our live with so much admin, materialism, debt, the perpetual slavery of the 5-day working week, constant living for the future.

    “By the way how do you find time ?”

    No wife, no kids, no car, and a stress-free job that I like a lot. In other words, a life which is as free from admin hassles as I can make it. It sounds lonely, but it isn’t. All depends on your outlook. Lots of time to think and write.

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