All the honesty that “rubs against the grain” and “says too much truth” is brutal, all dishonesty that can be tolerated fair “is passed.” With that intimate reflection, this article begins. The total honesty that causes a genuine revolution is perceived as a threat to those who erroneously invest in something that is established or “works.” Face him, it is human nature to want to be comfortable or in a comfort zone that works constantly. That said, I mention this reality of life: it is that rare person who does not want to feel comfortable that makes things grow genuinely, improve and work better. It cannot happen otherwise.
The fantasy is that establishments and authorities work for good and growth, right? That is really the fantasy of all the “realities of the comfort zone” that work to maintain things “the same” without growth.
I remember this episode of “Star Trek” called “La Manzana”, where the people of this planet continued to feed a creature/machine that God called “vaal” and had an eternal Eden like paradise whenever they obeyed the creature/machine without dissent or individual thinking. Well, doesn’t that show the ideal of all external authority really? “We will let it be ‘good’ for you while obeying us without questioning. It will not grow, but we will provide it. The end.”
To have a dynamic growth process, the concept of authority must be replaced by total individual contribution and autonomy. I know, that is a true brutal honesty and it is necessary (sometimes you want) when things get too stagnant. Without growth, everything descends to the genuine chaos that looks like an order on the surface. For example, look at Nazi Germany well: on the surface wears the order of “Ganso brown shirt”, but what was slowly in heat was a genuine chaos that had to lose from the top of Adolph Hitler the dictator the dictator . Where there is an internal conflict there is no winner, there is only loss, destruction and genuine chaos, whatever the appearance of order. In fact, genuine production seems chaos because everyone contributes creatively in harmony with growth, and I mean everyone. Thinking about what I am talking about, the closest to a dictator in him is that each individual taxpayer takes measures for the good of total growth, not an irrationally selfish dictator who acts for the fear of genuine growth, doing “anything.” In fact, all genuine chaos is a holocaust in that sense and every genuine order depends on individual creativity and rational action and the contribution that contributes to a productive future of life, freedom and happiness without the filter of irrational needs to keep things and others. Now, that is brutal honesty, take it or leave it.
My name is Joshua Clayton, I am an independent writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few names and aka, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective target and maker of honest actions. I also work in a center for older people in Gardena, California, such as my daily work, among other things, but mainly I am a writer.