Behavior and Habit
4 responses to “Behavior and Habit”
It’s wonderful that you are blessed with being able to create your own habits, Vox. Many people have such lives that their control is extremely limited. The cheap entertainment (TV) that they can attain is rife with subliminal messages and dreams. Add a beer or two to a bone tired person just getting off a hard days work who sit down in front of a TV to watch the news which is purported to be truth, and that person is an easy target. The kids are allowed to watch whatever because everyone is too tired to care as long as they are safe and quiet. Life becomes a habit rather than a life and the person is too downtrodden to do a thing about it, that he can discern. You come off as an elite that has never had to do what you didn’t want to do. Maybe you’re not, but your argument that all should be able to see things your way gives that impression. Sometimes the effort to resist is just too much. Sometimes the person is either uneducated or not intelligent enough to understand. You are blessed. Try to understand the less fortunate and only then can you be able to initiate action that might be able to influence the unaware. I too abhor commercials, and most authority. I won’t be controlled, but I now choose my battles wisely. Pointing out ignorance by virtual signaling is counterproductive. The evil ones have control and they don’t have our best interests in mind. You seem to be unable to accept that their habits are entirely selfish. They are smart and they use all means to control us.
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