You deserve to be happy

Never believe what you are told. If a group of people has decided at one point to consider reality in a certain way, it doesn´t mean that their comprehension is right.

We cannot know ourselves properly, bloom and thrive because certain idiots – called philosophers and scientists – have moulded present reality in a certain way to suit them.

You spend most of your life in fear, conforming to patterns and ideas which were invented to control, manipulate  and demean you. You live in conformity because you are afraid. You give your life to the system, and the system deprives you totally of your dignity and worth.

Do you want to continue be a non entity holding on to fear…? Is this present emptiness something you are proud of?… Is this constant angst and despondency life…? Who are you giving your life to…?

Nobody but you knows WHO YOU ARE, and your happiness is your most precious secret. So forget what you´ve been told, trust but your well-being and find out your secret – your Joy!

You are worth, you deserve to be happy!

About julienmatei
I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting... to be observed, talked about, and embraced. These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity... Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only "the official" truth - but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD - being dead, it has nothing to give... We can continue pretending Death is fascinating or... we can take the trouble to LIVE... THE NEW has no definition yet... Again, IT requires another "perception", the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts, it is about participation... finding new solutions, inspiration, togetherness.

10 Responses to You deserve to be happy

  1. boomiebol says:

    This is some good well written stuff. Thanks for sharing

    • boomiebol says:

      You should add links like twitter and facebook, so we can share them :). I was going to share this on twitter…will copy the link to share, if that’s ok. Thanks!

      • julienmatei says:

        Of course it´s ok.
        I´ve never never quite understood what twiter is about.
        You may want to enlighten me 🙂

  2. goldennuggetde says:


    you often asked “am I the only one who sees this?” You meant that all the people around you don’t live their lives. Instead they flee into culture, past and future thoughts, science, knowledge and similar. Thus they are endlessly conditioned …. without the possibility of real joy or happiness.

    Yesterday, I had an extremely interesting discussion with two close friends of mine. One of them is a retired teacher, the other one is the head of quite a bunch of clerks. They are brothers to each other. I told them what I think about tradition and culture. That it is bullshit. They could hardly understand what I was talking about. Instead they claimed how beautiful and comparably wealthy and safe our life is here in middle Europe. I asked them to remember when they were little kids. They grew up on a tiny farm. There was always a lack of money. But they were really living back then. They had everything they needed, they never went hungry. Their lives were way less complicated. Complicated compared to our lives now. Our thoughts are always far away from the NOW. We are anxious about the future as well as living the complicated life as we do.

    It’ll take some more evenings with talking until they will see what I see. So, Julien, You’re not quite alone 🙂


    • julienmatei says:

      Thank you for your thought Richard. It is reassuring.

      You are so right, it is an awkward business to speak about another approach as many times encountering people, they look to me as if I spoke Chinese.

      It is like describing colours to a blind….so what does one do?…

      • goldennuggetde says:

        You say “It is like describing colours to a blind….so what does one do?…”

        Well, the basic question is if it is really necessary to describe colors to a blind. I’d say Yes, because it will bring joy to his life. But there’s a severe handicap with this comparison. The blind has never seen a color in his entire life, so he doesn’t feel the urge to see colors. The topic about not seeing what real life means is different. I postulate that every human being has experienced real life in his early years, at least. So every human knows about that.

        But your core question was another one: what can we do to make other people see?

        Hmmm. Communication is THE key tool for sure. Spreading joy, love, kindness and peace is another one.

        Any more ingredients?


  3. julienmatei says:

    Well Richard if I knew…

    As I said, I know well-educated and proffesional people with a somehow sane outlook on life, and yet, look to me as if was speaking Old Sanscrit when I speak of similar matters.

    Word communication doesn´t suffice…They just don´t hear words…very frustrating…

    They don´t see the impending state of things – is it becuase they don´t want, or are not capable of seizing
    what´s going on…?

    Does their house – that is, our environment – have to burn in order to be awakened…?

    • goldennuggetde says:


      If there are only a few people who see what is really going on ……….. maybe this minority is wrong?
      Of course, I don’t think that my or your seeing is wrong. But this is what everybody thinks: his own view is always right.

      Now back to our assumed not insane minority 🙂

      As You said: it has nothing to do with educational concerns. It has to do with empathy, released emotions, demand for harmony, vulnerability, love. These are the tools you have to have to see, I guess. Those skills have degenerated within or even through our decadence. I think that everybody has it in his genes but it has been suffocated by our conditioning.

      This is not an answer to your question, unfortunately. But maybe it’s another brick in the wall of blindness which we try to tear down.



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