The biggest lie

We have been taught that “everyone has to choose a career, to be someone, to do something”…- that everyone must necessarily fight and defeat the other. But this highly subversive and false existential attitude which only considers the other as an “enemy”,
fosters a totally wrong way of living – fundamentally distorted and distorting.

Why?…

Because fighting the other, makes you a stranger. When you struggle, you do not get to find out Who you are…And only in relation to each other, will you get to know yourself in a proper way.

That is why, a life worth living requires a new, more wholesome approach…A new beginning which entails communion and healthy togetherness…

Something which is useful equally for yourself and the other…

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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.

7 Responses to The biggest lie

  1. deeplydaisy says:

    I watched an animation that kind of put this into an internal context. So all the emotions and sides of ourselves working together to navigate us successfully through the terrains of being. It’s called Inside Out. Don’t laugh. It made so much sense to me. even if it is just a shitty Disney cartoon. 🙂

  2. deeplydaisy says:

    I think this link will show you a trailer. It certainly helped me make some sense of some things. How sometimes anger takes the driving seat and my joy doesn’t trust my sadness and instead tries to supress it. Or something like that. 🙂

  3. deeplydaisy says:

    I don’t really use my facebook account very much I’m afraid. I will try to recall my password and will let you know when I’m in. 🙂

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