domingo, 3 de noviembre de 2013

... and if we were all a little masochistic?

We ensure that only a few patients enjoy suffering. How would our whole philosophy of life if we admit otherwise?

When something is lost tend to look where it should be, which unnecessarily prolong the time of loss. If we could find him before looking where it should be.

This minimal example is useful, however, as evidence that free will does not exist as we where we want but not where our mental conditioning force us to search.

Years ago I seek (where it should be) missing issues, just to see if I can find what my fellow humans do not find, for example, real causes of economic poverty, poverty that affects thousands of years our species and that the experts loftiest fail to resolve.

Something that should not be is that humans enjoy suffering. We are convinced that we seek pleasure and pain flee.

We are so convinced that humans always fled pain when we find someone who is sexually stimulated say that suffering is masochistic, ie, someone different from the rest, an abnormal, sick.

And what would happen if we organized our thoughts on the assumption that it is so true that humans systematically shun pain?

Note that anything that has reached the status of "truth" becomes as solid and immovable as a mountain. Whatever we think will be taken into account as it is, without modification. In the end, the truth is so rigid and motionless that becomes the center around which all other concepts should turn. What if that mountain was not so rigid and motionless?

Seeing how freely people are killed in a gym I have to doubt that we avoid the pain.

Nota: O texto original em espanhol (sem tradução do Google): ...y si todos fuéramos un poco masoquistas?

(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.070)

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