One of the best aspects of being a proud individualist with anarchist tendencies is to never trust any particular ideology especially the ones that control the handle of power. The people in a position to lead HAVE MORE responsibility to prove their case than the random conspiracy theorist hiding in the deepest and darkest corner of the Dark Web. My personal politics have always adjusted between the cultural definition of the ‘left’ and the ‘right’ depending on the issue. When it comes to this COVID-19 outbreak, I have been morally and spiritually opposed to everything that the liberal left has tried to accomplish. During the Bush Jr. years between 2001-2009, I was opposed to almost every action by that administration whether it was the Afghan and Iraq Wars, the PATRIOT ACT, the acceptance of corporate and government surveillance, and the conditions that led to the economic collapse in 2007/2008.
Despite the controversial figures that exist inside the ‘alternative’ media, the alt-right media can take a bow regarding COVID-19. The populist uprising against these lockdowns that led to honest voices speaking up and being censored by the corrupt cabal of the mainstream media and big tech industries were the first nail to drop that signaled something was ‘wrong’ with the COVID-19 narrative. Even though I only have two-digit readership on any article I publish, I was on top of this back during the early days of the pandemic. Read my blog posts here and here. When the health ‘experts’ said that the protests against police violence were more urgent than the extremely fatal disease they had been warning us about for months that caused every American to barricade themselves inside their home and to avoid human contact, this was strike two. After Rand Paul eviscerated Dr. Fauci in front of Congress regarding masks and the vaccine, Dr. Fauci has finally struck out. The mainstream backlash has come fast and furious. The alt media ranging from voices like Robert Kennedy Jr., Dr. Bhattacharya (Who advised Governor DeSantis about the proper response the state needed to take regarding COVID-19), and many others were right about the mask mandates, the lockdowns and the dangers posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Even Trump was right about his push towards using hydroxychloroquine during the early stages of COVID-19. The mainstream right-wing media were the only outlets that would acknowledge these 'outsider' voices due to the tech censorship occurring online as well as the coordinated attempts by the mainstream liberal media to ignore any facts outside the narratives that they were promoting.
The mainstream backlash against Dr. Fauci has come fast and furious. From him finally admitting (To save his own corrupt ass) that the possibility of the virus being manipulated in a lab needs to be further evaluated, to the fact that his “gain of function” research has been exposed after Obama put the kibosh on it back in 2014, to the fact that telling people to continue to wear masks if they are ‘vaccinated’, (Do the vaccines work or not?) when you have put so much faith into the vaccines bringing a sense of normalcy back into the population, Dr. Fauci has finally been exposed as a fraud and a criminal. Now that this information is public, what are you going to do to get the 14 months of your life back that a so-called public health ‘expert’ took away from you?
Now if we can do something about these awful Californians who still mostly wear masks inside buildings to protect themselves from a disease that has a 99.74% survival rate. Or the fact that 94% of deaths tied to COVID-19 were likely caused by other factors not related to the disease. Or the fact that teachers are forcing children to wear masks even though the chance of child to adult spread is virtually non-existent. Finally, related to our 78 year old president, the NEANDERTHALS were right. The psychological damage done to the human race over these past 14 months is something that we may never recover from. For all those people who continually insist that these government workers and public health experts have our best interests at heart, I have a slab of land in northern Nevada for you that has millions of dollars of silver on it. Do you want the ownership title? I absolutely 'swear' that the silver is there somewhere!
1. ERNESTO BLOFELD – JEFF BEZOS: This one has many parallels including their similar affinity for male patterned baldness. Bezos is the founder of the tech company Amazon. Bezos has been quite open about his pursuit of government contracts and the monopolization power and wealth that he has accumulated as a result of this. Bezos is the richest man in the world by far due to how ubiquitous Amazon has become. Bezos has now moved his fascination to space with his side project, Blue Origin, and is now in competition with another villain, Elon Musk, on being the first individual to profit from the business of space exploration and tourism (Since he has already defeated the Earth). Bezos bought the Washington Post as a glorified propaganda tool for the United States government. The most recent iteration of Blofeld from the movie SPECTRE is more similar to Bezos than the zany schemed one from the 1960s to 1970s who had elaborately goofy plans to hijack the world which was so hilariously mocked by the fictional Dr. Claw in Inspector Gadget and Dr. Evil in the Austin Powers franchise. Blofeld through his organization SPECTRE had monopolistic control over technology which allowed massive surveillance on the global population. Amazon, as a company, is one of the largest purveyors of surveillance of any tech company. The data they have accumulated on individuals that use their service is highly valuable. Blofeld also has control of the Nine Eyes, a fictional take on the actual Five Eyes alliance that shares signals intelligence taken from across the world. Bezos is the one person whose AWS software could be used globally to create a massive surveillance dystopia. Let’s hope that he never turns his attention to politics or global conquest or the world maybe looking at its first unstoppable villain.
2. DR. STRANGELOVE - KARL SCHWAB: Even though he also has a resemblance to James Bond’s most notorious villain, the fictional Dr. Strangelove from the mid-1960s Stanley Kubrick film better represents Schwab due to their similar histories. Dr. Strangelove garners respect from politicians and leaders who listen to him like he is an expert despite his bizarre ideas. Dr. Strangelove presents the idea of living underground in mines if nuclear weapons happen to be used as he tries to repress the authoritarian Nazi impulses that he was raised into. Dr. (Falsi)…sorry…Fauci also has similarities to this character minus the Nazi impulses (Fauci has more of a gangster mentality). Schwab was born into Nazi Germany on March 30, 1938. He founded the World Economic Forum which has had lots of influence over the politics of Europe and to a lesser extent, the United States and Asia. Schwab is a big believer in ‘large government’ and ‘authoritarianism.’ I wonder where he got these ideas. Schwab also has crazy ideas like the “Great Reset”, a proposal supported by many politicians and corporations around the world to switch our economic model to prioritize social issues while he helps create the 4th Industrial Revolution that revolves around surveillance, robotics, and automation. When Schwab talks, you can hear the echoes of the fictional Dr. Strangelove. The only problem is that he does not feel guilt for his thoughts like Strangelove does throughout the film.
3. ELLIOT CARVER, GARY WINSTON from ANTITRUST, and DR. CHARLES NICHOLS from THE FUGITIVE: Bill GATES: Maybe the worse of these real-life villains, Gates is difficult to pin down as one specific villain because he resembles so many of them. Media mogul looking for more money and control like Carver from TOMORROW NEVER DIES. Check. Gates has been all over the media with his organization promoting ideas and companies he has “invested in” which will bring about a supposedly better planet (According to him). The story of the founding of Microsoft makes him relatable to Tim Robbin’s villain in ANTITRUST. In our present day, Windows 10 is a surveillance nightmare and the history of the Microsoft company is filled with antitrust and anti-competitive behavior especially regarding their sabotage of the open-source Linux kernel. Finally, Gates is a huge proponent of the controversial COVID-19 vaccines that have killed over 3000 people in the United States alone (And almost 4000 in Europe). This all from a man who has discussed depopulation of the Earth on multiple occasions. The man is a living, breathing Bond villain. Let us hope that the information that has come out about his relationship with his ex-wife Melinda brings him back down to reality and gets him to disappear from the public sphere for awhile.
4. CARLTON DRAKE from VENOM and HUGO DRAX from MOONRAKER – ELON MUSK: Again, it is difficult to portray Musk as one particular villain. His personality and behavior ranges from the surprising sane to the increasingly neurotic. He has dreams to bring humanity into space and remake the world but needs ‘capital’ (Mainly from governments) to achieve his long-term goals. His Tesla cars are innovative but increasingly being seen as not worth the price or effort. 20% of people have switched back to combustible engines after their ownership experiences with EV. Carlton Drake from VENOM is inspired by Musk. His noble intention in the movie leads to his eventual downfall. Hugo Drax’s plan for space to make human beings an interplanetary species aligns almost perfectly with this billionaire. The only difference is that Musk has not embraced Drax’s eugenics ideas…yet. Also, having Musk show so many similarities to Drax is fitting since MOONRAKER is the most ridiculous of the James Bond films. But living in the 21st Century, Elon Musk comes across to millions of people as absurd, so the comparison is apt. The scary thing about Musk is that his personality often comes across as unstable probably related to suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome. It would not surprise me if Musk crosses an ethical line in the future and actually becomes a major problem for our civilization.
5. COLONEL QUARITCH from AVATAR with a splash of EMPEROR PALPATINE from the STAR WARS franchise - DICK CHENEY: This one maybe controversial because the Colonel is actually better than Cheney in multiple ways. He actually will fight to defend his values. But the Colonel has no problem with mining a foreign planet for resources (Unobtainium: I would love to meet the writer who came up with that). that the military needs as well as invading and occupying a foreign population. His motivations revolve around the preservation of power over the protection of the environment. Emperor Palpatine can also defend himself due to his ‘dark side’ force powers. But Palpatine’s greatest asset is his ability to manipulate, something that Cheney mastered during the Bush Jr. presidency. Cheney has been the largest enabler of the military industrial complex and our surveillance state during his reign of terror as Vice President in 2001-2009. Due to recent political events, his demonic spawn known as Liz was just removed from power in Congress taking the Cheney family out of their position of influence for the first time in 20 years. This archvillain may have been kneecapped and put down for the count. Let us hope that it remains this way forever.
There are many other examples of archvillains in our society that have movie equivalents. Boris Johnson is a walking, talking messy haired contradiction who has done the opposite of almost everything he wanted to accomplish while making the United Kingdom even more authoritarian and miserable. Joe Biden has definitely entered villain territory with his destruction of the Constitution. Mark Zuckerberg will go down as a legendary villain when he eventually takes off his costume and reveals the android living inside him which everyone on the planet already knew existed. What about Vladimir Putin? There are already hundreds of American films that use “Russians” as a villain archetype. If anything, the Russians should sue us for being portrayed as villains on a much higher level than any other ethnicity (With Arabs being a close second). Benjamin Netanyahu also qualifies. This individual, who I had the unfortunate privilege of meeting back in 2002, give off a negative aura that I have never felt with any other individual that I have met. If Christians believe that Satan is alive today, they may want to start with the prime minister of Israel.
The unfortunate thing is that there is a lot of darkness in our world right now. People are looking for someone to save them. This is why Marvel films have become part of our cultural zeitgeist. We are all hoping that Tony Stark can stop making weapons and save us all from the tyranny of governments, corporations, and economic unfairness. Unfortunately, the world does not work this way. As Harvey Dent says in THE DARK KNIGHT, “You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” Even the worst villain sees himself as saving the world and many of our worst problems have been created by people with the ‘best’ intentions. Let us hope that we can get through this ‘crisis’ era peacefully.
During this past year with the COVID-19 lockdowns, mask mandates, and the culture war that seems to be engulfing our government and institutions, there is a lot of chaos going on in our world. Every day, the United States I grew up in seems crazier and more bizarre. Elon Musk maybe right, we are living inside a ‘simulation’ with a sociopathic god guiding us down the pathway of his choice. Because of this lack of social interaction over the past year, I have spent thousands of hours re-embracing something that captured my interest in my late 20s, the political philosophy of anarchism. But before we dive into this political philosophy, I want to give an important clarification.
The word anarchy is often misused and improperly classified by institutions of power. For many people, anarchy means a state of chaos created through the lack of authority or violent actions that lead to dangerous and chaotic situations. I personally believe that this ‘distortion’ is important to understand from a propaganda perspective. Here is what dictionary.com says about the word anarchy.
a state of society without government or law.
political and social disorder due to the absence of governmental control.
lack of obedience to an authority; insubordination.
confusion and disorder.
The actual definition would be the top line. Anarchy means “no government or leader” through its historic Greek origins. The three definitions below the top line explains why people confuse and use the term ‘anarchy’ whenever there is a mass shooting, or terrorist uprising, or violent protest against a government or business. Historically, the anarchist movement is based on non-violent principles. To get to the proper anarchy definition, you have to use the word anarchism. Here is what the Oxford dictionary says about that term which is the correct interpretation.
belief in the abolition of all government and the organization of society on a voluntary, cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion.
anarchists as a political force or movement.
Now that the definition is clarified, it will be vitally important to understand this term when describing it its political principles.
There are individual actions and philosophies of life that every flawed human being tries to embrace during this long, crazy journey. Some of these beliefs are meant to evolve the human mind to a new perspective or way of life. The idea of enlightenment in Buddhism or heaven in Christianity are examples of this type of thinking. Both religious philosophies lay the groundwork for the type of life that every human being should live. There are other social philosophies that also fit into this mindset. As a political philosophy, anarchism is often defined as the ultimate state of political practice that should be embraced by humanity. But because we are flawed and often looking for easy and simple solutions, the difficult work that is needed to achieve these sort of utopian ideals is often undermined by power seeking individuals and institutions. The Linux kernel and its development are one of the best practicing examples of present-day anarchy. The Linux kernel is an open-source evolution of the Unix programming language that creates a democratic alternative to the monopolies of Microsoft, Apple, and Google (Even though Google’s Android system is proprietary and built upon Linux. Apple’s OS is also Unix based). The existing corporations and their products appeal to 98% of the population because of their user-friendly properties. Linux has a strict learning curve which causes the majority of people to dismiss it. Anarchism as a political philosophy has the same problem. The need to take responsibility for everyone of your actions and behaviors and suffer the consequences of bad decisions is unappealing to the majority of our world. But like Linux, there are 2% of people that believe these ideals need to be passed along through education and practice so future generations can evolve into adopting this philosophy. God bless this 2%, the rebels and the free thinkers.
Anarchism has always existed in the human experience. Often practiced by tribes or small communities throughout human history, the political philosophy did not develop until the end of the 18th Century during the Age of Enlightenment. William Godwin was the first individual to write about anarchism in the political sense. Later influential writers like Max Stirner and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon created their own philosophies based more around individual action. Stirner created the anarchist philosophy of individualism and Proudhon created a more socialistic version of anarchism called mutualism (More on these later). But the anarchist movement was not taken seriously until a fracture occurred among anarchists and communists over their contradictory philosophies. Mikhail Bakunin was opposed to the ideals of a ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’ due to his embrace of anarchism and voluntary action. This led to his expulsion from the Communist movement and the creation of an anarchist movement that had a large impact on political systems in the late 19th to mid-20th Centuries. Starting with Bakunin’s movement, we will discuss the five most popular types of anarchic philosophies and show why this ‘fracture’ among anarchists will likely never lead to a unified movement against existing power structures.
1. ANARCHO-COMMUNISM – Probably the one ‘anarchist’ philosophy that has had more impact on political systems. The philosophy is based around the abolition of the state, the capitalist economic system, wage labor, hierarchies, and private property (With a small allowance for ‘personal property’). Anarcho-communists believe in common ownership of production, direct democratic action, and voluntary workers’ councils. The philosophy is based around the idea that human beings will evolve to respect and understand everyone’s individual needs to help create a perfect collective and voluntary society. A cousin of anarcho-communism is the voluntary anarchist movement of workers called anarcho-syndicalism. There are some famous examples of anarcho-communism in practice but none of these communities lasted longer than a few years. The most famous example is the anarchists of the Spanish Civil War who rose up against Franco in the mid-1930s which is explained in wonderful detail in George Orwell’s historical novel Homage to Catalonia. With the help of Hitler and the infiltration of authoritarian communists into the anarchist ranks which split the movement, Franco was able to defeat the anarchists in 1939. The ‘Free Territory; of the Ukraine, inspired by anarcho-communist philosopher Peter Kropotkin, lasted a few years until the Soviet communists destroyed it. Also, the country of Korea had an anarcho-communist system in place for a couple of years until imperial Japan and the Chinese captured the territory in the early 1930s. Even though this philosophy still exists in the present in small communities or in some cases, at the corporate level, anarcho-communism is still thriving in the 21st Century. The United States has a strong anarcho-communist movement which is trying to disable its current authoritarian state-run capitalist system. These anarchists have been known to create random autonomous zones in large cities but also have no problems with embracing violence to achieve their long-term goals which runs counter to the goals of other anarchists.
2. MUTUALISM – This is the movement that got me personally involved in the anarchist movement. in the mid-2000s. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, a French philosopher, who also came out of the communist movement of the late 19th Century and like Mikhail Bakhunin, eventually left the communist movement after getting into a disagreement with Karl Marx. Mutualism differs from Anarcho-Communism in many ways. Large institutions would be democratically run by free associations of men. Public land was collective, but land occupied by private citizens could remain in their ‘possession’ as long as the property was used. Proudhon believed in the idea of free market economics and made a distinction between property used for exploitation and personal property used by individuals. He understood the importance of labor value and its impact on the free market. Proudhon is also credited with being one of the first individuals to create the idea of the banking credit union, a type of banking that I have personally embraced my entire life. Unlike communists, he was also not opposed to the idea of rent or interest as long as people got involved in these contracts voluntarily. Mutualism also embraces the idea of small business and artists and recognizes their important individualistic contributions to society and the economic value they create. Mutualism is still practiced in the present day through education articles provided by the Center for a Stateless Society, run by Kevin Carson. Left-Libertarianism is also a present-day branch of the fundamentals of Mutualism which incorporates the idea of equality more broadly into its belief system.
3. INDIVIDUALIST ANARCHISM – Over time, this is the political philosophy that has come to resemble my own personal beliefs. Individualist anarchism was founded by German philosopher, Max Stirner. The philosophy was expanded in his most popular novel The Ego and its Own. Individualist anarchism is the only branch that both sides of the anarchist spectrum claim as their own. The foundation of it is simple. The individual is supreme over every institution on the planet and any organization or government that tries to coerce you into behavior against your personal ethics, the individual has the right to reject it. The idea revolves around individual personal responsibility, mutual contracts, and voluntary associations that can grow into massive business co-operatives as long as they are not coercive towards other people. Property can be owned, and any person has the right to defend it against aggressors. Individualist anarchism’s ideals are similar to the current political movement of libertarianism. An example of individualist anarchy in practice can be seen through religious practices. Religion, despite some of its violent and repressive history, is a theology that is based around the idea of personal growth. Buddhists seek individual ‘enlightment’ so they can understand the world as a whole and contribute their bodies to making the universe a more satisfying place to live. Individualist anarchism should not be confused with ‘selfishness.’ Because selfish behavior that harms other individuals is a form of violence which is rejected by individualists and libertarians.
4. LIBERTARIANISM – This one is controversial because many libertarian are minarchists, meaning that they believe in a small form of government. Libertarianism probably has the most diverse range of believers across the political spectrum. Libertarianism qualifies as an anarchist philosophy because of its core philosophical tenets. Personal liberty is promoted above everything else (Which resembles the idea of individualist anarchism above). The non-aggression principle is a foundational belief that all libertarians have to adopt to become part of the movement. The idea is that you only commit violence against someone else as a form of self-defense against aggressors. This idea is the foundation of the libertarian anti-war stance. Autonomy, free association, and freedom of choice are also fundamental ideas of the libertarian philosophy. In the present day, the libertarian movement is the most common practiced form of anarchy. In the United States, the libertarian party is the 3rd largest political party in the U.S. with famous adherents to the philosophy ranging from Ron Paul, to Jesse Ventura, to Tom Woods, to websites like www.lewrockwell.com and www.zerohedge.com. Libertarians have found their greatest success in the two-party system getting elected as Republicans. This is why libertarians are often seen as members of the right wing even though the libertarian ideology is diverse and has a strong left-libertarian representation.
5. ANARCHO-CAPITALISM – For many liberals and ‘leftists’, the inclusion of anarcho-capitalism violates their conceptions of anarchy. But anarcho-capitalism definitely qualifies as an anarchic philosophy. Even though it has a few fundamental differences from individualist anarchism and libertarianism which also violates anarchic principles by participating in elections and sometimes being represented in the state, anarcho-capitalism is more of an economic anarchic philosophy based around ‘Austrian Economics’ that was invented by Ludwig Von Mises and promoted by his followers Friedrich Hayek and Murray Rothbard. Anarcho-capitalism is the belief that governments are unnecessary and that the best solution for society is a system of private property run by private individuals, total free markets including legalizing all forms of trade that are banned and eliminating global tariffs, while also adopting many of the core tenets of individualist anarchism and libertarianism when it comes to the question of personal responsibility and autonomy. The biggest difference from the other forms of anarchy is that anarcho-capitalists believe that society should be voluntary, and that economics and systems tend to self-regulate. As an example, if a government is printing money and creating inflation, the form of currency will eventually deflate and correct the error of the money printing and wipe away those bad economic transactions. Also, they believe that the privatization of many governmental responsibilities would be better handled by private organizations and individuals. Because of these beliefs, many other forms of anarchism reject anarcho-capitalism because the concept of private property and organizations will naturally lead back to hierarchal structures. Interestingly enough, anarcho-capitalists feel the same way about anarcho-communists and the fact that voluntary collectives will inherently become coercive towards people not participating in the system. The best place to read about anarcho-capitalist ideals is the Mises Institute, the Ron Paul Institute, and www.lewrockwell.com where you can find many educational tools that explain this philosophy in greater detail. Some ideas of anarcho-capitalism in practice are the city-states of Europe during the Renaissance, Gaelic Ireland, and the United States Old West.
The individuals that participate in these types of anarchy above number in the millions. But there are also some other outlier philosophies that have been growing over the years. Christian anarchism is a philosophy among Christians that the Bible and God are anti-authoritarian. Anarcho-primitivists reject the industrial and technological age and want to help evolve the society back to a more simplistic agricultural and rural state. Anarcho-tribalism is an offshoot of the anarcho-primitivism belief. Technological anarchism is rising among people who believe that technological advancement will evolve humanity into rejecting the idea of government. Crypto-anarchism is an offshoot and cousin of this ideology. There are also anarchist philosophies revolving around the “Green movement” (Green Anarchism) and its offshoot anarcho-naturalism. The “Feminist rights” movement also is prominently represented in anarchist studies (Anarcha-feminism).
Feel free to add any that I may have missed. But the ideology of anarchism is complex and diverse with hundreds of years of intellectual thought behind this philosophy. What kind do you think best represents you? Please leave a comment and let me know.
This is my first blog that will be dual posted on both LinkedIn and my personal website www.expertofsome.com. As of May 3rd, 2021, I am receiving my Masters of Studies degree from the Pac-12 school Arizona State University in Cultural, Film and New Media Studies. On a basic level, the degree exists to explain the technology of the 21st Century and analyzes the sociological, psychological, and cultural implications of the tech world and other forms of mass media entertainment. I have studied the positive and negative implications from a cultural perspective and learned to understand from a marketing perspective how our 21st Century world operates.
What I did not expect from completing this degree (With a little help from the COVID-19 pandemic) was to have a middle-aged revelation about myself. As my years continue to pile on and wisdom continues to be accumulated, I have started becoming comfortable with who I am. Call it my mid-life crisis light. I have always evaluated myself in the most positive way imaginable. I am a family man. I am a man with a few professional and many advanced skills in divergent career fields. I am a whore for experiencing culture. I am open-minded and willing to try anything if properly convinced. I am also very intellectually curious and am constantly researching and reading about topics that interest me. I understand my flaws and am very aware of my propensity for foul language, my need to be alone most of the time, and my strict moral code which can irritate my close friends and family.
So what is the revelation that you had Crispin?
I came around to the conclusion that the person I have become is no longer interested in working in mega-corporate environments. I am going to be the person that I am and if this means that my goal of being a Vice President will never be reached, I can accept this. My personality just does not fit inside of a politically correct, often dehumanizing employment culture. I set a goal for myself to try to become a person that I have never been. I am done with putting on the mask. I will continue to be a solid, hard working employee and if I get rewarded for this, than that will be my reward. My life has still been fulfilling in so many ways. So why ruin it trying to leave a legacy at a faceless corporation?
Are you more comfortable at a small business than a mega-corporation?
Yes. Even if I do not accumulate the wealth these larger companies can provide. My personality is more simpatico inside smaller and more intimate environments. But I will never be the mega-corporate worker that raves about their company on LinkedIn and reads every article that is published about my place of employment. Family and friends are just more important and will always be the priority over career success.
What about your writing skills?
Been writing (Sometimes professionally) over the last 25 years and it has never made me more than a few hundred bucks every couple of years. What I write also does not fit comfortably into mainstream popular opinion which could gain me thousands of followers. Even with the book I am currently in the process of completing, I do not expect more than a hundred people will ever actually read it over the rest of my life. But I am comfortable knowing this. Because I do it mostly for my own personal entertainment. If my writing is too absurd, ridiculous, or just not interesting to you, who am I to say that you are wrong?
The basic summary of my middle-aged crisis or evolution is “Accept the person that you are and frame your life around trying to make a difference to the important people around you.” You are what you are. Accept the fact that your life may move into a different direction than expected. But understanding who you are, what you can contribute to society, and to accept what you already have are important to maintain a healthy mindset. There is nothing wrong with dreaming about bigger and better things. But understand that these goals may not be accomplished and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Life is random and complicated and there are so many more things that you can not control over the very few that you can. Don’t let this get you down. Chaos is life. Embrace the crazy journey!
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