“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society” – Jiddu Krishnamurti
To be the best murderer in a world of murderers. To be a reputable advocate for the devil. To have the most potent poison.
This quote highlights fragments of my internalized philosophy regarding the world.
Yeah. This place is a mess.
We can agree that it’s easier to work on our inner peace than it is to bring peace to the outside world. I look at everything and I see no redeeming qualities. Noone actually knows what they’re doing, or where they’re going. In many ways, people are hoping everything keeps working as intended — a war could start tomorrow and this would be my last blog post.
There are systems that have persisted, I believe. Systems that people choose to engage with to be better identified as successful members of society. Only because those same systems are entrenched and continue to be fed.
I like to believe our material world is in many ways reflective of the dominant ideology carried by the supposed “elite” members of society.
Corporate culture of greeding profits — modern age bourgeoisie.
Performative progressives calling themselves “influencers” — contemporary prophets (to those that give AF)
NFT obsessives — Gregor McGregor apologists
… the list goes on.
And in all that, you find people who have apparently “made it”. They know the blueprint and how it all works. It’s a kind of natural selection at play. Realizing that there are parts of our culture that have since gone off the rocks but choosing to engage with it regardless. Not as a means of survival. But out of desperation, to be included; to be validated. Because you’re a pariah if you don’t — attention-seeking —weak, if you don’t seize opportunities that are morally bankrupt.
Like the quote suggests — is mastering these poisonous systems what we’ve come to identify as being great or successful? Having more material gain over others? Being able to compel millions to action that is self-serving?
If so, consider me underwhelmed.
– O.D. ©2021
Art by: Kuvshinov-Ilya
6 Replies to “Look, Mom. I Made It …”
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Great post, though sad…
Yeah, It’s a rather messy situation we find ourselves in. Wish I had better news.
I just had a talk with my friend about how controlling money is. It’s like once you fall into the hands of capitalism, it’s so hard to crawl back out. Money is everything for people. You are never satisfied till you have more. It’s all just such a toxic dynamic.
I almost lost myself in the material gain. But I think that’s a lesson that I’ve passed. So consider me underwhelmed too.
It’s so easy to get sucked in, thats the thing. In many ways I don’t blame people that wish to thrive in this toxic system. But I feel as though most people only do that because they don’t see an alternative. Which is kinda messed up.