TruthSeeker27 Posted June 6, 2020 Share Posted June 6, 2020 (edited) 12 minutes ago, Fluke said: I agree with the smartphones thing but isn't the BLM supporters a lot of posh white people? They are the communists aren't they? @TruthSeeker27 feel the same way mate. I am 27 and I wouldn't class myself as anywhere near intelligent but a lot of people who are working class like i am that are of similar age group seem thick as pig shit. My step dads 25 year old son came round the other day and he was a nice enough fella but i couldn't have a conversation with him. His patter was more about 'slamming girls' and how good looking he was, which is fine banter for a pub setting, not quite appropriate in front of my mum Well, he sounds interesting in a funny sort of way. Haha. In a way, I almost envy people like that and I'll tell you why... Like you, Fluke, I am also working class (brought up on a council estate in Yorkshire). But I've always been...different. I think not going to school played a big part. I was home educated by my mother (father divorced my mother when I was 2 and I haven't seen him now in 11 years, and that's fine with me). People often associate the home educated as being super rich or something, but we weren't. My mother just didn't want me going to school because she was badly bullied as a child and she didn't want me to be bullied, either. My grades didn't suffer, I did pretty well in my GCSE's. But the biggest benefit for me, I think looking back is that I was never subjected to the school playground and the introductions to soceital peer pressure that the playground brings. I had a few friends, but not many, and this gave birth to my loner tendencies and that led to my deep thinking. It's because of these factors that I am now 100% awake. If you don't spend enough time alone, away from the peer pressures, away from the manipulations of society, etc, I think it's near impossible to gain the ability to truly think and analyse on a deep level. The reason I envy those, quite frankly, silly people who don't know how to think deep is that they seem more content/happy. They're more upbeat (or at least appear that way, I do wonder what really goes on in their minds when they're alone) and, as they say, ignorance is bliss. Even before my awakening, due to my deep thinking I have battled depression and it led me to the brink of ruin at one point... But, overall, I think it's worth it. I'd rather know the true nature of my own mind and the real world. I'd choose that over the bliss of being ignorant, because it gives me the chance to grow on a spiritual level and also the opportunity to enact some change in this world (however small it may be). Sorry for practically spilling my whole life story, but do believe it to be relevent, and do think, looking back, that it's because I never went to school that I've turned out the way I have/being awake. Edited June 6, 2020 by TruthSeeker27 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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