When right, I would see how my age group is faring in the world. As a generation, pretty pathetically when judging from what is best for all. Innumerable go travelling, hold steady jobs won from their war in education, get laid often, just everything except bettering the world. The embarrassing nature of growing up with the people around you. Disappointing limiting future ingrained in growing up. Sure, it would not be a disappointment at all if you have no expectations nor standards, possibly grateful for the resources you own too, I would have to ignore dark discrimination giving up an absolute ideal. Practicing what is best for all is discouraged directly by money, yet any moment we can have that vision flash before our eyes and we can practice it regardless of the malevolence of man.
We earn money like we educate to grab top grades for us individually alone. Has the greed of man ever changed an iota? Have we been compromising humanity to convenience our own greed? What convinces us to believe our personal penchant for greed cannot be obliterated as systematically as how we built up the courage to act out our greed? God is untouchable and unchangeable, we behave like greed is untouchable and unchangeable. Is greed God? What if we are creating greed to be like a God deciding the fates of our sex, relationships, and money?
From the age of 18 to 30, a truth is we grow “up” to become very small: we earn money to survive and give us reason to give up on thriving as a humanity. We quench our eternal thirst for novelty through travelling, eating, novel products, novel information that places us in the intelligent category, but we don’t deeply know our impulses. Our impulses capture us and drag us on a leash to a grim fate and we call that God’s will. Just because we don’t understand, does that make us not responsible for our real personal history?