RE: Nowhere to Go: On Freedom, Control and the Illusion of Safety and Security

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Nowhere to Go: On Freedom, Control and the Illusion of Safety and Security

in life •  3 months ago

"I am never really a slave to my own ideological beliefs, I can change anytime."

That is really a good skill to have and not a common one. I see people who I know know the things that they believe are flawed but they hold onto those beliefs because it is easier than changing.

I heard about that social credit score thing. Haha I have done enough shit talking that if that type of thing ever happened here, they are sending me straight to prison lol.

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I see people who I know know the things that they believe are flawed but they hold onto those beliefs because it is easier than changing.

Yeah it is easier. At some point, I was like believing the same thing as everyone else. But, I'm more pragmatic. I changed my beliefs based on my own experiences or whatever worked for me.

they are sending me straight to prison lol.

Me too lol.

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Haha If only more people were willing to do that, we might be able to address some of the problems we create for ourselves.

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People cling to their beliefs, that's the problem these days. We live in a polarized society.

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It is sad but true. The thing that gets me is when I see people agree on both sides but they don't know that they agree because they assume the other side is always wrong.