Holism & Holistic Thinking – Part 1

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What is holism, what is holistic thinking, why is it important, and can you develop it? A deep explanation of holism.

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  1. Men, I am glad that you exist in our dimension. Your channel is literally a gold mine for those who have eyes to see

    • Parts are dual to wholes — holons are dual.
      Yin is dual to Yang.
      Absolute truth is dual to relative truth — Hume’s fork.
      Phenomenal (empirical, science) is dual to noumenal (rational, meta-science, transcendental) — Immanuel Kant.
      Mind (the internal soul, syntropy) is dual to matter (the external soul, entropy) — Descartes.
      Meta-science (Ideal, universal, holism) is dual to science (real, contingent, reductionism) — Kant & Descartes.
      Holistic science or absolute, objective science = the laws of physics, they are the same & equal for all observers everywhere — objective democracy.
      Science wins through consensus. Consensus = mutual agreement or objective democracy.
      The laws of physics conform to a principle of objective democracy — holistic science.
      The velocity of light is the same & equal for all observers — objective democracy.
      All objects fall at the same, equal rate (acceleration) in a gravitational field — Galileo describing objective democracy.
      Generalization (holism, syntropy) is dual to localization (parts, entropy).
      Integration (convergence, syntropy) is dual to differentiation (divergence, entropy).
      Syntropy (mind, prediction) is dual to increasing entropy (matter, information) — the 4th law of thermodynamics.
      Concepts are dual to percepts — the mind duality of Immanuel Kant.
      The intellectual mind/soul (concepts) is dual to the sensory mind/soul (percepts) — the mind duality of Thomas Aquinas.
      Mind duality is dual to matter duality.
      Matter duality: Bosons (waves) are dual to Fermions (particles) — quantum duality. Active matter (life) is dual to passive matter (atoms, forces).
      Being is dual to non-being creates becoming — Plato.

    • @*The World Teacher – Jagadguru Svāmī Vegānanda* Very valuable information. Thank you very much for sharing today!

    • @Hyperduality you totally miss the point of things going full circle. There’s is no duality. There is no Holons. Everything is one. When a part becomes inseparable from the whole it’s no longer a part, it is only one for the perspective that needs to see it like that. Duality is a human tool to remind themselves of their divinity. But in the end there is no duality. Duality goes full circle to join itself and create one inseparable whole

    • @Hyperduality
      🐟 03. CONCEPTS Vs THE TRUTH:

      The term “TRUTH” is a grossly misused word.

      Anything which has ever been written or spoken, by even the greatest sage or Avatar (incarnation of Divinity), including every single postulation within this Holy Scripture, is merely a CONCEPT and not “The Truth”, as defined further down.

      A concept is either accurate or inaccurate. Virtually all concepts are inaccurate to a certain degree. However, some concepts are far more accurate than others. A belief is an unhealthy and somewhat problematic relationship one has with a certain concept, due to misapprehension of life as it is, objectively-speaking. Attachment to beliefs, particularly in the presumption of individual free-will, is the cause of psychological suffering.
      For example, the personal conception of Ultimate Reality (God or The Goddess) is inaccurate to a large extent. The concept of Ultimate Reality being singular (“All is One”) is far more accurate. The transcendence of BOTH the above concepts (non-duality) is excruciatingly accurate. However, none of these concepts is “The Truth” as such, since all ideas are relative, whilst The Truth is absolute.

      It is VITALLY important to distinguish between relative truth and Absolute Truth. Relative truth is temporal, mutable, subjective, dependent, immanent, differentiated, conditioned, finite, complex, reducible, imperfect, and contingent, whilst Absolute Truth is eternal, immutable, objective, independent, transcendent, undifferentiated, unconditional, infinite, non-dual (i.e. simple), irreducible, perfect, and non-contingent.
      Absolute Truth is the ground of all being (“Brahman”, in Sanskrit), and is prior to any mind, matter, name, form, intent, thought, word, or deed.

      Good and bad are RELATIVE – what may be good or bad can vary according to temporal circumstances and according to personal preferences. For example, there is absolutely no doubt that citrus fruits are a good source of nutrients for human beings. However, it may be bad to consume such beneficial foods when one is experiencing certain illnesses, such as chronic dysentery. ‘One man’s food is another man’s poison.’
      However, beyond the dichotomy of good and bad, is the Eternal Truth, which transcends mundane relativism. Therefore, the goal of life is to rise above the subjective “good” and “bad”, and abide in the transcendental sphere. A qualified spiritual preceptor is able to guide one in the intricacies of such transcendence. Such a person, who has transcended mundane relative truth, is said to be an enlightened soul.
      N.B. When making moral judgments, it is more appropriate to use the terms “holy/evil” or “righteous/unrighteous”, rather than “good/bad”.

      The ONLY (absolute) Truth in the phenomenal manifestation is the impersonal sense of “I am” (“ahaṃ”, in Sanskrit).
      Everything else is merely transient and unreal (“unreal” for that very reason – because it is ever-mutating, lacking permanence and stability).
      This sense of existence is otherwise called “Infinite Awareness”, “Spirit”, “God”, “The Ground of Being”, “The Higher Self”, as well as various other epithets, for it is the very essence of one’s being. Chapters 06 and 10 deal more fully with this subject matter.

      Of course, for one who is fully self-realized and enlightened, the subject-object duality has collapsed. Therefore, a fully-awakened individual does not perceive any REAL difference between himself and the external world, and so sees everything in himself and himself in everything.

      If it is true that there are none so blind as those who don’t WANT to see, and none so deaf as those who don’t WANT to hear, then surely, there are none so ignorant as those who don’t WANT to learn the truth.

      OBVIOUSLY, in the previous paragraph, and in most other references to the word “truth” within this booklet, it is meant “the most accurate concept possible”, or at least ”an extremely accurate fact”.
      For example, as clearly demonstrated in Chapters 21 and 22, it is undoubtedly “true” that a divinely-instituted monarchy is the most beneficial form of national governance, but that is not the Absolute Truth, which is the impersonal, never-changing ground of all being.

      So, to put it succinctly, all “truths” are relative concepts (even if they are very accurate) but the Universal Self alone is REAL Truth.

      “In the absence of both the belief ‘I am the body’ and in the absence of the belief that ‘I am not the body’, what is left is what we really are.
      We don’t need to define what we really are. We don’t need to create a thought to tell us what we are. What we are is what TRUTH is.”
      *************
      “God is not something ‘out-there’, ‘looking-in’, but God (or Source) has BECOME all of This.
      So God is the Underlying Principle of all of this – the Energy or the Consciousness.
      The (psycho-physical) manifestation has arisen within Consciousness as an imagination in the mind of Source.”
      Roger Castillo,
      Australian Spiritual Teacher, 15/07/2015.

      “I am the TRUTH…”
      *************
      “…and the TRUTH shall set you free”.
      Lord Jesus Christ,
      John 14:6 & 8:32

  2. What is that you say friendo? I have seen your vids since 2013 and keep up the great work, feed your head!

    • @Jaccobtw No, we are all gonna die and suffer because of God. We are not God. But we are all fucking Devils without exception so we deserve to die and I am thankful for that :)))))))

    • I had an epiphany about God telling the first joke when he brought something from nothing.

    • @Wet Floor Media Yes, you get it! Bravo! If there was nothing in the beginning then what could be lost? Nothing at all :DDDD

    • @Chillman Well also because God’s decision is the essence of humor itself. A joke in the purest sense. The first misdirection.

  3. Guy n Gals, if you haven’t checked the blog for the videos on sense making you’re missing out. I’ve been rewatching* them multiple times, insightful and easy to watch. 🔮

    • Yo Dumydin O…… Why r u giving leo crazy ideas about charging. Weirdo

    • @Pjm Justice Leo knows all too well that he could charge us. If he wanted to, he would. But he consciously and deliberately doesn’t.

    • The Best things are free things with Capital B, like leo usually say😂

    • @leododgewiper
      02. A BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF “LIFE”:

      Everything, both perceptible and imperceptible – that is, any gross or subtle OBJECT within the material universe which can ever be perceived with the cognitive faculties, plus the SUBJECT (the observer of all phenomena) – is to what most persons generally refer when they use the term “God”, since they usually conceive of the Primeval Creator as being the Perfect Person, and “God” (capitalized) is a personal epithet of the Unconditioned Absolute. However, this anthropomorphized conception of The Absolute is a fictional character of divers mythologies.

      According to most every enlightened sage in the history of this planet, the Ultimate Reality is, far more logically, Impersonal Absolute NOTHINGNESS (otherwise called “The Tao”, “The Great Spirit”, “Brahman”, “Pure Consciousness”, “Eternal Awareness”, “Independent Existence”, “The Ground of All Being”, “Uncaused Nature”, “The Undifferentiated Substratum of Reality”, “The Unified Field”, et cetera).

      In other words, rather than the Supreme Truth being a separate Blissful, Supra-Conscious Being (The Godhead Himself or The Goddess), Ultimate Reality is Eternal-Existence Limitless-Awareness Unconditional-Peace ITSELF.

      Because the Unmanifested Absolute is infinite creative potentiality, “it” actualizes as EVERYTHING, in the form of temporary, cyclical universes. In the case of our particular universe, we reside in a cosmos consisting of space-time, matter and energy, without, of course, neglecting the most fundamental dimension of existence (i.e. conscious awareness – although, “it” is, being the subject, by literal definition, non-existent).

      Just as a knife cannot cut itself, nor the mind comprehend itself, nor the eyes see themselves, The Absolute cannot know Itself (or at least objectively EXPERIENCE Itself), and so, has manifested this phenomenal universe within Itself for the purpose of experiencing Itself, particularly through the lives of self-aware beings, such as we sophisticated humans. Therefore, this world of duality is really just a play of consciousness within Consciousness, in the same way that a dream is a person’s sleeping narrative set within the life-story of an ‘awakened’ individual.

      APPARENTLY, this phenomenal universe was created with the primal act (the so-called “Big Bang”), which started, supposedly, as a minute, slightly uneven ball of light, which in turn, was instigated, ultimately, by Extra-Temporal Supra-Consciousness. From that first deed, every motion or action that has ever occurred has been a direct (though, almost exclusively, an indirect) result of it.

      Just as all the extant energy in the universe was once contained within the inchoate singularity, Infinite Consciousness was NECESSARILY present at the beginning of the universe, and is in no way an epiphenomenon of a neural network. Discrete consciousness, on the other hand, is entirely dependent on the neurological faculty of individual animals (the more highly-evolved the species, the greater its cognitive abilities).

      “Sarvam khalvidam brahma” (a Sanskrit maxim from the “Chandogya Upanishad”, meaning ‘all this is indeed Brahman’ or ‘everything is the Universal Self alone’). There is NAUGHT but Eternal Being, Conscious Awareness, Causeless Peace – and you are, quintessentially, that!
      This “Theory of Everything” can be more succinctly expressed by the mathematical equation:
      E=A͚ (Everything equates to Infinite Awareness).

      HUMANS are essentially this Eternally-Aware-Peace, acting through an extraordinarily-complex biological organism, comprised of the eight rudimentary elements – pseudo-ego (the assumed sense of self), intellect, mind, solids, liquids, gases, heat (fire), and ether (three-dimensional space). When one peers into a mirror, one doesn’t normally mistake the reflected image to be one’s real self, yet that is how we humans conventionally view our ever-mutating forms. We are, rather, in a fundamental sense, that which witnesses all transitory appearances.

      Everything which can be presently perceived, both tangible and immaterial, including we human beings, is a culmination of that primary manifestation. That is the most accurate and rational explanation for “karma” – everything was preordained from the initial spark, and every action since has unfolded as it was predestined in ETERNITY, via an ever-forward-moving trajectory. The notion of retributive (“tit for tat”) karma is just that – an unverified belief. Likewise, the notion of a distinct, reincarnating “soul” or “spirit” is largely a fallacious belief.

      Whatever state in which we currently find ourselves, is the result of two factors – our genetic make-up at conception and our present-life conditioning (which may include mutating genetic code). Every choice ever made by every human and non-human animal was determined by those two factors ALONE. Therefore, free-will is purely illusory, despite what most believe.

      As a consequence of residing within this dualistic universe, we experience a lifelong series of fluctuating, transient pleasures and pains, which can take the form of physical, emotional, and/or financial pleasure or pain. Surprisingly to most, suffering and pain are NOT synonymous.
      Suffering is due to a false sense of personal ‘doership’ – the belief that one is a separate, independent author of one’s thoughts, emotions, and deeds, and that, likewise, other persons are autonomous agents, with complete volition to act, think, and feel as they wish. Another way of stating the same concept is: suffering is due to the intellect being unwilling or unable to accept life as it manifests moment by moment.

      There are five SYMPTOMS of suffering, all of which are psychological in nature:
      1. Guilt
      2. Blame
      3. Pride
      4. Anxiety
      5. Regrets about the past and expectations for the future

      These types of suffering are the result of not properly understanding what was explained above – that life is a series of happenings and NOT caused by the individual living beings. No living creature, including Homo sapiens, has personal free-will. There is only the Universal, Divine Will at play, acting through every body, to which William Shakespeare famously alluded when he scribed “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.”
      The human organism is essentially a biopsychological machine, comprised of the five gross material elements and the three subtle material elements, listed above.

      The ANTIDOTE to all mental anguish is to firstly discern pain from suffering, then to achieve complete relief from that miserable state of existence, by abandoning the erroneous belief in personal authorship, and abiding in the primordial sense of being (the unqualified “I am”, which is one’s core identity). This is the very same peace which is experienced each night during the dreamless phase of the sleep cycle. This ‘resting imperturbably as Flawless Awareness’ can be practiced on a regular basis, until it is fully assimilated and integrated into one’s life.

      Every person, from time immemorial, has been either intentionally or unwittingly seeking such causeless peace, most commonly by practicing one of the four systems of YOGA (religion) delineated in the sixteenth chapter of this work, or else in creating wealth and the acquisition of material possessions, or in psycho-physical pleasures. That peace of mind is often referred to as “happiness”, “joy”, or “love”, and often presumed to be a temporal state, since many assume, incorrectly, that continuous peace is unavailable in this life.
      Fortunately, that is not the case – it is eminently possible to live one’s life acquainted with unbroken peace of mind, if destined.

      Following DHARMA (frameworks of authentic religion and societal duties) is not guaranteed to achieve that desired tranquillity of mind, but even so, it is beneficial for individuals, since it establishes a structure which enables one to more easily elevate oneself beyond the mundane, animalistic platform (i.e. the base pursuits of eating, sleeping and mating). Intrinsic to dharma is the division of the adult male population into the four classes of society and the inherent role of girls and women in society, as fully elucidated in latter chapters of this Holy Scripture.

      So, now that you understand life, and the reason why we are suffering here in this (ostensively) material universe, you are now able to be liberated from all mental suffering, RIGHT?

      WRONG! It is imperative to approach an authentic spiritual master to assist you to come to the above realization, by slowly undoing your past conditioning. Just as you have been conditioned over an entire lifetime to think one way, you need to be re-conditioned to think another way (in alignment with your essential identity as The Divine). For one who has himself for a teacher, that man has a veritable fool as his teacher.

      Even if you adhere closely to the precepts of a competent teacher, you may still not come to a full understanding of life, but if you are sincere, humble and dedicated, you will definitely find more peace in your daily life – all of which was DESTINED to occur, of course.

      Furthermore, if you are suitably-qualified and it was ordained, you may be fortunate enough to receive discipline from one of the EXTREMELY rare fully-enlightened masters residing on earth at any given time (perchance even the current World Teacher himself), and subsequently realize the aforementioned fundamental concepts, by diligently studying authoritative doctrines (especially the most accurate and complete of all extant Scriptures, this “Final Instruction Sheet for Humanity”), serving your guru with great reverence and devotion, and by deliberately avoiding undue harm to oneself, to other individuals, to society as a whole, and to the natural environment.

  4. This Human Being has literally invested his entire life in the pursuit of Truth and Love. Anyone with a high level of Consciousness can appreciate what this man has done for the world, for our society. He has recorded probably thousands of hours of FREE material because he understands that Truth is Universal, that people are desperate for Truth. Leo, my friend, you’ve become my teacher. Thank you for your service to mankind. God is beautiful.

    • @Tei Strlekar
      Here is the FINEST argument against the existence of God:

      🐟 07. GOD (OR NOT):

      There has never been, nor will there ever be, even the slightest shred of evidence for the existence of the Godhead, that is, a Supreme Person, for the notion of an omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent Deity is both profoundly illogical and extremely incongruous, to put it mildly.
      The English word “PERSON” literally means “for sound”, originating from the Latin/Greek “persona/prósōpa”, referring to the masks worn by actors in ancient European theatrical plays, which featured a mouth hole to enable the actors to speak through. Theists, by definition, believe that there is a Supreme Deity which incorporates anthropomorphic characteristics such as corporeal form (even if that form is a “spiritual” body, whatever that may connote), with a face (hence the term “person”), and certain personality traits such as unique preferences and aversions. Common sense dictates that Ultimate Reality must necessarily transcend all dualistic concepts, including personality and even impersonality. However, only an excruciatingly minute number of humans have ever grasped this complete understanding and realization.

      There are at least FOUR possible reasons why many persons are convinced of the existence of a Personal God (i.e the Supreme [Male] Deity):

      1. Because it is natural for any sensible person to believe that humans may not be the pinnacle of existence, and that there must be a higher power or ultimate creative force (an intelligent designer). However, because they cannot conceive of this designer being non-personal, they automatically suspect it must be a man (God) or a woman (The Goddess) with personal attributes. One who is truly awakened and/or enlightened understands that the Universal Self is the creator of all experiences and that he IS that (“tat tvam asi”, in Sanskrit).

      2. Because they may have experienced some kind of mystical phenomenon or miracle, which they mistakenly attribute to “God’s grace”, but which can be more logically explicated by another means. As explained, all such phenomena are produced by the TRUE Self of all selves (“Paramātman”, in Sanskrit). I, the author of this Holy Scripture, have personally experienced very powerful, miraculous, mystical phenomena, which I formerly ascribed to the personal conception of God (since I was a Theist), but now know to be caused, ultimately, by the Real Self.

      3. Because they may have witnessed the deeds or read the words of an individual who seems to be a perfect person – in other words an incarnation of the Divine Principle (“Avatāra”, in Sanskrit). To be sure, such persons do exist, but that does not necessarily prove that the Supreme Truth is inherently PERSONAL. An Avatar is a man who was born fully enlightened, with all noble qualities, but not necessarily perfect in every possible way. For example, very few (if any) of the recognized Avatars in human history taught or practiced veganism.

      4. Because they may have been CONDITIONED by their family, society and/or religious organization over many years or decades. Unfortunately, we humans are very gullible. Due to low intelligence and lack of critical analytical skills, the typical person believes almost anything they read or hear from virtually any source, no matter how unreliable. During a visit to one’s local place of worship on any given weekend, one will notice a congregation of sheepish individuals nodding in agreement with practically every nonsensical, inane word spouted by their deluded so-called “priest”, imam, mullah, rabbi, guru, monk, or preacher. The phrase “The blind leading the blind” is appropriate in this regards.
      Even the current World Teacher, despite his genius intellect, was once a thoroughly-indoctrinated religious fundamentalist, before he awoke to a definitive understanding of life, and subsequently composed this Holy Scripture.

      Having stated the above, the worship of the Personal Deity (“bhakti yoga”, in Sanskrit), is a legitimate spiritual path for the masses. However, the most ACCURATE understanding is monistic or non-dual (“advaita”, in Sanskrit). If one wishes to be even more pedantic, the ultimate understanding is beyond even the concept of nonduality, as the famous South Indian sage, Śri Ramana Maharishi, once so rightly proclaimed.

      As an aside or adjunct, it seems that virtually every religious organization, particularly those originating in Bhārata (India), claims to have been founded by an Avatar, but that’s simply wishful thinking on the part of their congregations. Only a great sage or World Teacher can POSSIBLY recognize an enlightened being, what to speak of an Incarnation of the Divine. The typical spiritual aspirant, even one who may seem to be a highly-exalted practitioner, has very little idea of what constitutes actual holiness. Frankly speaking, many famous (infamous?) religious leaders were some of the most vile and contemptible characters in human history, particularly in this Epoch of Darkness (“Kali Yuga”, in Sanskrit).

      “God is greater than God.”
      *************
      “Where there is Isness, there God is. Creation is the giving of isness from God. That is why God becomes where any creature expresses God.”
      *************
      “Theologians may quarrel, but the mystics of the world speak the same language.”
      *************
      “There is something in the soul that is so akin to God that it is one with Him… It has nothing in common with anything created.”
      *************
      “The knower and the known are one. Simple people imagine that they should see God as if he stood there and they here. This is not so. God and I, we are one in knowledge.”
      *************
      “The eye through which I see God is the same eye through which God sees me; my eye and God’s eye are one eye, one seeing, one knowing, one love.”
      Eckhart von Hochheim O.P. (AKA Meister Eckhart),
      German Roman Catholic Priest.

      “God is merely one of man’s concepts, a symbol used for pointing the way, to the Ultimate Reality, which has been mistaken for the Reality itself.
      The map has been mistaken for the actual territory.”
      *************
      “Worshippers may derive some sort of satisfaction or peace of mind, through worship of a concept such as God (created by themselves), but it is a futile process, from the viewpoint of experiencing one’s true nature.”
      Ramesh Balsekar,
      Indian Spiritual Teacher.

    • @*The World Teacher – Jagadguru Svāmī Vegānanda* didn’t read. Too long ,my eyes hurt.

    • @Tei Strlekar, go VEGAN 🌱

    • @Tei Strlekar I understand why you would be frustrated. I am curious, if you are here replying to someone’s comment, are you not also getting something valuable from this content? Is it fair to call someone an idiot because they have a different idea of someone that honesty, neither of you actually know personally?

    • @msrmb2000 well, i woukd say an idiot is someone who cant see reality for what it is – a dissociated person.
      Reality is brutal – rape, murder, bullying etc. And then freaks like Leo want to imagine the universe is “Love”. Wtf? How can you grt more delusional than that? Is raping a baby love? Or am i just not enlightened enough to see it? Have i just not taken enough DMT to be able to understand Leo’s teachings? Nah. I’m right, he’s wrong.

  5. Leo, I have loved you since I discovered you 7 years ago, I really love this material, I appreciate your genius mind!

    • I wonder if the algorithm considers when in the video you like. I wait for the climax.

  6. This is deep therapy, my soul and mind are forever helped and even healed, thank you deeply Leo 🙂

    • Parts are dual to wholes — holons are dual.
      Yin is dual to Yang.
      Absolute truth is dual to relative truth — Hume’s fork.
      Phenomenal (empirical, science) is dual to noumenal (rational, meta-science, transcendental) — Immanuel Kant.
      Mind (the internal soul, syntropy) is dual to matter (the external soul, entropy) — Descartes.
      Meta-science (Ideal, universal, holism) is dual to science (real, contingent, reductionism) — Kant & Descartes.
      Holistic science or absolute, objective science = the laws of physics, they are the same & equal for all observers everywhere — objective democracy.
      Science wins through consensus. Consensus = mutual agreement or objective democracy.
      The laws of physics conform to a principle of objective democracy — holistic science.
      The velocity of light is the same & equal for all observers — objective democracy.
      All objects fall at the same, equal rate (acceleration) in a gravitational field — Galileo describing objective democracy.
      Generalization (holism, syntropy) is dual to localization (parts, entropy).
      Integration (convergence, syntropy) is dual to differentiation (divergence, entropy).
      Syntropy (mind, prediction) is dual to increasing entropy (matter, information) — the 4th law of thermodynamics.
      Concepts are dual to percepts — the mind duality of Immanuel Kant.
      The intellectual mind/soul (concepts) is dual to the sensory mind/soul (percepts) — the mind duality of Thomas Aquinas.
      Mind duality is dual to matter duality.
      Matter duality: Bosons (waves) are dual to Fermions (particles) — quantum duality. Active matter (life) is dual to passive matter (atoms, forces).
      Being is dual to non-being creates becoming — Plato.

  7. Leo is teaching researchers how to improve their research. This video is also very valuable for researchers.

  8. Leo’s like “Sunday is a relative term, it’s the same as Thursday, it’s the same as everything. You are God.”

  9. Without this channel I would be gone. This is a masterpiece, this work you do Leo. I can’t even say how much it means to me.

  10. “The line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either – but right through every human heart…even within hearts overwhelmed by evil, one small bridgehead of good is retained. And even in the best of all hearts, there remains…an uprooted small corner of evil.” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

    • Good is the opposite of BAD.

      Evil is the opposite of HOLY.

  11. I guess I’ve found myself in a pretty dark Hell. I’ve never understood love as a concept. Its always been so distant from me, even at a young age. My mind jumps wildly back and forth from tactful focus to stagnant depression. I am alone in the world. Ironically, I thought selfish thinking was natural to humanity, thus I practiced it to maintain my place among humans. But now, I’m on the brink of suicide. Some days the precipice feels farther away, some days it feels like its right next to me. Maybe mental shift can save me, but I figure it will be like everything else.

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