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10.6320.     AR AR

Lies and truth are inseparable, because an imperfect lie protects an ideal truth from destruction.  The ideal truth is too fragile to exist in the real world.  Truth is when there is nothing superfluous, the destruction of any element of it will break everything.  But there is nothing wrong with this, because there is always a lie ready to take the vacant place.

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10.34876.     AR AR

Perfection breeds fear, for the slightest change in the external environment will lead to the extinction of the perfect.  Perfection is always obsessed with the thirst for power, so as not to allow any changes around it.  In this sense, perfection is monstrously vulnerable.  One awkward movement, one accident, and the proud man falls into the pit.

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10.50844.     AR AR

Brittle is a crystal, one whole piece that collapses all at once.  Antifragile is a decentralized system consisting of many mutually beneficial cells that can act both independently and in a group.

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10.62181.     AR AR

I am perfect in small things and that is enough for me.  Moreover, as the size of objects increases, its ideality becomes more fragile and imperfect.

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10.62298.     AR AR

An ideal crystal can be arbitrarily large, but ideality does not exist.  Therefore, the larger the homogeneous crystal, the more vulnerable and brittle it is.

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10.66313. The principle of non-ideality.     AR AR

Ideality should be avoided.  Error is humility, flexibility and tolerance.  Ideality is cruelty, not humanity, tyranny.  More  but ideality is stupidity, because it is inflexible, fragile and it does not have armor and a protective fat layer of excess.  Excess not only protects the system, but is also the raw material for growth and sacrifice. 

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10.69859. A restless man.     AR AR

The pursuit of tranquility is the pursuit of the ideal.  Narcissistic personalities create the illusion of an ideal and thus achieve peace, but such peace is very unstable and accompanied by great inner anxiety.  Illusions are very fragile.  Any attempt to change ideal values and drives generates anxiety.

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10.75890.     AR AR

In fact, perfection is a problem.  You can really try to be perfect and spend a lot of energy on it.  And thus, for your money, create problems for yourself.  And you can relax and not try to be perfect, save a lot of energy and enjoy life, avoiding the rain of problems.

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10.75919.     AR AR

The person is perfect, but he has a problem that you can't stand, for example, he smokes and doesn't want to quit.  I see the root of the problem in ideality.  If he stops smoking, then he will become perfect, and it will be a disaster, because the ideal will turn into its opposite and it will destroy love.

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10.82788.     AR AR

 

The difference between the good real and the best ideal devil is that the good forgives us our sins and imperfections, and the ideal devil does not forgive the sins of others.  Next to the devil, you need to be perfect, you can not deceive and disappoint him.

 

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10.83110. The time-eater.     AR AR

The ideal is very tedious.  When everything is perfect, everything happens very quickly and intensively, even there is no time to rest.  The ideal devours all the time available to it. 

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10.83117.     AR AR

Perfection is very tedious.  I noticed that the more a person craves the ideal, the more intense and exhausting the running of the squirrel in the wheel becomes.  As they say, not a moment of peace.  In conditions of such overexertion, peace and relaxation turn into a super-value.

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10.83144.     AR AR

You complicate everything for yourself, wanting everything to be perfect.  Ideality is very difficult and difficult.

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10.83244.     AR AR

The addict wants a buzz, wants everything to be perfect, as he wants, and he is constantly being broken off.  This is the essence of the nature of being.  The world was created in order to pacify the pride of people who want too much.  They plan everything perfectly.  And providence breaks off their horns so that life doesn't seem like a raspberry.

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10.83305.     AR AR

The problem with idealism is that it generates delusional super-valuable ideas that are very aggressive and intolerant of any dissent.

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10.83396.     AR AR

The danger of a very good thing is that it provokes an overkill, after which everything breaks down.  Thus, the ideal is unstable and provokes greedy hunger and stupidity.  You want too much good more and more, which provokes overkill and destruction.

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10.83527.     AR AR

The problem with the ideal is that it provokes greed.  You want more all the time, and at some point you make a fatal mistake and go overboard, after which heaven turns into hell, and everything collapses.

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10.83570.     AR AR

Children who fall out of love tend to lie a lot to justify their ideality.  If they love me, then I'm perfect, and I can't be imperfect.  Imperfection causes such children excruciating suffering.

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10.83675.     AR AR

The ideal generates a strong buzz and suicidal thoughts.  The point is that a strong buzz sets a very high bar for pleasure, against which the whole world fades.  Getting used to the buzz quickly happens, and it is no longer possible to return to the previous level of buzz.  Life without a buzz becomes gray, unbearable and loses its meaning. There is no energy, depression, I don't want to live.

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10.83726.     AR AR

The ideal is something devoid of life and change.  The ideal is a moment, it is a picture.  Inside the ideal, everything is unchangeable.  There is no joy inside the ideal, but it is joyful to look at the ideal from the outside.

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