3.93. After the explosion.     AR AR

Degradation  can  go  on  and  on  and  the  very  fact  that  our  universe  exists  proves  it.

Voorwoord: Варвара Учеваткина


10.6917.     AR AR

According   to   Syntalism,   man   was   banished   from   Paradise   for   humane   reasons,   because   Paradise   and   reason   are   incompatible.   In   Paradise,   the   mind   degrades   and   dies.   The   mind   is   that   which   overcomes   problems   and   obstacles.   In   conditions   of   complete   relaxation,   higher   fungi   degrade   and   turn   into   single-celled   fungi,   a   typical   example   of   this   is   yeast.

Voorwoord: SD


10.7341. Don't relax, or he'll move out.     AR AR

Fear is necessary not to relax, because if you relax, you will degrade into a yeast fungus and dissolve in alcohol.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.9201.     AR AR

Let's be honest, people settled around the world and evolved not from a good life, but rather from despair.  The question was: either progress and evolution, or death.  The good life only degrades people.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.9274.     AR AR

War and conflict are the same engine of progress as competition, the mother of the economy.  Just as the economy will die and degrade without competition, so human civilization will degrade without conflict.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.9709.     AR AR

Parents love their children, even if they beat them and don't allow them to do anything.  So is God.  The task of God is to make a God out of a person, and not allow it to degrade into a single-celled one.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.11139.     AR AR

Perfection leads to unity, because perfection is not possible in everything at once.  You can choose one or more things and become perfect at it.  Everything else will automatically degrade and a vulnerability will arise.  The perfect need to unite, because they are very weak and vulnerable when they are alone.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.11456. Your own love.     AR AR

If you draw love only from the outside world, a person will atrophy his own love, and he will turn into a typical neurotic idealist, empty as a pitcher, full of fear and dependent on external love, on someone else's opinion, outwardly smiling and kind, but inside rotten and rotten.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.11717.     AR AR

I have noticed that things are going much better if you refrain from constantly monitoring them.  Endless checks cause things to fall apart.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18010.     AR AR

From an overabundance of ease and difficulty, a person degrades, but one who is moderate and unhurried grows.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18471.     AR AR

You should not just choose the easy, but make the heavy easy.  It is said, " Love your enemy and he will become a friend."  If you just do a lung, you will weaken and degrade.  Moreover, you are weak and helpless, surrounded on all sides, squeezed by enemies, and you will perish from fear.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18936.     AR AR

Love or fear gives form to a person's life, losing love, losing fear... a person will lose form, morally decompose and lose the meaning of life.  Such meanings of life as the search for pleasure or serenity will quickly turn a person into a yeast mushroom.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18998.     AR AR

The dependent person is automatically degraded.  Weakness breeds fear, laziness, illusions, and pain.  This state of Affairs provokes in the dominant active personality a sense of duty and a desire to take care of the weak.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.19647.     AR AR

Truth (absolute)  this is a kind of integrity that has reached a critical mass and divided itself into an infinite number of new forms.  It is impossible to know the truth, because the truth is the whole real world, which is infinite, because the division of the absolute can take place indefinitely.  In fact, what you call the evolution of the system is the continuing degradation and disintegration of the system from a simple and unified absolute to some sophisticated and very complex forms.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


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