Jan Cox Talk 0575

Life Needs Man to Be Annoyed


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#575 Nov 24, 1989 – 1:06
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :05. A Real Explorer should ask himself this question: “Why should I put up with anything I don’t like, unless it’s absolutely necessary (i.e., minimally required for survival)?” This is impossible for men in general, but possible for an individual here and there to effect. The Real Explorer doesn’t have to take the “bad with the good”—the bad ceases to exist when he refused to put up with it. Humanity is not wired to walk away from their problems, yet a better solution doesn’t exist. Even to walk away physically won’t get it for an ordinary man because he carries it with him in his brain activity, i.e., can’t stop thinking about it, suffering over it.

There are things that Life needs man to do, like being annoyed with each other; this is all Secondary Level activity. Individuals here and there cannot participate.

Note that “cure-alls” such as “do unto others” and “education would help everybody” do not cure all. The reverse of abandoning what you don’t like is to actually effect the obvious cure – i.e., treat others as yourself, or in fact educate everybody.


For NP: Neuralize why you should put up with anything you don’t like (unless it is necessary)?