That is what they advised, ‘get to know yourself.” Well he had gotten to know himself pretty well. Yet he continued to wonder, how one could get to know themselves completely, when man did not fully comprehend things like freewill and and no will. Just the single thought on that, made his brain halt certain chemical production, which in turn depressed his mind. Ironic. No! because that is not what ironic means.
They advised him, that he appreciate the things he has in life, but that turned out to be in terms of economic consumption of goods. The very question of what people want out of life, is changed when you look at life in terms of pain. Example; Davidian and Adriana are taking a stroll in the forest, giving their hearts and minds the peace of the great out doors, when they were attached by a gang of thugs.
Davidian was kicked and punched to within and inch of his life, Adriana was only punched to within a meter of her. Can we really reconcile Adriana pains by saying, think of poor Dave and his battling for life.
He grabbed some chalk and drew a line altering the course of the story, thinking to himself, that is the jest of poverty. The agents are not concerned with scarcity of product, they are dealing with pain alleviation. Poverty was the side of life where the goal was to end pain(No wonder the poor engage in vices to temporary ease their pain). The answer on this side life 42= pain, vices =pain relief. On the other side of the poverty where the normal people lived, 42 = Stuff. Room is empty, put some furniture. Furniture has no purpose, point it towards a screen. Connect the screen to a million channels. Get a screen to the world wide web. Open a Facebook account, find a thousand people and call them friends. Put together a collection of pictures, that show how much stuff, you doing with your life.
Blah blah blah, at least your heart it beating.
This story is about car accidents and the people who arrive to steal from the injured.
This story is about, how the ‘Man of God”, gives your tithes to the Lord.
It deals with why God wants your money, and only blesses you when you give him money.
It tells of Gods fascination with man made money, and what God uses the money on.
It explains why the tithe collector never has to account to tithe givers how much is collected.
It goes on to explore, how the man of God takes advantage of the Placebo effect.
It examines the life of the tithe collector and how they are able to sleep at night. And importantly
it ask important questions, like why do tithe collectors call themselves men of God?
Why do tithe collectors have more money then you. Why are tithe collectors so wealthy?
Why don’t the Jews tithe.