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"It's all retch and no vomit." I didn't know this picturesque expression. The guy is damn right. Parents torture their kids to adapt to a consumer lifesryle to justify their own choice of a miserable life.
Nice words but... I do what I want to do (working with childrens and animals)- No much money in that at all...And it is a problem in our society, I acknowledge that.
@abasanian You know that's a very good point because any idea in its purest form is bound to have problems. But if you just take what he says to a degree that resonates with you, I'm sure you can find value. For instance, almost everyone has 1 hour per day to work on their passions or at least towards them on some scale. I would make an amendment to the narrator. If you can't do what you love all the time, then push yourself to the point at which you can go to sleep peacefully at night thinking. More... okay I gave it my best. Less..
This is a genius video; it seems so simple and yet in reality is a rather difficult concept to follow. In many way it echoes the teachings of the Buddha, as desire leads to suffering.
Don't become a pleb in this consumerist machine we call society.
Be above it.
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