Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Unrealistic matters

I just went to the supermarket and bought 3 bags of chips, each with a different flavor. Then I started to think about how I need to fit my personality to my goals. I then thought, why can't one go to the supermarket and buy leadership-enhanced chips, or get a soda that increases your discipline? I stopped myself and reversed the idea that came to my head: "my thoughts are so much detached from reality."

Reality and the physical world is what is detached from our minds. This kind of thinking is simply incorrect, and is often embraced by children, blind visionaries, or criminals. But this idea could enhance how we feel about our unrealistic dreams that other call us naive for!

The thing is that we are constantly pressured to respect reality, and the rules the govern economics, social structure, psychology, and everything. This is why it's hard for a lot of people to perform one essential human activity, to imagine. This is sad; without imagination people are just machines, and we saw during the industrial age how ugly it is for people to be machines!

Our minds are beautiful, and the unrealistic things that come from it are too, and deserve lots of our respect.