Let go of fear and feelings of inferiority, and we will get somewhere, really. Sure, we read this beginning sentence after I write it, but we are not reading into it. Most of us will sneak and “tip-toe” through the tulips on that concept. That means that we will be afraid to practice that idea to some extent however deeply and meaningfully we read that concept, sometimes especially when we read it deep enough to practice it. When I wrote that first sentence, even I was like for a millisecond, honestly: “Wow, where did that come from?” Everyone and everything at some level loves its comfort zone, and when we go above or below that comfort zone, fear and inferiority will rear its ugly head (or tail). Some people rise above it, some people do not rise above it, but when things happen, it is there.
The best we can do with all those feelings is to let them go, destroy them or whatever we can do to get right with ourselves, because our comfort zone is just an illusion. The reality is that everything is possible in existence, and in objective reality there are no comfort zones, just reality. Wayne W. Dyer called them all Erroneous Zones, and I see why now. The error is thinking that reality comes down to what we think it is, purely. Reality is everything in existence including God and Nature, purely, not what we want to think it is. Also, genuinely trying to please anyone other than yourself is a closed book and dead weight reality that does not have value. Why? When you realize that life is within you, and nowhere else, you are working with something living, and not toward a reality that does not have value.
I was watching the last “Happy Days” episode made in 1984, depicting the year 1972, when the character Richie Cunningham punched “the Fonz”/Arthur Fonzarelli character, and before Richie punched “the Fonz”/Arthur Fonzarelli, Richie talked to him about how he pleased everyone else but himself, and was a perfect soldier, and had everyone else depending on him and drank beer to drown his sorrows, but when Richie Cunningham realized the reality of the situation, he snapped back to all right with a better understanding of how reality works. Sure, you can serve others, but you cannot have illusions about it.
Realistically, you must always face yourself, not others. Avoiding yourself fearfully is the key to failure. Success is courage. Create your character without fear of reality and you will genuinely get somewhere. After all, playing God is the ultimate comfort zone, and just that, playing God. Being a complete and real person is just that, being a complete and real person. Those two sentences are the key to avoiding cults, guilt traps and genuine weakness. Develop strength from within genuinely in a genuinely “boot strap” or initializing way that does it step by step and you will get somewhere genuinely.
So, I end with a personal example: I face blocks and frustration like everyone else and pay the same prices, and do work like everyone else. My big flaw when I get angry with myself is that I even have momentary envy of a celebrity like O.J. Simpson (before the murders when he had people respecting him and worshipping him like he could “not do wrong” by reality). I mean, I feel like just the opposite of what he seemed to be: I am “weird”, taciturn, “nerdy”, “strange”, and overly rational and “realistic” about life at times. I even shun being “a public hero” or whatever. Also, I live like a monk when it comes to women, I am not homosexual or anything, I just want meaningful and friendly relationships when I do relate to women. In short, O.J. Simpson “looks like a winner”, and when I get angry with myself for my realistic and “slow-cooked” viewpoint, frustration should set in, but I do not let it. I know what is up fully, and I make myself all right with it. Is that not all our cases?
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