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Do You Truly Know What Morality Is?
Reactions to yesterday’s post with amazing photographic proof of my evolution in strength, business, and whirlwind sexual activity have given rise to the need for a primer on morality. So here goes. I shall now blow your mind and provide the most powerful life-changing principle you could possibly ever encounter.
Most people think they understand what morality is, but in reality, they’re missing the mark. When asked, they’ll offer a simple definition: “Well, it’s the difference between good and evil,” which is only partially accurate. They may also claim that morality is what God decrees, what Jesus, Jehovah, Buddha, or Confucius taught, or what’s inscribed in holy texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Vedas, or the Bhagavad-Gita, among other ancient writings.
However, a genuine comprehension of morality begins with the recognition that all these narratives and texts—or the interpretations offered by various authorities, both religious and secular, including gurus, teachers, and so on—are not actually providing the source of morality itself. Instead, they’re offering interpretations, translations, explanations, reconstructions, or simply a set of laws and edicts.
Many people don’t look beyond what the legislature dictates. They equate what is moral with what is legal, and what is immoral with what is illegal. This perspective is profoundly shallow.
The principle that I am going to reveal to you in this post is simple; yet, it’s difficult to grasp because it challenges the very foundations of society and civilization. It stands in opposition to all institutional authority on the planet—be it the church, the state, non-governmental bureaucracies, the courts, the legislatures, the executives, or even the dictators. There’s a good reason for the moralistic propaganda, and once you understand the principle, you’ll have an epiphany. You’ll realize why things are the way they are.
What I’m referring to is the crux of the matter…as in T-H-E. There is nothing more fundamental for humans than this principle. It’s imperative to understand that the very concept of morality often rests in the hands of those who exert authority over us, be it through influence, a carrot and stick approach, or control over our daily bread and circuses—the ones who produce the television shows we watch, the movies we see, the art and photographs we admire. Morality is implicit in everything because it’s part of who we are as human beings; it’s what differentiates us from other animals. Morality is the central theme of this blog and the basis of all of The 114 No Pill Advantages—or, as you might say, the 114 No-Fake-Moral-Narrative Advantages.
I will discuss the two fundamental sides of moral civilization, which will illuminate the two-sides antagonism we see everywhere. Then, I’ll move on to a unifying principle of morality, defined. The significance of this principle lies in its unifying nature; once known and understood, it becomes something upon which everyone can agree. This is precisely why it must not be known or understood by the vast majority—or, shall we say, the voters.
We’ll then examine how this principle plays out in politics and social antagonism, both generally and with some specific examples. The power of this principle is immense, and understanding it is crucial for a deeper comprehension of the forces that shape our lives and our world.
Finally, how can this new principal knowledge of principle help you in practical terms? This in an art. It’s also a discipline and once you begin using its power, you’ll quickly see just how easy it is to go off track by emotionally reacting in moralist ways to things, rather than in the light of objective morality.
You will be hard-pressed to find anything like this anywhere on the Internet. Sure, you can find pieces of it in various niches and specialties, but I don’t do specialization; I do generalization. I generalize and synthesize so that what I say, and what you learn from me, can be widely applied to whatever it is you’re doing—be it your goals, aspirations, dreams, or the commitments you have. But I’ll also say this: you’re free to relax and not worry about it. This isn’t a matter of life or death.
In fact, one of the things I’m going to show you is how objective morality isn’t really absolute—which may sound like a contradiction, but it’s not. What I’m talking about is a better morality. More so than simply moral versus immoral, humanity is, by nature, a moral species with moral agency and the socio-political antagonism is not about making you immoral…it’s about stripping you of your natural agency to determine what’s god or bad; right or wrong; just or unjust; fair or unfair; produced or destroyed; and on and on.
If it were not so—that we’re moral being and agents—given our capacity to choose our own path, we could not exist.
What I can promise and guarantee to you is this: once you understand and integrate this, and practice thinking about everything in society and how this applies, it will change your life. Let me tell you how that happened for me. At the age of 30, I found myself sitting on my couch in Toulon, France, and I began reading lots of classics in philosophy and history. As I read, something began connecting the dots. I noticed that, in large part, these intellectuals operate on a different understanding of morality than that possessed by the typical member of society at large.
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