The myth of the good people

The daily “rising of the chattering thoughts”, the voices we use in our heads, is merely the “court” that happens within our psyche every bloody single day…

It’s not just to be taken metaphorically, but rather realistically: there is a court in our mind which functions every day… in which we have the judge as the conditioned authoritarian figure we call “my personality” (aka: my mnemonic identity), the accusers as our chattering/gossiping/confabulator thoughts, the members of the jury as our memories, the witnesses/public as the images we created in regard of the abstract prejudicial idea/fear on “what other people say/think about us”… and our intelligence as the defendant, frightened to think freely… indeed accused of crimes known as the movements of intelligence toward the exit of the cage of beliefs, values, dogmatisms, morality, normality and conditioning’s of all kind..

The problem is that we all have been educated in, through and by the psychosocial image aimed to turn us into “good people”… and because of the everlasting urge to nourish and purchasing such a syncopated idea of goodness, regardless of the way through which one thinks to get it… whether materialistically, politically, ideologically, spiritually, philosophically, intellectually, metaphysically, “nonsensically”… we became stupid and psychologically unbalanced… unable to detect how it’s so bloody obvious how the opposite of goodness is not violence… but rather intelligence… while goodness is merely an ignorant and violent sophistry… a symphony of manipulation…