Attempting to Exercise Current Virtue to Appease the Current Sins of the Past

Never go grocery shopping when your hungry.

Homer Simpson’s father Abe gave Homer advice on time travel on Homer’s and Marge’s wedding day.

The “Butterfly Effect” is and has been the model of societal control since humans first realized they can monetize past aggressions. The constant push and pull, the lack of standardization and the convenient virtues are ever changing. Like technology, current virtue is always made obsolete within the blink of an eye. Manifesting the idea of the “old ways” that is often in direct contrast with the new “informed” way.

All that is needed is to manipulate the masses. Whether through shame or pride, education and re-education. Winners and losers, never concrete always evolving, wholly dependent on who is interpreting.

The unintended and intended consequences of always attempting to right a past wrong are guaranteed to ensure the “problem” is never truly addressed or solved.

Problems = Profits.

Again, never go grocery shopping on an empty stomach. You are almost assuredly guaranteed to overspend and miss the staples of health and balance. Hunger will always lead you astray. Hunger always turns a want into a need.

The prophets of man made salvation and approved enlightenment peddle virtue for their own wallets.

When they proclaim that it is not about the money or the billet, simply look to their pay wall and their need for constant protection.


19 thoughts on “Attempting to Exercise Current Virtue to Appease the Current Sins of the Past

  1. A past wrong can never be righted. The past is the past is the past. It’s definitely a good place to look if you want to have a discussion on what was done well and what could be done better and what should be avoided. A discussion, not a debate, not a power struggle to be “right”, not a contest to win, a discussion.
    It’s okay to go shopping when you’re hungry if you go when they’re giving out free samples💖😉😂

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Wow, Nova, very profound and true. We are only allowed to see what has been funded and approved.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          You’re so right Nova. Everything is and has always been about sales and marketing. Not just in the supermarket, but especially in society.

  2. Times when the Simpsons were actually funny were simpler times…
    Going to the store when you’re hungry is a terrible idea. I can vouch for that.
    We don’t solve problems, because it’s more profitable to come up with a million different band-aid ideas.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Exactly right Goldie. If a problem doesn’t call for individual responsibility, rather instead demands societal disruption, it’s a money maker for generations to come.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Once you invite the vampire into your home, there is no turning back. You are either free or you are not. Fractions of freedom, is not true freedom.

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