It is both flattering and embarrassing to be called an intellectual more frequently these days and to hear how many people I inspire. Even when some of those people do not dare to come out of the woods and declare their support publicly.
I have received hundreds of glowing accolades, some of which I published in the past. Until the sheer volume made it look like I was too full of myself. I sincerely appreciate every one of them, helping deal with the loneliness of operating at a new and higher normalization of truth.
In the words of Albert Einstein, I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious and tenacious. Curious as to why the constructs humanity has built to manage itself do quite the opposite of promoting human excellence. Tenacious as to embrace nature’s truth.
I get asked frequently if and when I think the world will adopt my operating-system for humanity, suggesting that kind of fundamental change will face a lot of resistance. Perhaps, is my answer. There I use Christopher Hitchens’ wise words; I am not in the conversion business.
I can only tell you what the best proxy of nature’s truth, given what we know today, should look like.
My proximal development and curiosity led me to the discovery humanity’s operating procedures are broken and violate nature’s principles at every turn. I am not responsible for the expansion of someone else’s proximal development, or lack thereof. I understand full well how many people are held hostage by the very flawed constructs that pay them a living.
I am not in the business of persuasion, I am in the business of connecting the dots and telling the truth of how nature exposes it to us. When you realize, on your own terms, how humanity is digging its own grave by acting in violation of nature’s principles you come to me.
Until then, keep feasting your brain here.