Illuminati, Reptilian shape shifters, Russian collusion. All of these ideas are mysterious, shrouded in uncertainty. And therefore, you run into the hedge maze of confusion. You search here and there to no avail. And yet you continue…all because a charlatan sold you an abstract idea.

In academia, we have the mental masturbation of a Noam Chomsky or a David Foster Wallace. Men who are applauded for their ability to confuse. The more they confound, the more praise they receive. What degeneracy! They lead us into a nowhere place, filling our soul with air.

Focusing your attention of what is mysterious makes you ignore what is obvious.

So what is obvious then? The beauty of nature….the waves crashing on a distant shore. The wind as it whistles on a fern-rich forest. The river stream as it runs from a peak into a lush valley floor. The fawn as it suckles on her mother’s teet.

In music, we have Mozart. In poetry, we have Neruda. In architecture, we have the castles that line the European countryside. They’re real and tangible. Accessible to the common man by virtue of a universal life essence. They elevate the human soul.

The GREAT MAN speaks directly to the heart of his audience. He elevates the spirit world of his fellow man…and he shuns mysterious abstraction!

See Related Article: On the Dangers of Sophistry

7 thoughts on “Focusing Your Attention on What is Mysterious Makes You Ignore What is Obvious

  1. Focusing your attention of what is mysterious makes you ignore what is obvious.
    ……..

    I’ve always considered my middling level IQ a blessing for pretty much just that reason

  2. People often build a much more elaborate model of something than what is needed for the sake showing their supposed awesomeness while deliberately attempting to confuse the situation

    1. Indeed FB. Generally speaking, the ambiguous explanations should be viewed with extreme suspicion. They are often the work of devious/jealous/confused minds, looking to place obstacles in front of ambitious men.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s