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1. The world is a toilet bowl where everyone shits with their egoism, and someone from above presses the drain button around the clock, and flushes a huge number of people into the toilet, those who cannot be drained will survive. 2. 1. Here people can see the universe, inside a black hole in the space of passions. Chronosphere of a quantum leap of feelings from all lives. As if inside reincarnation and you see everything that was, all that you have is the past. The range of feelings that you have felt in all your lives. A palette of memories. It takes you to another universe. Into a new life. Bright colors of nostalgia, this is the wealth of the past. Warm tones where we felt good and cold tones where we felt bad. All this becomes unimportant when you become a spectator. Art gallery of all portraits of personalities with high acting. Life is a masterpiece when there are relatives. Eternity is romance. Through the time and space of the timing of life, we rush forward. 2. Natural selection and evolution by typing, and by pull. Love couples are formed by typing, success and good luck are obtained by typing. 3. 1. Genetics is the butcher of fate, everything here consists of errors. Time forms in a person a masterpiece of the quantum deformation of reality. 2. Art is the empathy of associations. 3. Real life is silence without thoughts, without dreams, without illusions. This is existence in reality. 4. Life is a meditation of romance, and a meditation of reality. Quantum vision through the thickness of the times of paradoxical lies. 5. Nature is the spiritual aesthetics of awareness. 3. 1. We live in an existential abstraction, a paradoxical illusion. The world is the result of the ugly imagination of selfishness. 2. Synesthesia of catharsis, forms the empathy of associations. It distorts reality and forms a simulacrum of reality, forms a gene transmutation of the chimera of thinking. 3. Replicants of our world, they think literally. 4. Lyrical jazz of life, pierces infinity, the world of people is the existential bottom of illusions, the utopia of hedonism of desires and temptations, like a meat grinder of thoughts, it destroys you so that you plunge into oblivion of emptiness. A world in which the design of the illusion is constantly changing. 5. The cold snow of reality, will cover with a blanket of humility, cool the warmth of sorrow and sadness with insensibility. 4. 1. Loving a mercantile woman is like loving a matrix machine. A machine cannot love only to consume. 2. We expect something from life, looking like a spectator like a prisoner. We are serving our term. Our consciousness is aging, and the subconscious is becoming richer in paradoxes. What life consists of soft notes or rough notes. It is sensual tenderness in hope. Life is an expectation of the realization of meaning in life. We peer into the world in which we build ourselves gigantic problems out of lies. We shape the world from lies. This is our main building material. Consciousness pierces the infinity of nonsense in reincarnation. The darkness of the emptiness of the past as a great canalization of the paradoxes of the subconscious. We mostly act unconsciously. 1. Form yourself Body like children's plasticine, become such a man so that girls and women have a natural fire between their legs, so that trousers are on fire with excitement. The same applies to girls, the more your shape, that is, the bait you are more likely to get married. 2. Cybernetics of etiquette The danger is that the robotization of the formal hypocrisy of the selfish world is developing. The cybernetics of selfish etiquette, where one will unlearn compassion and even cry, everyone will only smile politely while committing an unconscious sin that is the result of hopeless despair. 3. Around you there are a lot of ironic gifts in which there may be a hypocritical sarcasm of approval. Gifts of Fate and they all tick and only a few of them will not explode and cripple you. Be sure to save those that talk about your family and children. 4. Wild anger enveloped in chains of patience, red-hot with the fire of rage. Abstinence is the highest human feeling. You must live a life without anger, shackling him in the arms of nobility and love, and then the hellish flame of anger will turn into a steel of peace. Anger is painful because it is a delusion devoid of any sense of justice, it does not give you respect or a sense of satisfaction from justice, only a contemptible shame in front of higher powers. Anger is an unnecessary feeling of the mind and heart, it is a fire that burns the soul and defiles memory. Anger is the product of new grievances, dramas, and tragedies. Live only one life without anger, and the vicious circle of self-deception, the wheel of samsara and reincarnation of déjà vu, the whole life as an inadequate sleep will stop, and you will wake up in paradise, the same life will stop repeating itself. 5. Cyber ​​Animatronics In all this cyber illusion of the human world, the animatronic work ethic needs to be lubricated with the machine oil of the humanity of empathy. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich

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Everyone lies. It's not a sad fact, I don't think. Barely even a fact at all. Just...a reality. Something that was always true and will always continue to be true. It's something we all accept, whether we want to admit it or not. We all lie. Every one of us. And it's not just a one-time thing either. It's constant. We do it over and over again. And why wouldn't we? Parents lie to their kids, teach them how to lie right back to them, breeding a new generation of people born into distortion, born into a world of deceit and falsehood disguised as reality. And what can you expect from them? Can you really expect them to turn out pure and innocent when they're constantly being fed their parents' inventions, their teachers' stories? They pick up on those things. I did, at least. Maybe it was just me, though. It's not something you grow out of. As you get older, you keep on lying. You lie about everything, to everyone, at one point or another. You lie about your career when your parents ask how happy you are staying in your dead-end office cubicle counting down the seconds until you can go home and start the cycle of monotony over again. You lie to your spouse promising you'll love them till the end of time, not realizing that sooner or later, that love will run out. And not just for them, for anyone and anything. It never lasts. Nothing does. You lie to strangers when they ask you what you believe, what you pray to, what you curse when things don't work out, spouting some scripted verse you learned as a child and stapled into your head, reciting lines you don't really understand to people you don't really care about, if only to convince yourself that you really do have a clue, that you aren't just flying blind in a sea of the unknown. And then there are the lies that stand out over all the others. The lies we tell ourselves. There's something different about them, something...bitter. Lies you tell to other people, they breeze in, announce themselves and then float right back out. They never linger in your head for longer than it took to talk to the person, discarding themselves as unimportant the second that person leaves your line of sight, never to be seen or thought of again. But the lies we tell ourselves, they don't leave. They don't breeze right back out. They linger, hover before your eyes, tracing over each and every detail until it's burned in your head, until you can recreate it over and over again with perfect precision, not a single word out of place, until that lie has completely overtaken you, washing away anything and everything until it is all that remains. Until it is nothing but the truth. Those lies are the most powerful...the most dangerous. Because unlike the lies we throw at others, the lies we tell ourselves are so much louder, so much brighter, so much more painful. When you can't live with what's in front of you, so you have to create something else, a new reality for you to live in and accept as truth. Because it is the truth. It's the truth you want. And at the end of the day...what else matters? Certainly not the little fib you woke up telling yourself. After all, what harm can come from one little lie? In hindsight, we both should have known it could never be that simple.

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