trying to remain anonymous makes us fearful of being our self with~in our inner dialogue in hope’s that our mistake’s will be taken lightly because we can write them off as not being that person(no witness, other then our own consciousness, but what if our thought’s are what write code in our open source bio~technological platform), thus creating alternate persona’s and not growing as our true self.
createcreatecreate never look back. never add the convolution of conspiring in an illusion you are not doing things out of the pureness of your heart when you are. Believe. Over-think things with a positive intention because you might not get anywhere ever with it but you do not decline in rational thought. If you branch an idea out to ponder the existence of truth of said idea and it doesn’t work then start from the last saved check-point, at least you tried, and trying is life
@josephm, Whatever that abomination in the picture is, it’s fucking scary.
Is it some famous alter ego of some guy who can’t keep it real?
There are many practical things about being anonymous too, yknow. Especially when teaching. People tend to become fans and haters of those who speak up, and that makes them fucking dumb and delusional, and that makes it hard to reach them.
Just think of icons like Krishna, Jesus, The Buddha, etc. There’s myriads of people who worship them, but none of them heed their advice. And there are a lot of haters too, who will conclude that anything said by these teachers is bullshit. Even when it’s something they really know to be great stuff.
That’s just an extreme example, all interaction with other people will be tainted by how you perceive eachother and what you remember about eachother. With anonymity, this is wiped and that allows for a much more intellectual approach to communication.
Unfortunately though, most people are just asshats who see anonymity as an opportunity to do all the stupid shit they’re too cowardly to do for real. People who won’t stand up for themselves always end up terrorizing people mentally, one way or another.
It’s all about intention. If you want anonymity because it lets you hide and pretend, that sucks. If you consider anonymity a tool that can sometimes enhance communication/collaboration, that’s fucking sweet.