The Weakness Of Strength

I wrote this some time ago, So I apologise if It is poorly written!

In the current world, we place a great deal of value on strengh, or being more powerful than someone else. But over the years I have noticed something rather strange.

You know those people who have had thing taken from them? Perhaps their sight, or a limb? But rather than it destroying them, It defines them. It’s quite facinating. like what happens when one is blinded, for example. Your senses become more attuned to compensate for the loss. Or perhaps the blind seer, or the wounded healer?
These are very old archetypes that most should be familiar with. Ask yourself, would you ever have learned empthaty if you didn’t know pain? I think not. The other thing is that humans are lazy. the more power they have, the less they give it their all. so when someone says: “look how well they are doing in spite of their weakness/disadvantage, you all should be ashamed of yourselves!”
I can’t tell you how many times I have heard that said. But it is because of it, not in spite of it. let me tell you about video games and how I think are a great way of understanding reality. After all, If this Material Matrix Is an illusion, what better way to understand it than to enter another?
So many people play these games and are desperate to make sure they are as strong as possible (min-maxing, Dedicated “builds)”. But strength makes you complacent, lazy. It will be your undoing. The sin of Pride, I suppose. That is another timeless tale, of the pride and the fall. So many Motifs and memories. Memes and all these thing. The Collective unconcious is littered with such tales.
But I digress. Let me tell you of a game I used to play. It was a free to play game called warframe. And Well, in it your had these Cybernetic suits called Warframes (big Suprise, I know!). But there was one in particuar called Rhino. A strong, Tanky Character that had an ability to put up a shield to absorb incredible amounts of damage. But the strange thing was, That it had no time limit, no downsides to it. It was entitrely benificial.Brizingr5-_Rhino8
Well, on paper, that is. You see, when I used it, I became Slow and sluggish. Unwilling to exert any more energy than I needed to. And Because of this, It did have a price. The price of no price, which is a price in and of itself.
Like when something is free. Everyone is suspect of it’s quality and no longer value it as much. So let me quote myself and whoever said it before me: “Everything has a price, including none at all.” Although Other players did not seem to be as affected, because I am a gentle soul, and every time I try annd kill in a game I feel resistance and always apologise. So I don’t play them anymore. But That Is the paradox of the two serpents, ying and yang, Male and female, Subjective and objective, left and right. They are all the same. Ying Feeds yang, Yang creates yin. They are not seperate.
Forever entined, wrapped in their fate, lost to time, the meaning of life. Left and right, it’s all the same.
What happens when you take all the contrast out of a picture? You lose all depth. 3d reality ceases to exist. You know newton’s 3rd law of motion? well, that was ripped straight out of hermetic plilosophy (which can be traced back to atlantis, by the way), which I have quoted below:
IV. THE PRINCIPLE OF POLARITY.
“Everything is Dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same;opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree; extremes meet; all truths are but half-truths; allparadoxes may be reconciled.”–The Kybalion.
VI. THE PRINCIPLE OF CAUSE AND EFFECT.
“Every Cause has its Effect; every Effect has its Cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is but a name for Law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law.”–The Kybalion
Well, I’m running out of inspiration, or am no longer writing in-spirit. Well, the subject of entolomology and language or Spell-ing will have to wait for another time. Thanks for reading, and best of luck to you all in your endeavors.

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