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Updated: Feb 14, 2022

How can you make someone see that the core idea on which they built their whole life and identity is a falsehood? How can you make someone see that they have benefited for decades from a shared delusion? How can you make someone see that every system of abuse depends on the willing denial of its existence by the persons who benefit from it? How can you make someone see that however long and with however many others they have believed something, that belief does not need to be true? How can you make someone see that it is simply idiotic to constantly, endlessly, ad nauseam claim that everyone who questions their belief system is a force of evil? How can you make someone see that reality does not depend on who says something, but on facts? How can you make someone see that they are part of a cult with a delusional but very fervently shared and repeated cult narrative? How can you make someone see they have been privileged when the privilege itself depends on the denial of the privilege? How can you make someone see that rationality is the only way to make sense of reality, when they have made it their life's goal to vilify rationality? How can you make someone see that there is no meaningful discussion to be had when reality is interpreted as the complete opposite situation? How can you make someone see the one thing they don't want to see, and would rather die than see? How can you make someone see that which is in front of their eyes, but which they hate so deeply that they are absolutely terrified of the sheer notion of admitting that it might actually exist? How can you make someone see if they would rather stab everyone's eyes out than actually have to see the one thing they are desperately denying? I'm convinced you can't. You can only put things out there, to be taken or left. Apart from that, people will either have the openness to have experiences that challenge their beliefs, or not. It is their choice, their path. We are not responsible for the consequences of other people's beliefs and choices. Not even in Auroville.




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