Page 1- Preface
Page 2- Introduction
Page 4- Section 1: Welcome to Not Nothing
Page 6- Section 2: Destruction and Building
Page 35- Section 3: Power, Biology, and Society
Page 62- Section 4: A World Completely Off the Mark
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“Fundamental destructive tendencies given our free will in a meaningless existence are a lack of self-control, cowardice, a lack of wonder, and a lack of sense of humor. Without courage, self-control, wonder and/or humor the individual and society disintegrates. A lack of those four things leads people to wrath, depression, madness, hedonism, and ignorance.”

“Existing produces mental and physical suffering. Other people or society as a whole can exacerbate suffering produced by existing. The source of this mental and physical suffering is powerlessness. An individual that feels powerless may reject the conditions that produce the powerlessness and retaliate through wrath as an attempt to gain power. The attempt to gain power through wrath is either the attempt to supersede the powerlessness by trying to obtain all the power one can get (which indirectly creates destructiveness in the individual and society), or the direct destruction of anything that creates powerlessness.

Wrath is destruction and destruction is power.
Wrath is extreme power and extreme power is destruction.”

“Animalistic nature is not limited to violence- it applies to sexuality. A society comprised of people that follow a completely animalistic sexual nature is destructive. The consequences of following this nature are far-reaching. A hedonistic nature and an animalistic sexual nature are intertwined, although are not the same thing.

Complete animalistic sexual behavior in men is characterized by the pursuance of having sex with many women with disregard for choosing a single mate to create a family with.”

“… And dissent, usually in the form of the bubbling over of wrath, is exactly what occurs in an artificial society that constricts the masculine nature excessively and unnaturally, on top of other artificial aspects that sever the man’s connection with society and existence and his ability to obtain power. An artificial society is a society comprised of castrated worker drones, devoid of any individuality, devoid of any power. And from an early age expressions and outlets of masculinity are trivialized and restricted. Boys are forced to sit still and be quiet for seven hours a day in school in order to be conditioned into worker drones.”

“The economic system I have created that strives for complete building is called Conscious Capitalism. It is beyond capitalism or any other ordinary economic system recognized by mainstream society. It is the most superior economic philsophy because it supersedes rigid structure and is based in personal choice, cooperation, and nuance. This economic system is individualism and collectivism intertwined in their strongest forms.”

“As said before in the sections on economics and environment, a complete restructuring of our society is needed. A lot of our physical civilization must be heavily dismantled and recreated. Not an easy feat, but necessary. Individual minds and the collective conscious must first be aligned with the path of building in order for anything to happen. Why must all this infrastructure and industry be done away with? Because the costs greatly outweigh the benefits. The more we industrialize the more we deteriorate. All of this industrialization disrupts the possibility of a peaceful existence and brings constriction, confusion, detachment, the hurried acceleration of day-to-day life and society, the feeling that every moment must be spent consuming and doing something like looking at a screen rather than simply existing- “But existing with what to stimulate oneself?” people will ask. Existing with nothing but your mind. Maybe some nature and maybe a nighttime vision of the unknown we call the universe, in which we are a part of. But those in cities, if they ever did look up at the stars, would only see a handful, even though we live among trillions, and may view thousands with our own eyes if not for the light pollution. There is no such thing as freedom in modern society, and there is no such thing as wonder. This is not a sentimentalist “back to the good ol’ days” for the sake of the good ol’ days mentality, this is a necessity for the actualization of our species, in which true happiness can be created for all. It will take immense courage and effort in order to achieve greatness, but the rewards are immeasurable.