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Life Lesson 1:

Stranger Things Season 4 - One 001 Speech

You see, humans are a unique type of pest, multiplying and poisoning our world, all while enforcing a structure of their own.

A deeply unnatural structure.

Where others saw the order, I saw a straitjacket.

A cruel, oppressive world dictated by made-up rules.

Seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades.

Each life is a faded, lesser copy of the one before.

Wake up, eat, work, sleep, reproduce, and die.

Everyone is just waiting. Waiting for it all to be over.

All while performing in a silly, terrible play, day after day.

I could not do that.

I could not close off my mind and join in the madness.

I could not pretend.

And I realized I didn't have to.


Note: I think this was a perfect reminder that we, in our life journey on earth, spend most of our life just to "wake up, eat, work, sleep, reproduce, and die" and "waiting for all of those to be over, while performing in a silly, terrible play, day after day." We were lazy, unproductive, and not our best. Although, in the end, all of us will die and be buried in the grave, somehow, we must have our specialty and benefit for humankind.


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