×
×

ultimately containing complete greediness

'Ultimately containing complete greediness' is a concept that I'd like to define as being a description of a person whom underneath everything that they are as a consciousness and subconsciousness there is no proportion of non-greed to be found. The opposite of greed, I will maintain, for now, is not generosity. A person can be non-greedy and not generous, they don't have much and they don't give much (1). A person can be non-greedy and generous, they don't have much and they give a lot (2). A person can be greedy and not generous, they have a lot and they don't give much (3). A person can be greedy and generous, they have a lot and they give a lot (4). I suggest that it is better to be in the 4th position than in the 1st position; being greedy is actually a good thing when you are also generous, because in total you will be able to give more than a person who is not greedy and generous. The use of the word 'ultimately' implies, in this case, underneath everything, so who they are in belief, in action, in reputation and so on. The successive use of the word 'complete' implies that overall in and of the things contained within 'ultimately' there is at least some triumphing factor. For clarity, a person who performs an act not representative of greed but partially wishes they hadn't done it is still greedy, a person who performs an act that is representative of greed but wishes they hadn't done it is still greedy. That is to say, anyone who enacts or thinks anything to do with the cultivation of greed is ultimately containing complete greediness. This, perhaps, means that the sense of, or spirit of, greed within them is fully formed and able to grow.

Viewcount: 197
Post viewcount: 21705 Views

abstracting metaphor

Viewcount: 246

a letter to a consciousness

Viewcount: 439

a letter to a nihilist

Viewcount: 291

a letter to a politician

Viewcount: 227

a letter to a square

Viewcount: 245

any years resolution

Viewcount: 378

axioms empty set

Viewcount: 248

Beliefs be leaves on a tree

Viewcount: 537

building sandcastles

Viewcount: 231

case reports

Viewcount: 242

cleaning up after priors

Viewcount: 203

cognitive fallacies

Viewcount: 239

creating morality

Viewcount: 238

dear god

Viewcount: 233

escaping from reality

Viewcount: 221

ever present metaphors

Viewcount: 229

every story as a story

Viewcount: 233

explore the body

Viewcount: 250

freedom as a negative concept

Viewcount: 202

front

Viewcount: 220

future human sex

Viewcount: 311

gnosis

Viewcount: 387

god a non npc

Viewcount: 567

having the drug talk

Viewcount: 269

her

Viewcount: 238

hermeneutics - interpretation

Viewcount: 245

hitchen's razor

Viewcount: 612

how can i learn more about psychoactive drugs

Viewcount: 205

how does good

Viewcount: 317

how i meditate where it gets me

Viewcount: 225

how psychedelic wake

Viewcount: 332

humorism

Viewcount: 205

hypotheticals

Viewcount: 218

if singularity, then end of the world

Viewcount: 222

incompatibility

Viewcount: 199

Internet of babel

Viewcount: 208

In The Beginning

Viewcount: 265

is it wrong to think the wrong thing

Viewcount: 184

line

Viewcount: 259

mental guises

Viewcount: 201

mental hospital

Viewcount: 192

miraculous is magic

Viewcount: 218

muhammad

Viewcount: 247

my first trip

Viewcount: 314

my second trip

Viewcount: 234

occam's gear

Viewcount: 230

on existence of equality

Viewcount: 176

other

Viewcount: 205

Out of context

Viewcount: 191

oversimplification

Viewcount: 236

perhaps rest in peace is wrong

Viewcount: 185

podcast reviews

Viewcount: 343

projection bias

Viewcount: 295

proverbs are i told you so's

Viewcount: 287

psychedelics and suicide

Viewcount: 210

purposeful misreading

Viewcount: 200

p vs np

Viewcount: 407

questions about a trip

Viewcount: 267

quotes of the aether

Viewcount: 202

reactionary mindfulness

Viewcount: 197

responsibilities for parents

Viewcount: 210

skeptic

Viewcount: 347

suicide preventiono

Viewcount: 218

tachyons

Viewcount: 214

taking a step back

Viewcount: 188

tautology as magic

Viewcount: 209

the anything innate difference

Viewcount: 225

the house of want

Viewcount: 218

the limit of outside the box thinking

Viewcount: 203

the meaning of life

Viewcount: 226

-- the synthing

Viewcount: 212

the system is rigged

Viewcount: 203

thought police

Viewcount: 285

to make a parody of yourself

Viewcount: 223

to say

Viewcount: 224

trickledown economics

Viewcount: 199

trip 3

Viewcount: 186

trip 4

Viewcount: 218

tying up loose ends

Viewcount: 336

ultimately containing complete greediness

Viewcount: 197

What is meaning? Every word could mean anything if said on it's own, in particular: sex.

Viewcount: 198

what is the meaning of life

Viewcount: 207

who am i

Viewcount: 234

why psychedelic wake

Viewcount: 209

woo woo

Viewcount: 209

you're not going to notice it

Viewcount: 250