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I’m Speechless (Video) – The Lie We Live

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The lie we live – I’ve seen a lot about this video, it’s a mystery I don’t understand. I know it sounds ambiguous. This video is a weird thing about the internet. When people around the world look at it, they are impressed, I have seen so many different comments. That’s why I say it’s weird. I look forward to hearing from you about this video and hope you find it interesting. It’s a video like this, watch it and move on.

The lie we live

Wherever you are now, sitting alone looking at a screen. What keeps you from doing what you want?

Every day we follow the same routine, living the same day as if it were yesterday, caught in an endless circular routine. Suddenly, something seems to change.

If in the past our days were eternal, they are now fully programmed.

Is this the meaning and essence of growth? To be free and unlimited?

But what does it really mean to be free?

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Life is not a movie, and the scripts of our lives are not yet written. We are the writers of our own history and the protagonists of our actions.

Watch the video below and share it with your friends.

Director Spencer Cathcart, He has created a small documentary that takes a critical look at the world around us and expresses his thoughts on the corrupt society. Talking about politics, education, hunger, money, capitalism and animal treatment, he analyzes the realistic and pessimistic aspects of our modern world. We are free and happy or we live in a lie;

A world full of disposable objects

In connection with what I said above, it is worth noting that we live in a world where we are surrounded by things that are considered disposable: advertising and new technologies sometimes make us think that almost everything is about it has material things that can make us happier.

Do I really need her to be happy?

What these examples show is how good the quote is at the beginning of the article, so it seems strange that it comes from the Middle Ages. However, I have repeated the idea it represents hundreds of times: do I really need it? This is a question we should ask ourselves in many situations.

As I said, we have so many things that we sometimes forget the things we would not be able to live without good mental and physical health, the opportunity to have personal relationships that make our lives worth living, including having friends who they are always there for us and the blessing that is our family.

We should be happy with what we have

On many occasions, we certainly felt frustrated because we did not achieve the goals we set ourselves or because we did not get what we really wanted. In fact, we feel that we need more and more at the same time as we become less and less satisfied with what we have.

It is true that it is advantageous to reach certain goals that we want to achieve, to comply with what we have or which can be equated with stagnation. However, it is good to remember that happiness comes when we enjoy the process we go through.

Our desires do not bring us happiness, but only beautify it. It is very enriching to learn to feel completely with what we have achieved or what we have been able to offer and to be able to freely receive what comes to us without asking for anything.

VIDEO: This is “The Lie We Live” by Spencer Cathcart

If we have seen from the beginning, things that come to us for free and without material value can enrich us, so we must be happy with what we have and appreciate what is appreciated. Money can give us comfort, but what arouses our emotions is what makes sense to us.

What do you think?

Written by New Alien

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