Revolutionary Think

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  1. @Leo Gura We're just a grain of sand on a giant beach. From time to time one of these grains of sand is an interesting enough color for people to pick up with their index finger stare at it and call over their friends to stare at it too.
  2. @Leo Gura The main problem I have is getting their attention and getting eyeballs... Eventually though the skies the limit.
  3. Well I could use some help . The good news is that I've studied people for a while now. I want to create an alternative. That means my system wont be shoving something down anyone's throat. So let's say I was growing up in an alternate reality where this older version of me already created this better system and in 6th grade (that's when the shit started for me in the education system) I went to the other system that this alternate older version of me created. In that system there would be amazing creative people who are autodidacts and we'd also be learning in a more free more creative way. We'd also have field trips to places that have to do with self-actualization (maybe a field trip to your place to see what your thought process is before you shoot one of your videos), places that have to do with business, places that have to do with finance, and places that have to do with self-inquiry. So if they're are any kids like me in the public education system yearning to be free and wanting to explore more things with out having to worry about standardized tests and learning some irrelevant bullshit they're never going to use in their lives I'd provide an alternative as a sanctuary for those kids so they don't have to suffer at the hand of sexually repressed fascist dictators lol (well I had a few of those in middle school).
  4. Changing this system is what I'm making my life purpose about (or at least part of it) because I was a good little boy when I was younger. I always followed what my parents told me. Got good grades (eventually) followed what the system told me to do. Earned my pats on the head so to speak. Then at the end of it all I was unemployed, un-cared for and left behind like a week old sack of raw meat. Finding myself in the exact same situation as if I would've never gone to school in the first place.
  5. @Leo Gura I concur but, from time to time you have a situation where school (and sometimes family) not only doesn't help a person reach their potential but, actively diminishes their potential as well as pushes them away from what they want to do in life. You have an ultimate life purpose course but, the education system as a whole wants you to be a cog in someone else's machine. Have you ever read anything by the author that goes by the name John Taylor Gatto?
  6. @Leo Gura Radical open mindedness no? Why is the word must even in your vocabulary?
  7. @Leo Gura Have you ever heard about unschooling, and or homeschooling? Also if somebody stumbles upon your channel who hasn't finished 12th grade why do you think they'll have that much harder of a time self-actualizing? Also doesn't it depend on the school? What if the teachers poison your mind with rhetoric like you'll never amount to anything etc.?
  8. @Leo Gura What about high school or really the K-12 education system in general. I mean seriously 12 years and they don't even touch up on most of that stuff you mentioned in your 2nd paragraph.
  9. @Leo Gura Self driven isn't something you learn from family or school. Hopefully when more people of my generation grow up we will be more self-actualized to teach the generation coming after us this concept. I don't plan on having kids but, I do plan on being an inspiration for the generation after me.
  10. @Girzo College.
  11. Best way to learn in my opinion
  12. @Feel Good well any food or drink is not healthy in large quantities.
  13. @Michael569 Ya that's the one. Bragg brand right?
  14. This is totally random but, whatever. So anyway Today I did a focus group about Apple Cider Vinegar and I thought it was about Apple Cider. So all of a sudden I find out about all these health benefits of this tangy vinegar that you add to anything. Any of you heard of Apple Cider Vinegar? What is it and why is it so good for you?
  15. @peanutspathtotruth what's your personal experience in all of this?