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Pascal Gabriel
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47. Bad luck is fucking expensive

By 15. November 2019No Comments

 

1. Because you have to buy happiness

If you are not on the path of your soul, you try to meet others expectations. Capitalism has invented products for every gap in your damaged self-perception that temporarily plug the holes. Then you buy the most expensive laptop, the better coffee maker, and the nicer car to polish at least the visible criteria for happiness.

The price of more expensive is damn high if you realize that the more expensive laptop doesn’t do the better work, the better coffee maker only brews coffee, and the beautiful car also stands disgustingly in traffic jams. Then you realize again and again that outer happiness does not replace inner happiness. That you are the basis for happiness that doesn’t need coffee as a motivator.

2. Because you want to save on misfortune

In your misfortune you probably try to keep your radius small, so that your life does not become even more unhappy. The thought rubs off on everything you need in life. Your life becomes more survival than living.

Then you take the cheapest hotel, the cheapest dish on the menu, the cheapest office furniture. „I don’t need luxury“ is a bad translation of „I’m afraid I won’t have any money“. A polarization that puts conscientiousness above your anxious lifestyle. The price of cheap is damn expensive. With it you get the cheapest health, the cheapest self-esteem, the cheapest fundamentals and ultimately the cheapest life.