-Take on layer upon layer of unconscious behavior and beliefs, until you end up as an artificial abomination.
-Don’t do your own thinking. Rely on lazy observationalism and look only at the thin exterior of things without examining their essence.
-Using intelligent imitation and never copy something, or someone else, without considering how the thing ties into your own life situation (your strengths, weaknesses, etc.,).
-Always ask yourself three safeguard questions; is this necessary?”, “why?”, and “is it worth it?” before doing
It strikes me that men are a lot like insects.
You see, many insects protect themselves by mimicking the appearance of ‘badder insects’, the sort that you don’t want to mess with.
For example, flies try to look like bees or wasps.
In evolutionary biology this is called mimicry.
In modern society, one of the worst examples of this that I can think of, is the phenomenon of young men who desperately try to mimic the outwards characteristics of success, without having the determination, will, or skill to actually achieve it.
These men are fakes.
You see it every day. Young aspirational ‘businessmen’ dressed