I’m Having Difficulty Living In This World Because I Can’t Bullshit Anymore

Concerned Global Citizen
3 min readJul 24, 2020


As far as I can tell, one of the by-products of “seeing” when it occurs is that you can’t stand bullshit anymore. You can’t stand seeing it, you can’t stand hearing it, and you sure-as-hell can’t stand having to participate in it in any way…and it seems that it’s just about inescapable.

However, I would imagine the same would go for anybody else who also “saw”. It just seems to go with the territory. It seems that, when one acknowledges “what is”, they are acknowledging “truth”.

Please notice I said “truth”, and not “the truth”. The two are very different. The first describes an ever-changing living thing such as life itself. Life is itself truth. While to say the truth, implies that the “truth” being referred to is a certain, or specific “way”, or “thing”.

When we say “the truth”, the implication is that anything, and everything else is false. So these words bisect, or divide the whole of “what is” by creating the notions of “right” and “wrong”, “true” and “false”. And since the whole is “what is” and the whole of life itself is truth, anything at all that runs counter to the whole of life, runs counter to truth and therefore is automatically false.

In particular this applies to the phenomena of thought concepts. The whole concept, idea, or thought of “true” also creates the concept, idea, or thought of “false” as per the law of opposites. In order for the act of conceptualization to even occur it must divide, and as it does it’s creating “falseness”.

And so now… back to the original subject of this article — bullshit.

Since bullshit, by definition is the exact opposite of truth, then bullshit is exactly the above aforementioned “falseness”. I encounter falseness everyday in my interactions with the “outside” world. The outside world seems too literally run on “bullshit”. Probably because it runs on thought, concepts, and division — falseness. It seems to run on so much “bullshit” that, if any one human just happen to not engage in the practice of “bullshit”, that human would have a difficult time in life indeed. And, all the “bullshit” depends on itself such that if one piece of it crumbles, as we’re seeing now, the whole structure threatens to crumble.

A very sad by-product of a world that run’s on “bullshit” appears to be the guarantee of continuing to run on “bullshit” as we readily comply with the “bullshit” in order to continue to have our needs, wants, and desires met. Indeed we are like junkies that spread disease. We’re insatiably gobbling up this planet and everything on it, and as we do so we spread like cancer over the face of our host, the Earth. And perhaps most sadly, a host who’s life we are soon likely to still if we are unable to “see” in time.

I think I’m still continuing to get a clearer picture of why this world sucks so bad.

Is any of this true?

Please look to see if you can see what is being point to here for yourself. Observe like a scientist, impartially. If you’re partial to something other than what it is you’re observing while you’re observing, then you’re probably not really observing, and if you’re not observing then you have no chance of “seeing”.