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Means 'to interact continuously and absorbingly with other people in such a way as to keep everyone's mind off reality, but without actually killing them'. Humanity says, 'I am a jealous god. ' On belief in survival after death: It doesn't matter at all what you do with your life while you are waiting to survive. An example of sane logic — you must take the rough with the smooth. ' The normal personality consists of its right to deny rational communication. If you are analytical you find out about reality, so sane people prefer not to be.
From about the age of twenty-five, or from whatever age an irreversible deterioration is first noticeable in their physical organism, the psychological adjustment of the sane human must undergo a profound change. In fact, some such age is recognised to be that of the onset of 'maturity' or 'responsibility', and society is so arranged that people are subject to the restrictive control of persons who have passed the age of twenty-five until they themselves reach, or nearly reach, this age. It is then confidently assumed that physiological processes will take over the restrictive function.
This is where 'acceptance' comes in. One must admire the ingenuity of the human race in turning religion into a positive aid to dishonesty. I met someone the other day who said he understood what Dr. 2 God is the ultimate dishonesty? This is the situation of all men. But not all men know it. Y e t who knoweth the power of thine anger, and who of us dreads thy wrath? ' The 90th Psalm tries to teach us the truth about our human situation, our transitoriness and our guilt. It does what the great ancient tragedies did .