too sweet for to be true

Paradise as nightmare

Once humans lived in the garden of Eden, but expelled for ambitious they lost their paradise.

The big dream is to return again, ….


It is impossible to achieve any happiness,  if the other side of it is not known, which is the sadness or grief. – For to get happy first you had to become sad!

Happiness is only apparent, like an idea of perfection to which humanity aspires for to realize their destiny of life. But in exchange, for to pursue happiness we will loose many other goals beneficial to mankind because Happiness is the final destiny with no more choice for to select something different.  It must be eradicated our ability to think and to illustrate, to increase the options for art, history,  science, religious liberties, multicultural abilities, philosophy and in general all intellectual creativity. Everything must be reduced to simple emotional states which are easy and effective to control. But this inability to develop the intellect and the inability to show emotions such as sadness, worry or pleasure, make that actually happiness is an impossible illusion which is only possible loosing the option to choose and forgetting freedom.


Its nice to dream about paradise, but we only can try to establish happiness if we are surrounded by sadness!


From far away it looks like the paradise, until you arrive it will be different! Before you start to realize a dream you had to find a new dream, because the worst is living a life without a dream ….

two visionary books talking about paradise and happiness

estas-casado-o-que-vas-a-hacerBrave New World, by Aldous Huxley

When the novel Brave New World first appeared in 1932, its shocking analysis of a scientific dictatorship seemed a projection into the remote future. Here, in one of the most important and fascinating books of his career, Aldous Huxley uses his tremendous knowledge of human relations to compare the modern-day world with his prophetic fantasy. He scrutinizes threats to humanity, such as overpopulation, propaganda, and chemical persuasion, and explains why we have found it virtually impossible to avoid them.

12021984, by George Orwell

In George Orwells 1984, the world has been divided into three great super-states — Eastasia, Eurasia, and Oceania. Eurasia followed upon ”the absorption of Europe by Russia,” and Oceania, ”of the British Empire by the United States.” England is known as Airstrip One, and London is its capital. The English language is being transformed into something called Newspeak, a devastating bureaucratic jargon whose aim is to reduce the vocabulary to the minimum number of words so that ultimately there will be no tools for thinking outside the concepts provided by the state.

Oceania is controlled by the Inner Party. The Party itself comprises 25 per cent of the population, and only the select members of the Inner Party do not live in total slavery. The bulk of the population is composed of the ”proles,” a depraved mass encouraged in a gross, inexpensive debauchery. For Party members, sexual love, like all love, is a crime, and female chastity has been institutionalized in the Anti-Sex League.

Party members cannot escape official opinion or official observation, for every room is equipped with a telescreen that cannot be shut off; it not only broadcasts at all hours, but it also registers precisely with the Thought Police every image and voice; it also controls all the activities that keep the private life public, such as morning callisthenics beside one’s bed. It is the perpetually open eye and mouth.

The dictator, who may or may not be alive but whose poster picture looks down from almost every open space, is known as B. B., or Big Brother, and the political form is called Ingsoc, the Newspeak equivalent of English socialism.

Final Fantasy – the antics of an aging Casanova.

… to have a dream, is not the same like to live a dream!

10 Responses to “too sweet for to be true”

  1. […] they want to be more involved. Of course my own homeschool education wasn’t for the best reason post info – 12/27/2008 27Dec08 too sweet for to be true By walter Categories: […]

  2. Silver Tongue Says:

    Yes, the Earth is Paradise and it is the Human Race that have made it a nightmare.

  3. Mr. Danger Says:

    I mean what sounds good in theory sounds like hell in practice,
    I mean you can’t die …ever .No matter what you do you know that you’re gonna survive it .In how many pieces you survive it is a whole another story.
    For those of us who are or were thrill seekers knowing that you can’t die just takes a lot of the fun out of life.
    Personally I would be constantly pushing the envelope to see if the theory that I couldn’t die was actually true.

  4. Rangedog Says:

    No. – The Bible promises a earth full of peace where mankind will live in perfection with no fear of death, illness, war and pain. Hundreds of verses that tell us how there will be no starvation and lack of homes.

  5. Lucky man Says:

    That depends on your faith, though I suppose in the end even faith will not matter.

  6. Benji Says:

    I already live in paradise, I am healthy and enjoy life….

  7. Jerel E Says:

    The real paradise which is the Kingdom of God is far beyond what the human brain can project, even in a dream. Any television show or movie depicting God’s Kingdom is a worse than mediocre representation. The Kingdom of God will be a place deemed inconceivable by non-believers. All who dwell in this Kingdom will experience total peace. “And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things have passed away.”

  8. DAVID C Says:

    The real choice here is do you want to spend the remainder of your life preparing for a ‘paradise’ which may or may not happen.

    Or do you want to accept the fact that you are actually in a paradise. For if you believe in God, then you must acknowledge that this is his creation, and how can anything your God created be less than perfect?

    So if you don’t find life here a paradise, then you have to ask yourself why. For if you find your little corner of this world is slightly vandalized by man, then would it not be better to try and restore Gods paradise here on earth, than to waste your time waiting for a new one to manifest after you die.

    Indeed there are many religions which hold the belief that your judgment day will be like a landlord, and you will be offered a place in the next life, that reflects how well you cared for your place within this life.

    I am an Atheist, so I don’t waste my life in preparation for the next, but I do think that I have no ownership of this world, I merely rent it from my grandchildren. I therefore want to keep as much of its beauty intact, and this has no nasty effects on my neighbors who may hold a different viewpoint about religion. For I am respecting both my own views, and the creation of their gods.

    Day dreaming about a better life is – under Christian thinking – in itself a sin. God helps him who helps himself (and I use this not to support shoplifters here) but getting off your butt and building that paradise, rather than just imagining it, will put you in better stead with your deity I suspect?

  9. Necessary Chaos Says:

    One man’s paradise may be another man’s hell.

  10. MISAN THROPE Says:

    I wouldn`t know,however Earth is definitely Hell !

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: