If We Don’t Conform, We Feel Guilty

If we have done nothing wrong,
there is nothing to feel guilty about,
but we can still feel guilty.


Conventionally, we have to fit into society to make it work, but when conventions are exaggerated or elaborated, we may feel that this is unnatural, and so can’t follow those ideas. Unfortunately, most go along with this appearance of the new normality; the new fashion in society that infects the weak-minded.

If enlightenment is our reality but is unfamiliar, then anyone who endeavours to realise this profound understanding is seen as an outsider. Never feel guilty about your true essence, even though conformists see us as an oddity or an eccentric = unconventional.

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