There is a kind of intoxication that is rampant around the whole world right now. A kind of mania that is becoming quite trendy to experience, sipped greedily from it's flask.
Subjectivity. What does it mean to be subjective, and what kind of value does it have in our consciousness? Surely it is good to have an opinion...our Father gave us free will, and desires not that we be mere robots. But there is a line between using one's own unique ability and slant on creation granted us by YHWH, and foolish philosophical drunkeness.
How many times have you been in conversation with somebody, and "deeper" matters such as truth and religion arise? It seems like now a days the perception is that to be a decent, open-minded individual, you must accept everthing as valid; and even if you "prefer" one system of thinking over another, your neighbor's is still to be respected and good in it's own way...or..."it works for them." Hogwash.
The author of the introduction of this section did a fantastic job in describing how this mentality works. Once some conditioning has occured, misinformation is spread, opinions are formulated, and reactions (both in mind and body) are triggered by any activation of the stimuli. And all under the guise of "fairness" and "equality".
I was actually in conversation with a school-mate recently about...something or another. He goes on to describe to me his philosophy in life: he prefers not to dwell in what brings out negativity , and just live-in a nutshell-"the good life." I recall looking t him, and feeling my mouth somewhat agape. Not because what he was saying was "deep", or sensical, or anything of the sort.
There is belief in making one's reality their own. Well, I am sick of it. No manner of wishing, pretending, deluding, or amount of fuzzy feelings will stop the sun from setting. No good fruit comes from trading one's sanity for mania and mental illness.