It's all Plagiarised (& our delusion)

 It is arrogance Or there's an ulterior motive behind saying or showing the world that "this idea belongs to me". 

Most of ideas are not yours. 1000s of years have passed and countless deep thinkers, philosophers, writers have lived life on this planet giving their wisdom which by now is in its most polished form available to you. 

What you lack is realizations to understand them. That's it. 

It's in a way very arrogant or manipulative (if you've an ulterior motive) to say: "I have great wisdom, how amazing am I, I thought about this beautiful idea, maybe no one ever thought about this ever..."

As you can see, it's highly ego centric. Having being someone who gained wisdom is not something you think of as a source of your ego feeding machine, rather its an opportunity to be more generous enough to say "I am not different from 1000s of beings, my knowledge and success has countless variables of serendipity attached to it rather than my hard work or intelligence or critical thinking alone".

Trust me, if you've truly understand the human nature and gained wisdom you'd surely understand that most things that we as humans are successful or a failure in is to a large degree serendipity, luck, timing, people around us, and our way of thinking ( which also is developed based on your upbringing as a child). Your own contribution to your success/failure is really less.

That doesn't mean one shall stop taking action on decisions. Preparedness is what you'll have as an answer if you've gained wisdom. 

Each day thousands of death, misery, torture, mental breakdown keeps happening around us, Yet we live in this cognizance as if we're immortal. 

That is not representation of how brave we as humans are, but how much delusion we live in. 

Even after knowing what's the chaos around and why it is happening, yet we refuse to be prepared. 

Twitter: @Jimee_himself

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