America is essentially a corporate culture in almost every aspect of life. As such, social interaction is limited to closed gangs, usually established early in life in high school and college. Communication with strangers is often for business purposes only (eg, customer service, business transactions, sales, etc.).

So if you don’t have an established gang of friends, or you’re new to the area, you’re basically out of luck socially for who knows how long (unless of course you’re super hot, involved in the entertainment industry, or be an ally). with the rich and successful).

The social nature of such countries is very conservative (despite the media image that America is a wild, free, open, and outgoing culture). People live in structured routines, be they social or professional, and life is more of a business than a passion. Everything is highly compartmentalized at the right time and place.

But passion is what opens people up to truly connect with others, including strangers. Businesses don’t, and instead treat communication as purely for business purposes. American culture is the last, of course.

Furthermore, those socially closed workaholic countries are segregated, driven by fear and paranoia from the media and social consensus. People are conditioned to fear every stranger as a potential psychopath or murderer, despite the reality of how safe their environment really is, and feed on daily news that reinforces that myth. It is a form of social mind control to keep the population weak, subordinate and working and consuming.

And of course, since most people are natural followers, rather than freethinkers or leaders, they will settle for that, because they assume that authority and consensus = truth, rather than the actual truth itself.

In fact, the business elite has a great interest in limiting your social relationships, family life and creativity or passions, because if you have too many friends, good social relationships and / or spend too much time cultivating your passions and creative activities, then you will have less time. for hard work and productivity, which America sees as her life’s purpose. You see, your life is a business asset to America, a commodity, measured in terms of productivity, not passion. Therefore, communication and relationships between strangers are generally limited to business purposes.

America’s goal is for you to remain a productive, efficient, “happy slave.” To do that, you must keep the illusion of freedom in your mind. But he definitely does NOT want to encourage you to pursue things like passion, creativity, or deep human ties and relationships. No way. Such things are counterproductive to their goal of keeping you a “happy slave” whose life is “all business.” That is why the United States teaches a system in which those things are highly compartmentalized, limited or repressed. For America, the economy is number one, NOT your soul!

So what can you do about it? Well, you can show it off and raise awareness, like I’m doing here. And you can say to yourself every day: “I am a human being! Not a business resource!” But the most important thing is that you place yourself between groups, movements or cultures that lead to a life of freedom, passion and rich human connections and relationships. There are alternative, countercultural, and hippie-type movements in the United States, for example, that support a life free of the “system” where you can meet other like-minded people.

Or you can go to foreign cultures where passion and camaraderie are still considered the center of life, rather than cold, clichéd dealings. (I’ll give some examples below) There are many cultures abroad that are much more open, relaxed and inclusive, where people are not segregated by “ice barriers” or paranoia. I have experienced many of them and can attest that they are a world of difference. But the American media doesn’t want you to know about them, of course, so you won’t hear about this on the mainstream channels. For many, this has been a happy and permanent solution to America’s misery, stress, and loneliness.

But you’d better hurry, because America is in a rush to try to turn “passion cultures” into cold, commercial cultures like her! So you better pray that he fails in his attempt to “globalize” the world into a carbon copy of himself.

Here are examples of cultures where passion, creativity, expression and human camaraderie are the focus of life and enjoyed to the fullest, where people are more socially open and less cliquey:

– Latin America, Mexico, Russia, Italy, Spain, France, Greece, Holland, Mexico, Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, etc.

Now, here are examples of cultures where people are less socially open and more climactic, where business is the goal of life and workaholic lifestyles are idolized, where passion, creativity, and social life are repressed. or restricted:

– America, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Finland, Norway, etc.

Of course, other cultures fall somewhere between these two categories.

But keep in mind that people fit differently into each culture and have different experiences that will vary. There is no “one-size-fits-all culture.”

The important thing is that you choose a culture or atmosphere in which your INSIDE matches your OUTDOOR environment. In other words, if you are shy, conservative, socially closed or cliché, as well as a workaholic, you will feel better in cultures that reflect such qualities (eg Japan, Taiwan). But if you’re open, passionate, sociable, laid-back, and easy-going, you’d be a better fit in cultures dominated by those traits (e.g. Latin America, parts of Europe). Otherwise, a mismatch between your inner self and your outer environment is not a good thing. It will weaken you in the long run and will not allow your natural self to come out or get the best of you.


Winston wu

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