- James Zhang
- Frisco, TX
- United States
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IMPORTANT FOR EVERYONE: The dangers of high speed learning.
Ok, I just want you guys to know that new ideas can be overwhelming and new conclusions can be MINDBLOWING, but they can also be VERY dangerous. I've been into a realm of venturing where not many have been and the best way to describe it is that when you venture too far, you become disconnected with others. Your newfound awareness becomes your pitfall to those around you and to yourself. If you stay in this realm for too long, you become EXTREMELY lonely. YOU NEED A WAY TO RECONNECT BACK TO REALITY.
So here's the safety net and EVERYONE listen very closely on this.
"Shut your mind up. Listen to others."
I don't care who you are, or where you're from, but I know that everyone needs to just write this down on a piece of paper, put it in their pocket at all times.
If that doesn't work, then please for the love of God, just talk to someone about it. Look into therapy, call 911, do whatever you can to come back.
New ideas can be exciting and revelating, but to others it can be daunting and DANGEROUS especially those who don't understand it. What I learned is that there is no other way except PATIENCE. Patience is the most efficient way to facilitate others, I've concluded.
So that's what I'm trying to do. I think the new realm is awesome, but caution MUST be exercised when needed. One step at a time. Go at your own pace and you'll be surprised how fast you can learn. Big things always start small, but they can easily snowball out of control. I'm giving you guys that control.
I want you guys to go all out and full throttle, but there are some ideas even you can't be ready to venture into. THAT'S when you know you need to "Shut your mind up. Listen to others."
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