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The God of this world is a shit head

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Incels know this, we get judged and treated (especially in western countries) according to our Appearance. Femoids don't chose based on personality but on face, height, status, money, bad boy personality and then maybe personality but its the last least important thing on the list.  Look up Jeremy Meeks or Ted Bundy...

Older Religions knew this, even Christianity had the idea of the creator God of this reality being a shit head in their early texts but the early Church leaders removed this from the text...if they had kept in the God of this world is a shit head it would align perfectly with Buddhism and Vedas.

http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/thomas/gospelthomas56.html

CREATION The world came into being through error. The agent who made it  wanted it to be imperishable and immortal. He failed. He came up with less than his desire. The world was never incorruptible, nor was its maker.
#56 Jesus Says: "Whoever has come to know the world has found a corpse.  And whoever has found (this) corpse, of him the world is not worthy."
#58 Jesus says:"Blessed is the person who has struggled. He has found life."

http://www.tipitaka.net/tipitaka/dhp/verseload.php?verse=033

Verse 242: Sexual misconduct is the taint of a woman; stinginess is the taint of a giver; evil ways are indeed taints in this world as well as in the next.
Verse 75: Indeed, the path that leads to worldly gain is one and the Path that leads to Nibbana is another. Fully comprehending this, the bhikkhu, the disciple of the Buddha, should not take delight in worldly gain and honour, but devote himself to solitude, detachment and the realization of Nibbana.
Verse 27: Therefore, one should not be negligent, nor be addicted to sensual pleasures; for he who is established in mindfulness, through cultivation of Tranquillity and Insight Development Practice, experiences supreme happiness (i.e., realizes Nibbana).
Verse 33: The mind is excitable and unsteady; it is difficult to control and to restrain. The wise one trains his mind to be upright as a fletcher straightens an arrow.
Verse 34: As a fish quivers when taken out of its watery home and thrown on to dry ground, so does the mind quiver when it is taken out of the sensual world to escape from the realm of Mara (i.e., kilesa vatta, round of moral defilements).

[video=youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zLI8N7QDDc[/video]
 

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