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Cult: a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or thing.
Innovation: the action or process of innovating.
Heretic: a person holding an opinion at odds with what is generally accepted.
Sardonic Poet is a person at odds with what is generally accepted by those smitten with the process of excessive admiration for the processing of innovation. Sardonic Poet identify what benefits should persist in humanity's lives and lovingly mock those who are ignorant to the fact they are indoctrinated in a cult. The cult of innovation has few heretics, I am just one such heretic. I will use innovative intelligence to reboot your mind and help you rediscover the value of spiritual balance. I am bipolar so I have no balance, I would prefer the world revolve around me (sounds familiar). It’s a lamentable and honest confession, but I didn’t understand the consequences of being ignorant in a cult. I know what I sound like, and if you are drawn to my ideas it might scare you, it might amuse you. I am a completely naked soul, truly original and through your cherished dignity will thee find God’s tune. Without an audience, originality is not very appetizing; but more appetizing than the alternative: Innovation's gift of leaving you unfulfilled. Originality is Sardonic Poet's mental illness.
Ignorance is bliss, therefore awareness is peril. For a reformist like myself, ignorance is peril, awareness is bliss. To a cult leader (let’s say Steve Jobs), your awareness to regret what you used to be (as a customer) is the leader’s ultimate peril. To a disciple of a cult, the customer’s ignorance is the leader’s ultimate bliss. Steve Jobs capitalized on humanity's spiritual wanting through the church of commerce by creating Apple products which you covet (like an iPhone). Your allegiance to the cult of innovation’s march past what should persist in your life is the consequence of never being fulfilled. I know what I sound like, but the consequence I perceive I know keeping this to myself is too great a risk to others I care about; my reputation is merely an idea I sell myself (my worst critic). It’s all I have and it’s uncompromising. I need balance, like you need a book…my book. Come listen to my book for free called ‘Dis-eased’ on YouTube. You may learn to regret what you used to be.