Slow Building Anger
Once there was a postal carrier.
A very disillusioned postal carrier.
When he started.
Way back in the day.
He saw himself as a hero.
Bravely bringing important information.
On his daily walk.
During the rain, or sleet, or snow.
And he had hoped.
That people would see him.
As their own hero.
Even giving him cookies on Christmas.
And since he had a nice government job.
With a pension and health benefits.
The ladies would go crazy for him.
That he’d have a happy life.
A happy wife and family.
But he didn’t.
Nothing had turned out like he’d hoped.
Everybody treated him with disdain.
A daily example of government corruption.
And government inefficiencies.
But he got his revenge.
His sweet, sweet revenge.
By putting poison on all his letters.
Once there was a student.
A very strange student.
With very strange study habits.
He didn’t have any specific objectives.
Science or philosophy or mathematics.
Engineering or botany or psychology.
Only an open ended major.
To be determined later.
Much, much later.
Information Input Pleasure
He only knew he liked to study.
In a very specific way.
He would choose random books.
From the university library.
From random topics.
And read them backwards.
One word at a time.
He thought this might reconfigure his brain.
In an interesting yet unexpected way.
That would someday reach a tipping point.
A next level opening.
To soak up more information.
More advanced information.
About human species and advanced evolution.
Advanced language and mathematics.
To jump start our evolution.
Far beyond what already is.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.