Whilst everyone is busy making their mark in this world, somewhat proving they exist, I’m trying to figure out how not to leave any trace of my existence, no footprint or burden on the earth and it’s inhabitants to accuse me of anything when my corpse is fed back to the earth, lest they extract their rights from me.
I have come to the realisation that the most
important thing for me to do as a human
being is to arouse the deep seated
conviction and belief of the insignificance of
my existence. As a man the goal is amplified
by the reality of it having to be aroused as
quickly and early as possible in life.
As such, my children will learn to be better
human beings by acknowledging their
inferiority from a very young age.
There is no chair available for ego at
the dinner table in my house.
The curse of the course is that it can be coarse.
The beauty of coarseness can only be appreciated by those who have travelled the course.
Is it then really a curse?
There is only one type of person who has travelled the course.
He alone can show you the beauty of coarseness.
He will most certainly lift the curse.
-Wesam El dahabi