Human Pettiness

“Life for average man is a rather vague and monotonous affair – an existence which is not completely devoid of amusement, but one in which he listlessly wanders from one type of activity to the next, only to find that the happiness he is seeking is constantly eluding him. The life of such a man becomes filled with a sense of emptiness and a dull longing to have that emptiness filled, but not knowing what it is he seeks, the man discovers instead a numbing sense of futility creeping into his heart. Then all too soon, he finds his life has slipped through his fingers, spent on the meaningless trivialities of human pettiness.” ~Theun Mares, “Return of the Warriors (Toltec Teachings)”

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