3 Answers

  1. A person needs things. To live comfortably, to manage your life, to do your own thing, and so on. Things wear out and require maintenance. Things often require protection from other people's encroachments. All this requires time, energy, and attention. Of course, it is not good if a person prefers things to other people. If, for the sake of taking care of things, he neglects to take care of others. Man for man should always be in the first place, always before all things. But this does not mean that you can completely forget about the debt to your belongings.

  2. A clever trick, cultist. I mean, I'd better give my stuff to you and your gang of crooks/the church/throw it in the trash?

    So, to the point. If a person devotes a lot of time to things, this does not mean that he is their slave/slave. Then you are a slave of your master – the father of a sect or church (according to your own logic). You pay attention to your own religiosity/spiritualism. And emotional dependence-yes, not very good. But this is due to the fact that things were not enough. And the person has achieved this. So I bought myself a bike that I've been wanting for a long time (and I really need it). You come up with your sermon and say: throw out the bike/give it back. What, should I listen to you? You don't know what I went through for the bike, do you? Maybe I only have really necessary things? Of course, you can live in a dugout, eat buckwheat and drink from a spring, but in this case I refuse austerity. And who accepts austerities? Rich pinocchio girls, motivated guru dolbomenedzhery and flock, blindly following the shepherd.

    Conclusion: I don't need austerity. Whoever will deprive me of my benefits is a criminal.

  3. from ignorance of what a person really needs, from illusions of happiness that bring those very things and these delusions occur. Everything is not what it seems(c) – such is the nature of our reality.�

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