When you successfully exit a class you think of as losers but only acquire modest success on the side you think of as winners you end up seething in resentment at both the people you left behind AND the people you failed to join. Both sides think more of themselves than you do. You are mad all the time because unconsciously you think you are the shit in the shit sandwich.
@vgr anyone with a strong sense of vertical relationships will encounter this eventually. It becomes impossible to reach them via a horizontal relationship because “up” isn’t speaking to them anymore and everything else seems like “down”.
The fewer horizontal relationships you have the more pronounced this unhappiness. That is, the fewer friends you have the smaller the safety net when you leap off w/e apex you reach within the System.
@vgr individual love supercedes all “sides”
@johnhenry very Christian of you to think that but no it doesn’t 🙂
@vgr well i said individual love, not universal. you still only get 150 love-units, + some change
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