- Blowback & Diminishing Returns of High Expectations & Perfectionism.
- Humans are not robots, they exert feelings and emotions. No matter how well trained the neutrality or stoicism, every human being has their limitations as to how much they can bear before venting or exploding.
- No great achievement comes without some form of stress, though this stress is of a health nature, thus a "drive" nature. No great aspiration, regardless of personal ideology concerning the goal, can be achieved without the necessary giving of energy.
- Energy is in a constant give and take, collect and transform motion. Life and death as an example of this trade and how earthling general ideas and philosophies of reality are not only mistaken, but horribly deformed from how actual reality operates; further explanations on Creation-fine-energy physics in relation to consciousness and philosophical notions.
- Holding the self to a high standard, regardless of intention, demands a certain degree of energy. The realistic effects of "putting in the work" means the ideas and philosophies re. "to not try" or to not "give any energy into" the work, lazily expecting results to just show up like some jackpot is utter crockpot nonsense.
- Further deconstruction on stupid, lazy, half-baked philosophies and ideologies that denote "no need to try"- or that by being happy or grateful all the time, results suddenly come without any stress or drive.