I don't understand the motivation behind propagating misinformation. I suppose dipshits have agendas and realize how easily people on the internet are manipulated so they smack a name on the end of a quote to give an idea credit.
For me, it is frustrating to see these whack ideas mixed in with figures who occasionally taught the exact opposite of whatever the quote in question is positing.
I guess the point of this is to continue to drive home critical thinking and not taking things on the internet at face value. I've been rolling my eyes about people believing shit since i was about 5. Some are more easily duped than others. Take the internet w a grain a salt and if you're really trying to change a behavior, shift a paradigm, alter your diet or exercise or whatever else, quadruple check your sources. There are fake realities with every click and scroll. "Shove a teaspoon of cinnamon up your ass while wearing a waist trainer when your crystals are charging in the sun to cure your stupiditis" -Gandhi
Laos, day 9. Although I probably shouldn't have favorites, little Yengkong Lee is hard not to love. Here he speaks candidly about attending the Vipassana and not being allowed home because we're making a film about him