Why Ignorance is Bliss

Our world is inside our minds. We are happy and everything is perfect when we think that everything is alright. This is the reason why you must keep thinking that everything is alright, no matter what is going on around the world. 

There are just way too many things to depress us. You realize that this world is crooked when you visit platforms like Doe, where people anonymously discourse their truth. Unfortunately, we are a part of this world. 

We can’t be sure even if we are good people – and I don’t mean it from a religious point of view. Although we are taught to follow the opposite, this article discusses why you should stay in ignorance instead of looking for truth. 

For Peace of Mind

You will start to feel bad about yourself and the world when you start to realize the truth. Some call it awakening and some call it misguidance. The problem is that people around you are not in the same world as you, and then you start to feel alone. They all think they are doing great and following the right path, whereas, in reality, they are villains of someone’s story. 

If you want to maintain your peace of mind, it’s best if you keep yourself in the dark. You can’t un-see once you have seen the reality. No matter how hard you try, you can’t get back in. This can put you in depression and other mental issues. 

You Won’t Hate this World

If you are in ignorance, you won’t hate this world. It’s difficult to survive in a place that you hate. Where you see people doing bad things thinking they are doing a good deed. They are slaves who respect their chains and want others to do the same. If you don’t follow the same path as them, they judge you for it and not just discretely.

About Author

Shashank Jain, founder of good-name, a young and energetic entrepreneur has always been fond of technology. His liking for technology made him go for engineering in computers. During his studies, he learned & worked on different computer languages & OS including HBCD, Linux, etc. He also has a keen interest in ethical hacking.

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