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Letter to my unborn son

By Utkin All Rights Reserved ©

Children

Chapter 1

Life is a two edge sword, son.
You live in dual world which is both artificial and real.
You are told to go to school to gain knowledge that won’t make you happy, rich or beloved person.
What you really need is peace with yourself and the world around you.
For that reason you should acquire the real knowledge of who you are and the world around you.
To get that knowledge you should choose the craft in unison with you and master it.
Any craft is a null game of positive and negative chances so being a master means to gain more that you lose.
Losses are inevitable and constant - you should learn how to stay cool and keep losses low that will allow to gain the winning advantage.
So you should look for mistakes, misdoings and learn to solve or avoid them. Mistakes, losses are your teachers.
The first mistake is to believe in social world around you.
Documents you hold are fake. States, names, laws, borders exist only in paper and in people heads.
The second mistake is to believe that you can achieve perfection in mastery. You can’t.
The life will continue to hit you and you can only learn to survive the consequences of such negative occasions.
So remember you are not perfect and you can’t avoid the negative side of existence.
The power is the knowledge, the truth that brings food, security and peace.
It is the respect, trust and love of people around you.
Think about people- serve them, but remember that it will bring enemies too.
Your real enemies are not people - its greed and fear that make them aggressive and stupid.
Wise commitment to others makes you more human than animal.
Be wise, strive to peace with others and if necessary get rid of your enemies carefully.
You will need a woman who will balance you.
Find yourself the woman who inspires you and makes you happy.
Don’t give birth to children before you can secure a good life for them, before you get enough wisdom and integrity.

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