I didn’t see a path through my life … it arose when I just walked …
and hopefully, my path will disappear for my offspring because I used a lot of stuff that polluted … Sorry, but my excuses would be useless for them … a better path for future generations can be found in the next video …
Too many people, friends, teachers, etc. showed me how it should be and told me what to see. It was my shortcoming that I didn’t take the time to think for myself and ask questions. In that respect I am just a simple village boy from the Achterhoek.
Born during a baby boom, a school class had 40 children and little personal attention.
No teachers showing me where to look …
Good teachers were at the Boy Scouting, but there was not enough time. Society in the Netherlands demanded obedience from adolescents and directed young people towards a neo-liberal economy. It was a result of Marshall aid. Only a few young people in the big cities called “provos” escaped social discipline.
Then there came a time when I wouldn’t sit for a month …
The realization does not come at once, it comes at intervals, but increasingly clear and with the same conclusion : “Imagine, but don’t believe”.
Mostly it concerned technical problems at work.
Then I started to become a teacher for others … I started to show them WHERE to look.
I discovered that 90% of people DID NOT WANT to look. They formed the masses. The 10% who looked and discovered thoughtful solutions themselves will remember me as one of their teachers… I hope.