Agony is a term used to describe the condition of being a person who is so miserable that they can’t be bothered to do anything, including doing anything.
It’s an unpleasant experience to be miserable, especially in a society that has embraced a sense of self-importance.
We all get a bit used to it, but it’s a real thing that people have to deal with.
If you have Agony, it’s not your fault, or even your own.
It’s because you’re a miserable human being.
Agony is caused by your own brainwashing.
We’re conditioned to feel that we’re so special, we’re exceptional, that we deserve to be treated so badly.
When we’re feeling this way, we don’t give a shit what other people think.
We have to feel special.
And that’s why we’re miserable.
We’re born miserable because our brainwashing makes us feel so special that we feel entitled to take anything we want from anyone, even when it’s damaging to our physical health.
That’s why our bodies feel bloated and weak.
We become so dependent on our environment that we become so addicted to the food that we eat that we stop eating altogether, which is the worst kind of addiction.
The truth is that our bodies are built for extreme things, and we can do extraordinary things, but we can’t do them by ourselves.
We need others to help us do these extraordinary things.
And in order to do that, we need the support of others.
Agronomist and agitator Michael Pollan coined the term Agony to describe what he calls the “human condition” that we are.
In the book “Agronomy,” he explains that we can only do something if others help us.
The way we’re built is so dependent upon others that we have to be constantly surrounded by others who can help us perform extraordinary feats of strength, dexterity, endurance, and so forth.
But that’s the part that’s hardest to overcome.
We have to make it so that others are there to help.
That means we have no choice but to rely on them.
That is what Agony means.
We want to help others to perform extraordinary acts of strength.
We want to lift our bodies up, not just our shoulders.
That, to me, is what’s Agony.
We are a social animal.
We’ve become a species where we value being with people, and when we do that we need each other.
If we can be there for each other, we can function together as a species.
If we don, we will destroy ourselves.
We know that there are other species of humans that have evolved for survival, and those species are going to have to evolve for the same thing.
We can’t have Agonists and Agonyers and Agrophiles, who are so miserable because they don’t have any support from their own brains.
We just have to find ways to help each other out.
It turns out that there’s a lot of Agony in our society.
We live in a world where we feel so dependent, we feel the need to rely so much on others that they feel we have some kind of responsibility to them, even if that’s just our feeling of being special.
But if we can find a way to support each other with our own energy, our own efforts, and our own hard work, we have the chance to overcome the Agony condition and make a positive contribution to the world.