plato told him

plato

One of the consequences of the ever-increasing corporate control of popular culture and media is that indifference to public affairs is now epidemic.

In truth, few are now motivated by anything other than the desire for possessions and pleasure, or how in their vain mediocrity they appear to others; – ignorance can even be a badge worn with pride.

The pursuit of money and the cult of the individual consistently prevail over humility and compassion. Hedonism and vanity triumph over empathy and service; materialism vanquishes integrity – and hypocrisy usurps principle.


hypocrisy

”Ours has become a world where a tragic number of people are more fascinated by materialism and the lives of distant narcissists than by their own life experience.”
― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
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