My thoughts

My thoughts



Don't let power and money identify you.
Your identity comes from your heart.

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Losing someone who loves you is worse than losing someone you love.

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Courage is not not being afraid, courage is daring to be afraid but still solve the situation.

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Pandemics will grow as long as man is selfish and greedy.

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There is only one way to get rid of all kinds of crime.

Make sure that all people are well, have a job with a livable income, get good health care and a good pension.

People who feel good don't become criminals.

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A lie is always true to the receiver.
A lie is always true to those who believe it.
God is a lie that many people believe.
Therefore the lie becomes true.

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A sudden event from life always happens spontaneously, therefore the story becomes illogical, improbable and incoherent.
A planned event from life is never spontaneous, therefore the story becomes logical, probable and coherent.
Authorities want logical, probable and coherent stories, therefore the legal system does not work.

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Nothing can destroy the power of my soul.

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It is not a self-evident right to have friends or to be loved, just because you were born.

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After all these years on planet earth, I still think humans are strange creatures, I don't understand how they think.

The only thing I've been thinking about lately is that this mission is totally pointless and I want to get home now.

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The most fearful becomes a dictator.
The invisible become visible by following the dictator.

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Development is not making products that destroy the planet, to make more money than can be disposed of.
Development is when the entire population of the earth lives in freedom and has good health and realistic prosperity.
Therefore, the earth is a developing planet.

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Man can judge but not activate the judgment.

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The most interesting things happen at thresholds.

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Power is always dangerous because power attracts the worst to corrupt the best.

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Whoever gets power usually wants more.
But power is only for those who can stoop to carry it.
Some need the title of leader in order for people to follow them.
But the real leader is followed without a title.
Leaders are not something you become by education, force or inheritance.
Leader born to.

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You cannot judge others until you have examined yourself and found yourself completely blameless.

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Where brawn kills 1, wisdom kills 100.

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If you only see with your eyes, you lose 75% of the picture.

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The important thing is not how you feel, but how you deal with it.

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You are not always right just because you are rich.

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Capitalism means that man exploits the system,
Socialism means that the system exploits people.

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Born free, pay taxes till death.

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Fate is the result of one's own follies.

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Many are searching for the meaning of life.

Stop searching and just exist because there is no other meaning to life than that we exist.

Just try to pass the time between birth and death with something fun.

Don't take everything so seriously.

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Hoping for a life after death is unfortunately just a wish to live.

But unfortunately, when you are dead, you no longer exist, neither on earth nor anywhere else.

So what you do while alive will be neither good nor bad when you die.

So basically you can do whatever you want while you live.

The only thing you should worry about is not getting to live the life you were given,

because you choose to do something others don't like so they lock you up.

So if you just stay on your side and avoid trouble with others, everything will be fine.

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Particular things are often seen as threats.

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There is nothing that is impossible,

what you see as the impossible is only a possibility that you have not yet understood.

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Why are adults always portrayed as idiots in children's movies.

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Why antennas looking for intelligent life are always pointed away from Earth.

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They can never be controlled that has no needs.

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When you become seriously ill, it means that you have to repay the debt from the future in advance.

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Only he who rules his own time is rich.

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Love has neither age nor gender. Love is limitless. But it is the fear of others that prevents true love when it is different.
Love and sex are two completely different things that many people confuse.

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You don't need to know every little detail about someone if you already look into the heart.

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Too often people know, even though they don't.

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He who does not respect himself,
can't respect others either.

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Facebook/ Meta as in 'we are a cancer of democracy metastasizing into a global surveillance and

propaganda machine to strengthen authoritarian regimes and destroy civil society' ... to make a profit!”.

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If you are not being born, you are busy dying.

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A relationship is like a plant, it doesn't bloom every day.

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Evolution = Adaptation.

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A selfless act creates ripples on the water

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Regardless of the species, there are only two varieties.
Those who think only of themselves and those who think of others.

The first kind are those who always somehow get into trouble.

These should be locked up, They make up about 80% of life on earth.

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Rumors are toys for the unintelligent.

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Run fast and smile a lot and no one will have time to see how ugly you are.

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Nothing changes if nothing changes.

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I don't have a problem with God, it's his fan club I can't stand.

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You're not an adult until you can be
childish without feeling shame.

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We don't climb mountains for the world to see us, but for us to see the world.



What is normal



The majority of people feel insecure if not everyone is exactly the same. These people call themselves "Normal" and they have found that everyone who is equal to themselves is diagnosed as "Normal". And this just to be able to place everyone else in different compartments for "Abnormal" and in this way they can feel a little more secure with their lives here on our everyone's flying ball.

But what is normal then?



Normal is the norm for a majority. Thus, everyone who is part of a majority is normal.

But it does not work to reason like that, especially not to build up a level difference in different people who are not equal to those who call themselves normal. Because even the normal ones become abnormal in another majority.

A caregiver in a nursing home for the mentally ill walks around the ward and sees himself as normal. But according to the norms' view of what is normal, it is the majority. And in a ward in a nursing home for the mentally ill, it becomes normal to be mentally ill and the carer then automatically becomes abnormal.


This reasoning does not accept those who consider themselves normal, because they stand outside all the majorities they associate with, and only see from the group they themselves belong to. Therefore, everyone outside that group, no matter where they are, is normal and this can only be done by those who consider themselves normal having written books about who can call themselves normal. Everyone else is abnormal.

For me, placing people in different groups is a crazy way to feel safe.


And joining an investigation of people who are afraid of you to let you know if they think you should belong to their group or if they should decide which group you should belong to is derogatory.


All people on this flying ball are equally normal, that's for sure. And one more thing that is completely certain is that no matter how normal you think you are, all people are equally abnormal in places when they are not home.


So all these diagnoses have only one purpose. To make some feel worse and others feel better. And no one has the power to determine how normal other people are.


It is not normal for a person to be allowed to decide if you are abnormal just because they have read books that other so-called normal people have written based on their own perception of what is normal and abnormal a long time ago.


And in order for the so-called normal to feel completely confident that someone they have not yet had time to place in an abnormal compartment, they always say that there is a large number of blacks. Then they can feel safe even though they work too slowly. For me, it is more abnormal to be so afraid of differences that you have to place people in different compartments to feel safe in their abnormality.


I have no diagnosis that says I'm either normal or abnormal and that's good, because sometimes I'm 100% normal and sometimes I'm 100% abnormal and so it's to live, to just be normal all the time, do as you have never lived really properly.


For example, it is hardly normal to fly a hot air balloon because the majority of people have never done so. And that makes all pilots abnormal, because the majority of people are not pilots.

In India it is abnormal to eat a cow but in the rest of the world it is ok to eat a cow, so then everyone in India is abnormal.

And in Sweden many people eat herring, it is normal there but in the rest of the world they refuse to eat it. So then all Swedes must be abnormal then.

And in the United States, it's normal to be afraid of people with a different skin color, does that mean all Americans are abnormal then?



Aspergers syndrome


I like to live and I have no problem being alone, I do not need other people. And I do not understand them.

I often feel like I came from another planet and crash-landed on Earth, this totally incomprehensible planet and I can not repair my spaceship so I can come home again. Here live creatures who seem to do everything to harm each other and who have a crazy desire for special pieces of paper and pieces of metal and for these they can even kill each other to gain access. They speak incomprehensibly, say half sentences, then it is meant to be understood what they do not say.


Asperger's was counted until 2015 as a separate diagnosis and therefore lives on as a concept, but formally the syndrome is now included in what is called the Autism Spectrum Disorder (AST.)


Symptoms of Asperger's syndrome


The diagnosis Asperger's syndrome was used for people with normal or high aptitude who did not show as severe symptoms of communication difficulties as people with Autism. Common to everyone with Asperger's Syndrome is that the left hemisphere is dominant.


Typical symptoms for the diagnosis of Asperger's were, for example:


Difficulties in social interaction, avoidant behavior or inability to make social contacts. The difficulties are rooted in a lack of social empathy, which includes difficulties in understanding how others think, feel and what the unspoken signals in the interaction mean.
Special limited interests. It is common for people with Asperger's to learn everything in a certain area where there are many facts to take in.
Need for strict routines. Can express himself in the form that things must be done in the right order, and in the same way. People with Asperger's often have great difficulty with flexibility and breaking their habits and routines, it creates anxiety, frustration and irritation. The behavior can turn into coercion.


Difficulty understanding humor, irony and parables. People with Asperger's often have a large vocabulary and linguistic security. They can be perceived as old-fashioned in their way of speaking, and have an unusual use of language. The difficulty lies in understanding the underlying messages, irony, metaphors and interpreting body language, where people with Asperger's often interpret things literally.
Motor clumsiness. Stiff body language, poor coordination of movements and clumsy motor skills are common.
Sensitivity to sound, light, touch and tastes. May consist of increased sensitivity to impressions, decreased sensitivity to impressions or inability to sort impressions.


What is Asperger's?


Asperger's or AS is a shorter term for Asperger's syndrome, a neuropsychiatric condition that is now part of what is known as autism spectrum disorder.


Why is it called Asperger's Syndrome?


The syndrome was named after the pediatrician Hans Asperger who described the condition in a scientific article published in German in 1944, during World War II. The article was not widely circulated or read. In the 1970s, the British psychiatrist Lorna Wing introduced the term Asperger's syndrome, referring to the symptoms described in Hans Asperger's article.


How do you know if you have Asperger's?


If Asperger is suspected, there are tests that in combination with a more comprehensive investigation can determine if you have a diagnosis and what help you need.


Many people have Asperger's Syndrome without knowing it, because Asperger's is between Autism and Normal, there is a big gap in between and those with milder Asperger's are closer to Normal and thus others perceive them more as a bit odd normal.


Aspergers is a congenital defect and therefore becomes a Syndrome. It is thus not a disease as it is described in many other countries, so it is good not to be content with a description, but to get information from different sources. The difference between a Syndrome and a disease is that the Syndrome is a genetic congenital abnormality and can not be cured, it can be improved but not with medication and intervention but with learning. While a disease that can also be both genetic and congenital can usually be cured with medication and surgery.


And a syndrome is not as contagious as a disease can be. However, a Syndrome can be inherited genetically and then usually in the third generation.


Having Asperger's Syndrome is usually not a big problem, many people who have it absolutely do not want to get rid of it, and it may be because it is more of a help than a problem to have Asperger's.


Asperger's Syndrome in working life


In addition, many companies only employ people who have Asperger's, especially in IT, for example in computer game programming and the like.

The advantages many companies see with people with Asperger's Syndrome are that they are analytical and logical, they have the ability to see details, focus, think in other paths and take on repetitive routine work, they see details and solutions quickly yet they have good language comprehension.
The disadvantage of them is that they can become stressed if they are disturbed, therefore a separate work environment is preferable, tasks. They have an extremely good memory for things that interest them, such as codes, which is extremely important in the IT industry and they are perfectionists.


Some examples of companies that only employ people with Asperger's Syndrome are:


Left is right, Sweden.

Unicus, Sweden.

VSOP, Sweden.

Novare Peritos, Sweden.
The Specialists, Denmark.


And aome examples of companies who are more than willing to employ people with Asperger's Syndrome:


Microsoft, USA

SAP, Germany.

Freddie Mac, USA

Ford, USA.

Ernst and Young, USA.

Walgreens, USA.

AMC, USA.