Is it normal to make up your own immoralism?

After years of developing a moral code I found out morality always points out that I've done something wrong, but do you know what really doesn't work? Being smart, people think I've done the wrong thing, they don't care that I'm smart, which can be equated to doing non-psychopathic sane things. For example I'm not a psychopath but only one thing has been a misfortune all my life: people hate me for my brain, it was never the morals, or the immorals, just the fact that I'm smart, I can't prove it but my lack of morals works: just get me a bottle of wine, pour me a glass and I'll show you I'm having a good life, it turns sour without my aesthetic pleasures which are a luxury reserved for Saturday tomorrow when I'm having the time of my life. All I want is to create reality, which for the first time in 35 years I have actually created a tiny shred of my own reality, in fact being told what to do all the time I'm the king and therefore you have no right to tell me what to do. People don't want to hear it but their morals are getting in the way of my breathing, my natural freedom, I say no thank you, I don't obey controlling powers from human beings, I only obey religion, I gave up Buddhism not long ago. My immoralism even consists of sensualism, and I feel I get in trouble if I don't precisely with ever so much care in accuracy follow my lack of morals. It's all made better with a glass of wine or a can of beer, is that normal?

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  • You’re an egomaniac, completely normal. But tbh, the world doesn’t need anymore of those.

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  • I needed to work though the I’m a sociopath phase of my life. I just have a pragmatic view on life. Also get off any kind of high horse you find yourself on before life drags you off by force.

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    • Get off my high horse? Does that mean to introduce myself to humiliating experiences, not to have pleasure in life, not to live in luxury?

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      • No but being humble is a better way of showing yourself then making others try to see your superiority.

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        • And what makes you think I'm not humble? All I get with religion, morals and moralism is a severe reprimand (because of religion), and people think religion is about morals, no, it's about its own morals and only its own morals, that's the problem. Is the war over yet? I don't think so, I try to avoid moral places, like pubs and Miller Place, I didn't make claim to superiority, but you have to admit immoralism is superior in a way, I'm studying moralism (good without gods) and I'll see where that goes (moralism isn't a religion, but people on the internet treat it as if it is). I get a reward in my mind whenever I help, without permission, an old woman across a street, or whenever I do humanitarian things, like give blood. I think this is the altruism in action, as there are many sects of altruism, I'm not sure which one it is exactly.

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          • Wars aren’t cause (mostly) by religion or morality it’s caused mostly be resources or lack there of. If you want to help because you have a reward in your mind it’s fine.

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            • They're caused by religion, I'll give myself one more chance to be moral and if morality is against my action then I'm putting my foot down: it would then be wrong to be moral.

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  • i spent a couple weeks in buenos aires in 2012 waitin for a job

    i didnt like the local beer and decided to try the local red wine

    i never really liked it before that and thought it were for fancyboys like yall hans but it did grow on me especially with the fuckin incredible steaks they had there

    if yall can git it try norton malbec its delicious

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    • Good advice, I'm even learning to pair wine with food, it's not easy. So next time I have a mushroom pasta with its fat content, I can drink the correct white wine with it, and smile, since pessimism is a method of being happy, without the stuff that sucks.

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  • NSJSMENDKFKDODOSPQLQOSKDMFMXMAIWKW

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  • Is this that you think human morals are too judgemental, constricting, and arbitrary, so you're making a point of doing something different?

    I can't tell whether this is a level of philosophy above what my pea-brain is capable of comprehending, or whether you're actually incoherent.

    I don't know if I can vote on this, because I don't know whether part of the basis for what you're saying, you being smart, is true or not.

    You seem to have large ego, but I'll just say, what you said in the title seems normal. Not obeying controlling powers from human beings is also normal, since what sets them apart from you?

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    • The philosophy I'm involved in is my own invention, based on a hedonistic religious code of behaviour. Morals are too judgemental and constricting, and too abstract, and to answer you for the person who says it seems, that he or she admires those who abstain from intoxicants, I actually like intoxicants, I like wine and beer, I would never give up something I like, and for once, without war, we can act like normal people, see me in public, I have the decency to drink wine and at the same time stay out of the pubs.

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  • People don't dislike others just because they are smart. I think some more honest self-reflection may benefit you. And sure, no one else really has the right to tell you what to do, but what you HAVE TO do and what you SHOULD do are different things. I personally believe we are here in this life to love and serve others.

    "I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love." -Mother Teresa

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    • I think it's possible that morality was the problem, but my immoralism doesn't work, the old morality what I had as a fancy person in the first place is sure to work. It's painful for people to admit, but all the worst of me, all the evil they're paranoid about, isn't there, all I am now is a fancy person who's in on one path followed: fancy, with believing in only the posh philosophies for its own sake, I always thought that was good. That literally means I'm a wine purist, a jazz, swing, waltz and classical music purist, a lexical purist, illegalist, aestheticist, pessimist, misanthrope, misogynist, Hegellian, quantitative hedonist, royalist, regalist, and holy and unholy man and that's it, the way it has been before (with the addition of Hegel and lexical purism), it's simple, I only follow one path, along with my political beliefs. I believe mostly posh things. I know what I should do, that is, if my morality, including honesty, got me in trouble, if my morals, which is an embarrassment of riches, never got me privileges, even my gentlemanliness, then it was what I had to do and not what I should do, I should be an immoralist, because now I'm convinced there's no beauty, no decency in doing the right thing, the right thing isn't dignified and nobody honours it, therefore my colourful invention works, nobody cares but if I went out in public immoral I wouldn't get hurt, or made to feel guilty, and people stop giving me a hard time, I have reason to be immoral.

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  • I literally just had a bowel movement, and it wasn't bad. You know why? It's all because of fiber. I think what you need is more fiber.

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    • Ive seen you promoting fiber alot here, op needs beans

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      • He needs something like Tom needs Jerry!

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        • Certainly, a clean exit dump while the moon is full, cleanses the wanton and primal soul. I would wish Hans, who is the OP, the best of luck with his other hedonistic pursuits. He could tell the bitchy people who ruin his good mood with misapplied moralistic expectations that their thinking is making them pieces of shit. These people need to become earthy moon dogs, with a relaxed acceptance of carnal pleasure and sensuality in all things artistic and indulgent.

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          • Sounds like the good life to me, if I went out in the so-called "real" world it's not such a grand, macabre thing for me to behave immorally, it's actually beautiful: pleasures themselves, dignity (not demanding it), sensual pleasures, smoking a certain drug, drinking wine, excessiveness, all in favour of my point that morality gets imposed upon, I couldn't care less about morality.

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            • Excellent. Get high, indulge in oily fucks, and take a mud bath. The best of kings eat, whore, and drink themselves to an early grave anyway. Hedonistic nihilism might be just your ticket.

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  • It's easy to be bad. Alcohol is just another form of escapism. It takes courage to do the right thing and a great deal of patience and self discipline to live without intoxicants...I admire the people that do amidst their own struggles.

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    • Thank you for your advice, and the right thing doesn't work, I was always put down "bad boy", "you did the wrong thing", I get far more privileges even when politeness is done away with, anything moral is a virus, morality is bullshit, it's just doing as you're told, and when you're moral following the rules people will make more and more rules, and when you're amoral nobody will give a damn (and they don't when immoral either), it's just a matter of sifting the good from the bad and kneading it into the dough of the true honour, and that's a dignity and humility one deserves, that my cleanliness comes into play, that I noticed a pattern in my morality, a lot of it isn't moral at all but aesthetic, that is a good reason to be an immoralist.

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