We’re All Given Different Boxes in Life

Dr. John Reizer

Shortly after entering this crazy world, we’re all given different boxes to deal with that will ultimately shape and create our perception of reality. After a period of time, we will naively climb inside these rigid boxes that are extremely difficult to escape.

It does not matter what part of the world we reside in, we’ll become trapped inside several boxes. There exist religious boxes, science boxes, history boxes, medical boxes, political boxes, philosophical boxes, financial boxes, and others. Each box has a set of rules that must be followed. Different boxes tell us what’s possible and impossible. If we question the rules of a box, we’ll be made to feel uncomfortable by others.

Think outside the box!

Boxes we become trapped in will determine how we’ll go about living our lives, and even the careers and jobs we’ll choose to pursue. The boxes will also help determine our feelings about many things we encounter throughout our lives.

Sometimes people become cognizant that boxes prevent them from critically thinking. Society encourages its members to do their thinking inside boxes. On rare occasions, people become brave enough and strong enough to do some thinking outside the box. There are always plenty of mind-control policemen and women around to help escort the brave ones back inside the box.

It takes tremendous strength and courage for people to venture outside the different boxes society creates for its citizens. If you ever hope to have a better understanding about what’s actually taking place in the world, you’ll need to climb out of the boxes you’ve previously climbed inside.


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3 thoughts on “We’re All Given Different Boxes in Life

  1. lhakes12 September 5, 2022 / 2:34 am

    John, I love the way you presented this “out of the box” article!
    And I think I’ve been an out of the box thinker for as long as I can remember. But struggling to get out can bring a lot of turmoil to your life. It can create confusion and loneliness. Because others might reject you. And it starts with your own parents.
    And although your first ventures out of the box may be small, they might gradually give you the courage to come out further as you expand your horizons and be willing to learn and educate yourself.
    And I find my latest experience of going against the flow rather humerous. (Try to laugh at yourself and others) I had told my physical therapist that I did not want surgery on my shoulders. That seems to be protocol for rotary cuff injuries in the medical system.
    But I didn’t politely say it. I think I bit off her head. ” I am not having surgery.” 😡 Her eyes bulged out. I guess I was afraid I wouldn’t be heard from someone inside the box. And I wanted to be heard!
    Plus, I have heard stories of people needing to get the vaccine before having any procedures done or least a PCR test. So I bit off her head once more. “I am not getting any vaccine.” 😡 I was defensive.
    Although my usual niceness eventually came out, and we actually starting chatting with one another later. But I am not sure if she knows what to make of me. Oh well!

    • Dr. John Reizer September 5, 2022 / 9:59 am

      Thanks, Lisa! 👍😀

      I bet you blew the therapist’s mind when you told her there was no surgery in your future. Medical people are not used to having their advice rejected. Good for you!


      • lhakes12 September 5, 2022 / 10:33 am

        😎 👍

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