Why do PWS ask so many questions when they already have the answer?

by Rene Robben

Pour la traduction française, cliquez ici (PDF, page 9)

Tell me…

  • Why do we feel less than others?
  • Why are we doing this?
  • Why are we doing this to ourselves?
  • Why are we giving away our power?
  • Why are we constantly making others more important than ourselves?
  • Why is that we give more value to others and so little to ourselves?
  • What is that has us feel less important than others?
  • Why don’t we stand up for ourselves?
  • What is the worst thing that can happen when we do?
  • What do we gain from lowering ourselves in value in relation to others?
  • What makes them so (censored) important?
  • Why are we less significant than others?
  • Is fluent speech really the number one thing that would make us more significant, more important?
  • Is the fluent speech of others the number one thing that has them more valuable than us?
  • Do we become “them” and just as important the second we are fluent, like them?
  • Is it really just our flaw in speech that has us become that less of value in relation to others?
  • Are we really that useless, because we can’t express ourselves all that fluent?

A single cell organism has no brain, yet it is alive. This means that a brain has nothing to do with life as such.

  • Does being fluent in speech really make someone the supreme light of intellect in the universe?
  • Are we silly, stupid, ignorant, less than crap, not fit to be called human, because our speech has a flaw?
  • Are we as PWS, really that useless and a waste of genes and natural resources?
  • Would the world be better off without us?
  • Would those who are fluent be better off without having to deal with us, the non-fluent?
  • Are the fluent humans really that much better and more important than we?
  • Are they?

For (censored) sake, Stephen Hawkings can’t speak at all. He needs a (censored) computer to do it for him!

At least his computer is fluent! But I bet the IBM Speech Processing Software it runs, has a bug or two.

  • Why do we let hierarchical status become so much more important than being human in the first place?
  • Why is our boss no longer a human like us, when he puts on his suit and drives his Audi A8 W12?
  • Why is social status so much more important than being a loving, caring and helpful human?
  • Why is making mistakes so bad?
  • Why do we have to do everything right the first time?
  • What do we really gain from doing everything perfect and being perfect all the time?
  • Why is being perfect so (censored) important?
  • What makes any human being so (censored) important?
  • How can anybody be more important than you, me, us?
  • What is the worst thing that can happen when we start saying “no!”?

If the majority of humans were PWS, would there be trainings to become non-fluent for the fluent people?

  • Why do we take our real friends for granted?
  • Why do we take the love from friends and family for granted?
  • Why do we forget these people, who obviously have chosen to love us?
  • Why are those who do not give us this love, more important than those who already give it to us?
  • Why do we so often seek guidance, to then discard it all together?

Why do we seek the love and attention from those who seemingly do not give it to us?

  • What makes you more important than me?
  • What makes me more important than you?
  • Why do we seek existence in other peoples life?
  • Why do we need others to tell us we are competent and worth “something”?
  • Why do we seek praise for our efforts?
  • When is enough, enough?

Would the overall view on blocking and stuttering change if Robby Williams was a PWS, and blocked during interviews, and that he told the world he doesn’t give a (censored) (censored) about it?

  • Would stuttering become a fashion trade if Paris Hilton or Britney Spears started doing it?
  • Would it become something cute?
  • Why is it that we make up any meaning and belief for things we do not understand?
  • Why do we defend that what we believe?
  • What do we gain from protecting beliefs that have clearly not been of benefit to us?
  • Why do we hold on to the past?
  • Why do we try to change the past with “should have” and “could have”
  • Why do we daydream, instead of living our dreams?
  • Why do we externalize the solution to our problems?
  • Why is it so hard to take responsibility for our own choices and actions?
  • Why is it so hard to make choices for ourselves?

And why do so many people complain about things that cannot be changed? Like the weather!?

A bien tot!

Rene