Hacking the Human Operating System (“HOS”) is a lot easier than most people think.
The stresses of everyday life have a way of reducing our resistance to interference. That can be mental, physical, emotional, even spiritual.
It’s like we’re designed to be influenced.
We’re trusting, which is nice. But it’s also dangerous. We don’t want to think the worst of others. Who could go through life being constantly suspicious of everyone and everything?
That’s no way to live, but what we gain in peace of mind, we lose in actual security.
Constantly at Risk
Nary a day goes by when we aren’t put at some kind of risk for suggestion or control or trickery. The whole of the USA economy seems built on it.
Our world profits from our compromise, so…
Easy to Hack
And surprisingly so. It doesn’t take much to get us to give up our passwords, or send money to someone who’s conned us, or even buy into an ideology (or a cult) that drains our coffers… and souls.
We are in constant peril, when we’re not aware. And others profit from that.