Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
I find that if I am in place of comfort, I became uneasy and dissatisfied.
Then clearly that isn't your paradise.

But if you could be in an environment that gives you exactly what you want, what do you say?

Every reason I can come up with to say no I then find easy to defeat. For instance, I worry about the disturbing experience of being in a fake world, but then I realize that only poses a problem if I can be conscious that I am in a fake world, and why do I assume I would be? It's always dependent on assuming that there's some kind of added threat not mentioned in the original premise (because that's probably the intuitive way for a modern person to think ), but if I don't introduce my own negative factors, I find I have no reason to refuse.

It is for some reason internally bothersome to acknowledge that. I'm not sure why, though.