It’s Time to Get Away

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You’re facing a black mountain of social life when you’re unable to keep others in your circle of friends as long as you want. Here are other examples. Friend groups are fragmented after a while. There are not enough friends. Or there is too much unwanted drama in life. Problems such as these are all referred to as the black mountain of social life.

It’s time to get away from the black mountain of social life and keep the unwanted drama at bay.

Thumoslang is your escape route.

Created by Nickantony Quach, Thumoslang stands for Thumos language but it more precisely is a nomenclature. If you want to become an expert in any field, you must speak its nomenclature. Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social life. Use it to master relations. Thumoslang is also the architecture of social logic. Use it to heal your relationships. Thumoslang is your vaccine against most of the unwanted drama in your life.

Thumoslang is the “technology” by which human relations are conducted with minimal generation of unwanted drama. For the first time, humans discovered a way to have systematic control of relations in their social life. Documented by the 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, this discovery should be no less important than the widespread control of fire. In fact, it is the next step beyond the tool, the machine, and the automation.

If you did chemistry in high school, you know that the name of each chemical element is part of its nomenclature. You also know that it takes hard work to understand the first set of elements, let alone how they bond with one another. As a complex nomenclature, Thumoslang can be fully understood only after it is formally taught. Like a language, the more you use it, the more you get out of it.

A course in Thumoslang is called the Thumos Love Challenge (TLC). Its mission is to promote widespread but systematic control of relations. From easy to more difficult steps over time, it takes learners on a Thumoslang journey in search of more consequential relationships in life but with far less effort.

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