The Zen of Supreme Indifference Indifference is the strongest force in the universe.
-- Joan Vinge
Indifference is the strongest force in the universe.
  -- Joan Vinge

Welcome to the Zen of Supreme Indifference, the key to happiness in the 21st century.

If you came here to find an alternative to the anger, the frustration, the hopelessness, and the utter futility of life in our modern times, then you have come to the right place. You too can achieve total contentment and bliss through supreme indifference. The moment you stop caring about the agitating influences in your life, they will suddenly cease to vex you, and you can get on with your life and other things that you do care about. Find out how you, too, can become supremely indifferent.

If you were referred to this page by someone with a blissful, slightly bemused look on his or her face, then please rest assured that by being the object of supreme indifference, you are making somebody else's world a much more pleasant place to live in. I applaud you for selflessly contributing to the mental well-being and contentment of others. The only thing you could do to make this world an even better place is to remove yourself from the vicinity of the person who referred you here. After all, the only thing more blissful than supreme indifference is long-distance supreme indifference. Find out how you can make the world a better place by making it easier for people to be supremely indifferent towards you.

It is a glorious thing to be indifferent [...].
 -- Robert Lynd