Albert Ellis, voted the second most influential psychologist of all time by the APA, said of the first edition of “We’re All Insane!”, “I found it a most unusual book that makes some excellent points, almost all of which I go along with. It sort of brings Alfred Korzybski up-to-date and makes some points which are not particularly clear in his own writings.” Insanity is being out of touch with reality. Active insanity is clinging to illusions and delusions. Illusions are misperceptions, misconceptions, and mistakes about reality. Delusions are misperceptions, misconceptions, and mistakes about reality that we cling to despite the evidence.