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Acting piously without being pious is the darkest hypocrisy, underlying our resentment of others, and our own self-loathing.
From a high wall, you look down on others broken. Whence fell they?
Fall on your knees, as you would to revere a king? Or in exhaustion, like a “weary world rejoicing”?
We don’t need guidance. We need liberty—to unfold the goodness of who we are.
Here’s the game. We each sit on a different side of the gameboard. We all start with an equally-sized pile of blame in front of us. Each time we win a move, we get to move a piece of our pile and “place blame” in front of another player. The winner is the one whoContinue reading “Shitty blame boardgame”