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”
Wish to be more You, and as you discover that you already are You, disappointment with unachieved goals lightens.