posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 02:17 PM
I find it interesting because I look at a question and experience two different processes: am I looking to use, or am I looking to share?
And I come up with different answers depending on how I'm looking at it. If I'm interesting in using people, I give very different answers than if I'm
interesting in sharing with people. I guess it could be compared like a business approach versus a fellowship approach. One is strictly for profit,
the other is for emotional networking. One is all about draining and discarding the people I come across, and the other is about using the people I
come across to make life better for us both. One makes me a monster, the other makes me a hero.
And that leads me to a very deep conclusion: if I become the monster, I will either kill the hero or die to the hero. And if I become the hero, I will
either kill the monster or die to the monster. Otherwise, the hero will become the monster, and the monster will become the hero. What this proves, in
my mind, is that both are equally necessary in the social dynamic, in the same way death and life are necessary in the biological dynamic.
I don't know if this makes sense to any of you, but it's some seriously profound stuff to me. This is the song of light and shadow, poetry written by
battleworn kings in the midnight candlelight. This is what entertains me, the idea that the question is the problem and the solution all at the same
I'm feeling musical today, so my posts are a little more imaginative than usual.
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