The Conceit of Personality

Taking a thing personally, the responsibility of a grouping; either the self-righteousness of superiority, or of oppression: and in arguing, not allowing for the certitude of the other. Having, after such intimacy, to return to the civilities of unacquaintedness–insecure, as distance from a subject is not maintained.

Are you enjoying the cruel game of ignorance? In your self-righteousness you feel a deserved remonstrance with all who would cross you.

Justice serves revenge for perceived wrongs, but perception isn’t always just.


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