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|One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star. -Nietzsche|
March 14, 2010
Accepting all things as they are obviates the drama and denial of forgiveness. There is no need to create the lie that stupid and harmful behavior somehow arose against all odds instead of being central to a person's character, especially when their history is long and well known.
"How strange that you would do something undesirable and detrimental just as you have done many times previously in such harmony with the rest of your predilections and tendencies! Let us pretend that you would instead behave in a way other than you are, as if you were a disciplined saint, or even had modest reverence for life and honor."
We again see most clearly when moral fictions are removed. It is no one's fault that someone exists far from ideals -- that is just what they are and the best they can do. To assume someone normally reaches ideals and only falls short when cornered by an open and shut evidentiary hearing means to deceive oneself and compel another to perpetuate fraud by hiding their true nature. What great effort to produce the perception of a ludicrous fiction!
We can beat the liberals in tolerance by accepting how many failures and miserable wretches also share the planet with us, none requiring delusive proclamations that they are solemn and benevolent. We can even love that someone reveals themselves to us as wicked or treacherous because then we know them better. There is no need to smother any truth; may they all find a home.
No voodoo can change a person and no hopeful make believe presumptions change reality. Everything and everyone is what they are, not what you want them to be.
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