I accidentally clicked on this post while writing a new one. I think it deserves another shot at the top spot!
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Who helps the man who fights national corruption, but engages in his own local corruption himself? Foolish is he to genuinely believe that he is fighting the war of justice, when he himself is the one creating the injustice.
“Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others, past and present, and by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future.”-David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas
As our lives are intertwined I ask, who saves the foolish man? The day he realizes that the war is senseless, is the day he realizes that the war is within himself. Every great philosopher, leader, and theorist said, “To change the world, one must first change himself.”
We are our own savior, village, and victim. Our heaven and hell. Our up and down. The person we seek and long for, is ourself. No one can save the foolish man, he…
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