Crowdsourced misery

A lot of people make their unique and personal life struggles a global one so that they don’t have to be alone. That also means that they push the perimeters and dimensions of evil to make it seem more encompassing and confounding than it really is, when a lot of what refuses to budge is the person’s shadow that they throw into the bonfire. This then makes people even more frustrated and hopeless, giving up discovering creative ways to transcend this because ‘what’s the point really?’

It’s the world being created by online activists insisting on reducing everything to black and white thinking to make the launching of the broadsides easier and more justified.

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