Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
gurdonark

on extremes

In the news this week people keep invoking love and faith to justify faithless, loveless behavior, and the notion that one is "mad as hell" has been elevated from a catchy movie slogan to an ideal mode of living.

I prefer a little less rhetoric, a little more compassion.
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