Oh so true…

Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

From what I’ve seen, (s)he who consistently disciplines their inner monstrosity is usually an asset, and also possesses the highest capacity for good.

Conversely, those who refuse to acknowledge (and reign in) their inner monstrosity seem to tend toward ineptness, and in the worst cases, unchecked evil.

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        1. Silk Cords Post author

          That it is. Such people usually come from bad backgrounds, so I’d have some sympathy for them, but they’re too wrapped up in the secondary gains of their problems to change.

          Yes, I”m spiritual but sometimes coldly pragmatic given my past. 😛

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